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    Potential Parts for DIY Cell Checker

    Did some digging, and found some models using oil/water separators, or water filter housings, but has anyone used something similar to the item below for a DIY cell checker housing? Figured this would work well for a portable model mounted in a smallish case.

    1/2" Air Line Filter/ Regulator with Gauge

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    Re: Potential Parts for DIY Cell Checker

    You can get these in 3/8 and 1/4 also.. 1/2 is so big!

    If it were me, I would just get the regulator and not the water separator.
    I would then screw in an inflator coupling and attach my scuba reg to it.

    That way you are getting clean dry air.

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    Re: Potential Parts for DIY Cell Checker

    hi
    i would use a "oiler" without pressure regulation.1/2 makes sense if you control 3 sensors.
    look here
    http://www.rebreatherworld.com/showthread.php?t=23102

    gruss sepp

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