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  1. #53
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    So from what I’ve been reading this measurequick app is the way to go ? Been reaseaching Bluetooth gauges but most apps seem to have bad ratings.
    On another note I’ve been to the daiken factory and yes they build everything on site. Coils, wiring harnesses etc. Impressive factory. They were trying to convince us to carry their product.

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    Yes, MQ is undoubtedly the best app, as long as you are using supported tools/devices. I don't see a working link on their site, but here's a list from Bill @ TTT. I believe you can "import' the data from some other Testo tools (MQ will get it from the Testo app). They will likely add more tools to the list as time passes.

    That said, the best options as of now are the FP JobLink Probes or iManifold (iConnect) due to their range. The Testo range is limited to 15' or so (if that). The FP JL pobes are a lot cheaper than the iManifold and work well. I have both, but use the FP more due to its portability and total wirelessness (iManifold doesn't have wireless pipe clamps).

    You can mix and match the tools within the app.

    Other informative links:

    https://www.measurequick.com/

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC64...Iu8htNq9yh6ArA

    https://www.facebook.com/MeasureQUICK/

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    Quote Originally Posted by vin lashon View Post
    Yes, MQ is undoubtedly the best app, as long as you are using supported tools/devices. I don't see a working link on their site, but here's a list from Bill @ TTT. I believe you can "import' the data from some other Testo tools (MQ will get it from the Testo app). They will likely add more tools to the list as time passes.

    That said, the best options as of now are the FP JobLink Probes or iManifold (iConnect) due to their range. The Testo range is limited to 15' or so (if that). The FP JL pobes are a lot cheaper than the iManifold and work well. I have both, but use the FP more due to its portability and total wirelessness (iManifold doesn't have wireless pipe clamps).

    You can mix and match the tools within the app.

    Other informative links:

    https://www.measurequick.com/

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC64...Iu8htNq9yh6ArA

    https://www.facebook.com/MeasureQUICK/
    Gen 2 testo probes are about to drop. They are saying 350 foot BT range now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    Gen 2 testo probes are about to drop. They are saying 350 foot BT range now.
    About time. I guess anyone who intends to remain competitive will have to go long range. I wasted $120 on their pipe clamps that wouln't stay connected to the app. Would you choose Testo over FP or iConnect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vin lashon View Post
    About time. I guess anyone who intends to remain competitive will have to go long range. I wasted $120 on their pipe clamps that wouln't stay connected to the app. Would you choose Testo over FP or iConnect?
    Will be getting two air probes to work with the igear.
    I never replaced the iAir probes after I left them on a job and they disappeared.
    Haven't decided if I want to take a chance on wireless temp clamps yet. Haven't seen any good comparisons on those.

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    Now that testo has the same range as fieldpiece, which one is the better choice. Im thinking about dropping some money on a set.


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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    Gen 2 testo probes are about to drop. They are saying 350 foot BT range now.
    TruTechTools has the 2nd gen testo probe kits in stock. Separate probes coming shortly.

    https://www.trutechtools.com/search....Longrangetesto


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    Quote Originally Posted by vin lashon View Post
    Yes, MQ is undoubtedly the best app, as long as you are using supported tools/devices. I don't see a working link on their site, but here's a list from Bill @ TTT. I believe you can "import' the data from some other Testo tools (MQ will get it from the Testo app). They will likely add more tools to the list as time passes.

    That said, the best options as of now are the FP JobLink Probes or iManifold (iConnect) due to their range. The Testo range is limited to 15' or so (if that). The FP JL pobes are a lot cheaper than the iManifold and work well. I have both, but use the FP more due to its portability and total wirelessness (iManifold doesn't have wireless pipe clamps).

    You can mix and match the tools within the app.

    Other informative links:

    https://www.measurequick.com/

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC64...Iu8htNq9yh6ArA

    https://www.facebook.com/MeasureQUICK/
    Updated list of products that work with measureQuick
    https://www.trutechtools.com/MeasureQuick

    Plus details on how they all connect
    https://www.trutechtools.com/assets/...%20REV%202.pdf

    And a new mQ user guide
    https://www.measurequick.com/wp-cont...ide-6-4-19.pdf


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    Anyone not get a supply wb/db and return wb/db reading on measurequick app when using the jk3hk6 probes? I tried reinstalling tools, updating the app- I still get nothing on those dials.
    Everything else seems to work...
    Love the app btw. Thinking of getting a third temp clamp for discharge line.

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    I HAVE USED MY AK 900 FOR 9 YEARS AND THERE STILL LIFE SAVING!

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