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 Post subject: Danfoss TS2 accuracy
PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2019 10:11 pm 
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My Danfoss TS2 seems to be under reading by about 2.5deg C
Any body had accuracy problems like this please?


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2019 10:08 am 
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Chazbaby wrote:
My Danfoss TS2 seems to be under reading by about 2.5deg C

1. Where is the TS2 located?
2. What are you comparing it with?


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Located on a stud wall on the landing, not near a heat source or draught.
I am comparing with two trad thermometers (one mercury and one red fluid) at same height ie 1.5mt


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To clarify
When I say under reading it is reading 1degC over the actual temp and I have already adjusted the TP9000 to -1.5degC on the temp compensation function


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If you know how far "out" it is could you not set it by that much higher or lower than what you actually want?

TBH I don't care what my room stat says the temperature is, so long as we all feel comfortable, and it turns on and off I am happy. Some times if it's cold outside we turn it up a bit, then like wise if we are feeling too warm, turn it down a bit, never worry what it is actually reading.

We did have a digital stat, got rid of it in the end, the batteries would go flat when you didn't want them to, gone back to a mechanical one. Yes the stat did show it had low battery, but who looks at a room stat all the time?

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I have:-
Comack KM330
Calibrated RS Digital thermometer
New Brymen meter with Temp
Old Brymen with temp
Fluke 62 Max+ IR
Chinese Digital IR
Digital & mechanical food thermometers

No 2 read the same...



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