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Topic: iRoast design (2 msgs / 50 lines)
1) From: Mike Davis
Allon's comment is correct; however if you accept the temperature reading a=
s =
relative rather than absolute you can manage quite well.  On my iR2, the =
actual =
bean temperature is about 40F higher than the LCD reading, so I know that L=
CD =
370F is about 410F.  The roaster works nicely, especially if you stretch =
out the =
roasting times to assure adequate heat conduction to the inner cellular =
structure.  I am planning on adding a Behmor shortly to my arsenal, but t=
he iR2 =
will remain a viable roaster, especially for smaller peaberry beans and bec=
ause =
of its quick cleanup and almost total lack of required maintenance.  Now =
if =
Behmor could build a new unit with a simple time and temperature control pa=
nel =
monitored by a probe (the real kicker), they'd have the world by the tail.
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2) From: Robert Yoder
 EXACTLY!
 
Happy Roasting,
 
robert yoder
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