Re: [DML] A couple of exciting new products available at DCS 06 in Pheas
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Re: [DML] A couple of exciting new products available at DCS 06 in Pheasant Run



I just bought the JOE COOL product at DCS.  I installed it when I 
got home yesterday afternoon.  It took about 4 minutes to do (almost 
too easy).  I haven't drove the car yet since installing, but I did 
start it up and put the AC on High, and turned the blower fan on 
high, and watched the volt gauge, just flicker when each kicked on.  
It was a drastic change to what I had been used too.  I'll post my 
opinions later on the actual driving results.  As far as the fan 
failing because of an open circuit, I would think that you would 
notice an increase in temp(from normal)and also in sound (not 
hearing both fans run),but that sort of warning would be nice.

Joe, you seemed very genuine and knowledgable when I met you at 
DCS.  Thanks.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "joekuchan" <josephkuchan@...> wrote:
>
> Hi Ryan,
> 
> No, unfortunately the module does not detect lack of draw. I 
realize that such a failure mode is possible, and it is posible to detect that, but in the interests of lower cost, smaller size, and reduced time to design (I wanted a product ready for DCS '06) I did not include such a feature.





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