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Subject: Re: Furnace oil tank safety alarm
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Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2002 00:55:41 -0400
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> Hmmm... or is it "GasAlert" or "GasAlarm..." ! We have these internal
I like better GasAlarm, but nor for a device with an analog output, then
maybe GasTrack would be nice.
(sorry for abusing this part of your brain)
> >> Gosh this Sales stuff is hard. I'd better stick to engineering. You
> >> don't need communication skills for that.
> >Well then, I will understand what I need from you and buy elswhere ; ~)
> Then my work here is done...!
> (Not sure you'll find any competing minimum cost systems which are also
> certified as safe though...)
If your electronics are intrinsically safe, it should not be too hard to
have a sensor approved. I will see but I tend to thing that the sensor will
be the cost barrier to having this with a popular price...
(this is a question for the fun part of your brain)
Regards, Eric Girard
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