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    KE2 Upgrade #2

    One large medium temp warehouse with 4 controllers, and one smaller auxiliary cooler with two controllers. KE2 Therm controls and EEV’s. Redid compressor controls for two belt driven compressors piped in parallel.

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    KE2 Upgrade #2

    Created ladder diagrams for everything. You cannot see it in the photo of the compressor control panel but nearly every wire is numbered.








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    very neat . Love din rail , so easy to use

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    Holy chit! Nice!
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    What program was used for the wire diagrams?

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    Xcircuit for the diagrams, put it through Latex to easily size and give it a title.


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    Very nice and clean. You should be proud! Those KE2 Evap Efficiency controllers are awesome.
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    Incredible attention to detail, love this

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    Bravo!

    You're becoming quite the controls guy. Nice work.

    Looks like you even reused the existing panels, which is even more impressive.

    Many times if Ive got to do that much of an overhaul, I premake the panel.

    How much downtime did the system have during the rework?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heatingman View Post
    Bravo!

    You're becoming quite the controls guy. Nice work.

    Looks like you even reused the existing panels, which is even more impressive.

    Many times if Ive got to do that much of an overhaul, I premake the panel.

    How much downtime did the system have during the rework?

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    Thanks!

    Never went more than 3 or so hours of being off, it was done in stages. The large warehouse had exterior walls on 3 sides, so with our 50*F avg outdoor temps I had plenty of time work while shut down.

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    Nice job
    Look good. 👍

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    Impressive.
    That is what I refer to as "New Old School". Nice job.
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    Now I have to take al those plastic covers off to make my rats nest. Very nice work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pnasty View Post
    Now I have to take al those plastic covers off to make my rats nest. Very nice work
    Just sling some extra wired in there to through the next guy for a loop


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