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"AC LED's? I've not ever seen them. I've seen 2 LED's in one case called and "A/C LED…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 20, 2012 to So, you're a 1st time LED ( luminiare) buyer...

5 Jul 21, 2012
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"How does the AUX lockout work? Can Nest be set to shut off heat pump when 2nd stage…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 20, 2012 to The Nest Learning Thermostat - Good or Not So Much?

62 Aug 17, 2012
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"John, why not use an external dual fuel kit? Works with most heat pump thermostats,…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 20, 2012 to The Nest Learning Thermostat - Good or Not So Much?

62 Aug 17, 2012
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"I'm thinking 2 breaker boxes, especially since a commercial meter is installed. I've…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 15, 2012 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
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"Another thought: Since it appears your customer has a commercial power meter (I've n…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 15, 2012 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
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"Sounds like it's a commercial setup of some type, residential has a typical limit of…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 15, 2012 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
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"Agreed, CFL is a transitional technology, LED will eventually replace in low to medi…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 15, 2012 to What is the expected lifetime of an LED?

17 Jul 23, 2012
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"The issues with LED's vs CFL's is there isn't hardly any energy savings between the…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 14, 2012 to What is the expected lifetime of an LED?

17 Jul 23, 2012
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"Those transformers/transducers are typically swapped out as part of the meter assemb…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 14, 2012 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
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"LED's last for YEARS, how long has that clock radio by your bed been displaying digi…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jul 14, 2012 to What is the expected lifetime of an LED?

17 Jul 23, 2012
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