Good day I have a group home which has several clients who tare off one
of the multi thermostats which causes the other units to lose its program.
I understand I can place a resister across the leads to hold currant
threw the second unit in the chain saving its program
what value would you recommend?
I have no idea what type of Tst you have but from electronic
point of view? if Tst have separate power source which
power the Tst, The Tst will not loose program, unless?
it is hook up wrong to start with, and that is in question.
If Tst is two wire or other and it depend on power source
from those wires it may loose the program, again if back up
battery is dead or no good,
so my friend I will say back to drawing board.
I like all the shit replies makes me wonder whats to come with
newsgroups seeing a lot of ISP are dropping them
yes thermostats are electronic programmable for client safety we can not
have batteries installed
units are gas 24V controls with a low temp safety unit with two control
one supervisor one client in series with the low temp parallel to them
I was looking for a safety resister currently using 1Kohm but at times
still loose programs
;) see what humor this brings
:) HVAC supplier wants us to spend over $2000 per home and $150 annual
maintenance fee on control system plus fee on HVAC unit
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