10-07-2011, 06:35 PM
(10-07-2011, 04:01 PM)rapidrhrep Wrote: Well, I guess the all knowing rapidrh experts are not going to chime in on this one or my question about static electricity. sigh
This does not discribe me Ernesto but I will take a swing at your question, and yes you do come up with some good ones. Static electricity is an issue, as with any electrical product. Usually, once assembled, especially in the plastic, you have a buffer. With that being said, we have not specifically tested the vacuuming of a Rapid RH 4.0 sensor and issues with static electricity. I can tell you that many people do do it.
@JD the biggest reason I would not do what you are stating is that the standard specifically says not to.
Have a good weekend gents!
Well thanks there ole buddy...Jason I mean.
I think the standard says not to because ya might get s--t in yer eye and they don't want to be sued.