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jairo.9

  • 2 years ago

How can I determine the correct position of temperature sensors in a room?

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  1. vladislavchazov
    • 2 years ago
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    place it at the place where there is variable intensity of sunlight

  2. jairo.9
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    I have to determine how many sensors I need too

  3. vladislavchazov
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    depends on the size of room

  4. vladislavchazov
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    @jairo.9 okk?

  5. jairo.9
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    how many sensors for square meter?

  6. vladislavchazov
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    if the sensitivity of sensor is excellent then only one else two or three, depends on the sensitivity of device or temp sensor

  7. jairo.9
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    O.K. I'll look for the sensor's sensitivity, thank you!

  8. vladislavchazov
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    welcome

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