Smart Products - April 2011

Smart Products - April 2011

Wireless – The New Trend In Fieldpiece Instruments' HVACR Meters
Fieldpiece Instruments, manufacturer of professional-grade instruments for HVACR field service, introduces the wireless HVAC Guide® System Analyzer, model HG3 and wireless transmitter, model ET2W. This new system turns any Fieldpiece Accessory Head into wireless test meters. Technicians now simply connect any accessory head one time, take measurements, adjust the system, and then easily retake the measurements—without going back and re-doing connections. Up to 12 parameters can be measured wirelessly at one time and sent to the HG3 for live analysis. Visit for more information.
— Fieldpiece Instruments

New Heat Pump Manifold from YELLOW JACKET®
3-1/8-in. high- and low-side gauges with 1% accuracy are designed to handle heat pump pressures and transitions in heating or cooling mode. Both low and high side black steel case gauges handle up to 800 psi. Temperature scales cover the most popular heat pump refrigerants (R-22, R-410A and R-407C). Available with 60-in. hoses (42044), without hoses (42041) and with hoses in a fitted backpack (42040). Visit or call 800-769-8370.
— YELLOW JACKET® Products Division of Ritchie Engineering Company, Inc.

RIDGID® micro CA-100
The micro CA-100, the new standard in view-only inspection cameras, is the newest addition to the RIDGID® Hand-Held Diagnostic and Inspection product line building upon the heritage of its original view-only SeeSnake® micro™ inspection camera. The micro CA-100 inspection camera allows for more detailed visual digital inspections in hard-to-reach areas. The new larger 3.5-in. display atop its comfortable, pistol-grip ergonomic design with one-hand controls makes it easy to detect and diagnose problems. Visit for more information.

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