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Thread: Which Temp Sensor Is Most accurate?

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    Which Temp Sensor Is Most accurate?

    My raypak heater is showing 84 degrees while my p4 aqua logic panel is showing 86 as well as the tcell showing 86. Is it safe to assume that the panel temp then is more accurate given both the tcell temp and panel temp are showing the same? There's always a two degree difference between my heater and the panel.

    Thanks

    P.S - I just put in a new temp sensor for the panel as the old one was completely defective.
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    T-Cell-9 Super Chlorinator
    Hayward Tristar 1/2 HP Pump
    Aqua P4 Logic System w/AquaPod
    Cartridge Filter System

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    Re: Which Temp Sensor Is Most accurate?

    There is no saying which is correct, nor can I think of any reason why it would matter. All that matters is how the water feels to you. Pick one and use it as your reference and compare it's numbers to how the water feels to you.
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    Re: Which Temp Sensor Is Most accurate?

    Makes complete logical sense. Not sure why I didn't think of tHat. Hehe. Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by JasonLion
    There is no saying which is correct, nor can I think of any reason why it would matter. All that matters is how the water feels to you. Pick one and use it as your reference and compare it's numbers to how the water feels to you.
    27x14x6 IG Salt Water Pool
    Raypak 206 NG Heater
    T-Cell-9 Super Chlorinator
    Hayward Tristar 1/2 HP Pump
    Aqua P4 Logic System w/AquaPod
    Cartridge Filter System

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