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Using compressed air to clean out the concrete hole.
10-07-2011, 07:06 AM,
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RE: Using compressed air to clean out the concrete hole.
(10-07-2011, 06:05 AM)CC Solutions Wrote:  Yup. The sensor doesn't have the mass the concrete does, and besides, it's insulated by the plastic it sits in. Just a drop of freezing liquid on the metal sensor contacts and who knows what that does to the readings? So if all the probes are reading 68* and the one I had to blow dust out of reads 50*, I have to let that one re-acclimate!

If the sensors electronics are insulated then it would be less an issue, no?

Well, I guess the all knowing rapidrh experts are not going to chime in on this one or my question about static electricity. sigh.......

Stephen Perrera dba
Top Floor Installation Co.
http://www.tucsonazflooring.com
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RE: Using compressed air to clean out the concrete hole. - Ernesto - 10-07-2011, 07:06 AM