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bobjob
23-01-2016, 11:52 PM
I am looking to purchase a Logger to measure and log the refrigerant pressure of a system which uses R410.

Does anyone have any recommendation for the make and model etc ?

BTW I will be going to the RAC show at the NEC in February to look over the stands to see if there is anything suitable there.

thanks Bob

Rob White
24-01-2016, 12:11 AM
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The simplest would be a digital set of gauges.

I have used a few Testo sets and I have a Rothenberger.
I can't say I'm too familiar with the Rothenberger but the
Testo's are worth their weight in gold.

It will log about a months worth of data. Pressure and temps from
both high and low sides and it will plot at any interval from seconds
upwards.

You need the middle range one, 570 I think (you'll need to check) but
is an excellent tool.

The Rothenberger looks great and does measure I think but I have not
used it, so can't say one way or the other.

Rob

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nike123
24-01-2016, 08:00 PM
http://www.keller-druck.com/home_e/paprod_e/leorec_e.asp


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Rob White
25-01-2016, 12:29 PM
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KISS.

Keep It Simple Stu-stu-stu-stuuuuu. Keep It Simple Silly. :D

Looks good.

Regards

Rob

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bobjob
25-01-2016, 09:33 PM
Thanks Rob and Nike

Checked all the loggers mentioned it does seems that the Testo 570 would be the best for me for the job I had in mind.

I wanted to leave the manifold on the systems over an extended period such as overnight and then plot the pressures and temps on the computer at a later date.

Do you know if the Imanifold has the facility to log the recorded data ?

thanks bob

RANGER1
25-01-2016, 11:14 PM
Thanks Rob and Nike

Checked all the loggers mentioned it does seems that the Testo 570 would be the best for me for the job I had in mind.

I wanted to leave the manifold on the systems over an extended period such as overnight and then plot the pressures and temps on the computer at a later date.

Do you know if the Imanifold has the facility to log the recorded data ?

thanks bob

bobjob,
Here's a link which answers all the questions.

http://imanifold.com/