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    Naming Testo probes

    Hey, anyone know if there is a way to identify the probes and give them a name within the app. It can be a little confusing on the reports. Was hoping to use these for Discharge suction and liquid measurements

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    Not that I have found.

    Testo app(s) leave quite a bit to be desired, in my opinion.
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    Fred and Wilma…

    Every probe is numbered. If I remember correctly once you assign they stay that way…
    Life is too short, Behappy!
    TFMM

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    You beat me to it. I call mine Laurel and Hardy

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimeHVACsys View Post
    Hey, anyone know if there is a way to identify the probes and give them a name within the app. It can be a little confusing on the reports. Was hoping to use these for Discharge suction and liquid measurements
    This is what I told them about on Google Play but no joy. The answer was "Danke fur das Feedback. Nehmen wir mit".

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    When using the app, I assign the lowest number on the back of the probe as the suction side pressure and temp, and the higher probe serial number as the discharge pressure and temp.

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