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Subject: Re: indoor outdoor thermomoter
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Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2003 23:25:38 -0500
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I think they are called differential thermostats.
On Tue, 07 Jan 2003 02:07:36 GMT, "Michael Painter"
>"Bill Sloman" wrote in message
>> "Michael Painter" wrote in message
>> > I rarely use air conditioning, just close the house during the day and a
>> > whole house fan at night.
>> > I'd like to be able to have the fan turn on when the outside temp goes
>> > the inside temp.
>> > Does anybody know of a device that does this?
>> > I've found none and my suggestions have fallen on deaf ears.
>> Our central heating system has an outdoor thermometer, and adjusts the
>> temperature of the water circulating through the radiators to maintain a
>> respectable rate of circulation through the thermostatic valves on each
>> Bit of a kluge, but it works fine.
>> Honeywell probably sells a controller that does what you want - talk to
>> friendly neighbourhood air-conditioning shop.
>Thanks. As soon as I read that I remembered touring a house several years
>ago that recirculated air until the outside temp fell below the inside
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