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    Refrigerant Pressure Logger



    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



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    Re: Refrigerant Pressure Logger

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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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    Re: Refrigerant Pressure Logger

    Last edited by nike123; 24-01-2016 at 08:05 PM.
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    Re: Refrigerant Pressure Logger

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    KISS.

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

    Looks good.

    Regards

    Rob

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    Re: Refrigerant Pressure Logger

    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

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    Re: Refrigerant Pressure Logger

    Quote Originally Posted by bobjob View Post
    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/

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