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    Quote Originally Posted by orion242 View Post
    Man, read the datasheet for that controller already. It supports 10k2, 10k3, 20k and others. ...... Guessing even Amazon has a selection of them.
    Thanks I just thought someone might know which one would work off hand. Once I get one working then I can try others and have a base line of a working one. Part of this is a learning curve of EasyIO. I am a router/Switch expert learning the HVAC part since IOT has moved into your arena. Thanks for understanding. When I figure all this out I will be able to answer the next guy or help you also when you have a network question.

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    Look for 10k2 / 10k3 thermistors. Both extremely common, both seem to be supported.

    Specific use case, dictates what exact type of sensor you want. In most cases you want low mass sensors that reacts fairly quick. Freezers/coolers are different with large mass sensors being better...in general. Then there are cases that have compliance issues that require specific sensors and methods.
    Propagating the formula. http://www.noagendashow.com/

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    Love amazon I will have them today. Thank you for the 10k 2 info.

    10k B3950 Temperature Probe, -25c to 125c Temp Sensor, 3-Meter/9.8ft Sensitive Stainless Steel NTC Thermistor probe.

    I will be monitoring beehives temp before the weekend is over.

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    Just got this email, looks like it is obtainable now;

    It has arrived. Finally.

    After months of anticipation, the long-awaited FT-04 has come to market. With over 300 beta units for partners and customers to test, your feedback sent us back to the drawing board to incorporate those ideas. It's still the same size but the feature set is much bigger with onboard dashboards, API and web server.

    The FT-04 can be used in a variety of applications including data gathering, equipment control, network extension or residential applications.
    All models have 2 universal inputs. FT-04A has 2 analog outputs and FT-04B has 1 analog output and 1 relay output. Model C will debut in January.

    EasyIO-FT-04A-5 Qty 5 List $1,100
    EasyIO-FT-04A-20 Qty 20 List $3,845
    EasyIO-FT-04A-50 Qty 50 List $7,864
    EasyIO-FT-04A-100 Qty 100 List $14,418

    EasyIO-FT-04B-5 Qty 5 List $1,100
    EasyIO-FT-04B-20 Qty 20 List $3,845
    EasyIO-FT-04B-50 Qty 50 List $7,864
    EasyIO-FT-04B-100 Qty 100 List $14,418

    Learn more about the FT-04:
    Landing page
    Press Release
    Data Sheet
    User Guide
    EasyIO Product Matrix
    CPT Training Dates
    12/03/19 CPT Training: M&M Controls, Baltimore (2 days)
    12/09/19 CPT Training: Relevant Solutions, St. George, UT (2 days)
    12/18/19 CPT Training: Manhattan Tech, Manhattan, KS (2 days)

    More information and registration links can be found on the Calendar. Seats are limited in Advanced and CPT training to allow for more individual instruction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxBurn View Post
    Just got this email, looks like it is obtainable now;
    Scott,
    did you get this one day before the sale of EASYIO to JCI was announced?
    "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit" Aristotle

    Remember to "Pay it Forward"; help out the newer generation of techs, remember someone during our career helped us! ("Pay it Forward" was by someone smarter than me!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dracula View Post
    Scott,
    did you get this one day before the sale of EASYIO to JCI was announced?
    I got the email the 14th.

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