Buckeye Visualstats

 
B 7632 87° F A7770
99.15°-99.35° F
3 Wire
B 7635 86° F A9570
99.30°-99.50° F
4 Wire
140-44B 86° F A6999
99.50° F 3 Wire
B 7631 97° F A8969
94.00°-99.00° F
3 Wire
B 11424 84°-86°-88° F A6986 86.00° F 2 Wire
140-45B 99.5°-99.7°-100.3° F A8005
99.15°-99.35° F 5 Wire
141-32B 86°-101° F A6987 89.00° F 2 Wire
141-33B 99°-99.25° F A4114 99.68° F 4 Wire
141-109B 80°-84°-87° F B11423 99.20°-99.30°-99.40°-99.50°-99.60°-100.20° F 7 Wire

Did you know?
The degree centigrade (C) was officially renamed Celsius in 1948 to avoid confusion with the angular measure known as the centigrade (one hundredth of a grade). The Celsius scale is named after the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius (1701–1744), who devised it in 1742 but in reverse (freezing point was 100; boiling point 0).
 

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