Wireless CAZ testing is now an option with the TEC WiFi Link. Simply attach the WiFi Link to your DG-700, and you're ready to go wireless. Having wireless capability allows you to leave your DG-700 in the CAZ and monitor pressure changes on the iTEC-700 app as you turn exhaust devises on. During this webinar Paul Morin will demonstrate how to conduct a wireless CAZ test in a home.


Wednesday, February 19, 2014
1 p.m. to 2 p.m. CST

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Tags: CAZ, TEC, Wireless, blower, door, testing, wireless

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