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Author Topic: Can you identify the temperature sensors on a WRB 5?  (Read 1196 times)
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« on: January 20, 2011, 11:28:14 PM »

Hi,

I hope very soon to commission a WRB-05 heat pump but one thing left on the to-do list is to source and connect external temperature sensors on the heating side of the pump.

These replacement sensors are to be fitted in pockets on a thermal store cylinder which is being fed directly from the pump. However I need to identify the type of sensor that is used so that the replacements match the originals (which I intend to leave in place and simply disconnect from the controller, connecting instead the pocket mounted replacements).

Everything was fine when I found what looks like a reasonable supplier for the sensors, but a brief examination of the relevant page on their web site (http://www.titanproducts.com/categories/1_135_58_18/Standard_Immersion_Sensor.html) revealed a gap in my knowledge that I need to fill very rapidly.

Therefore my question to one and all is which of the sensor types listed on that web page best matches those fitted as standard? Does anyone know?

Thanks,

PeterZ
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