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Topic: Datalogging Thermometer (5 msgs / 122 lines)
1) From: David H.G. Hipwell
Hi All,
 
Does anyone use a datalogging thermometer to track their roast temperatures?
 
I'm trying to decide if I should get one.  If so, I'll probably go with a dual-input model so I can get simultanious readings of air and bean temps.  
 
Thanks.
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2) From: Scace, Gregory E. Mr.
Picotech TC 08

3) From: John Stewart
Here's a link to an Arduino shield that supports 4 thermocouples for data l=
ogging as well as a number of other control functions.  This approach inv=
olves some basic understanding of electronics and programming, but it also =
provides the user a bunch of control over how they log the data.
I use it for data logging, and I have plans to also use it's control capabi=
lities on a home-built roaster.http://www.mlgp-llc.com/arduino/public/arduino-pcb.htmlJohn
 From: David H.G. Hipwell 
To: Coffee List  =
Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2012 8:08 AM
Subject: [Homeroast] Datalogging Thermometer
 =
Hi All,
Does anyone use a datalogging thermometer to track their roast temperatures?
I'm trying to decide if I should get one.  If so, I'll probably go with a=
 dual-input model so I can get simultanious readings of air and bean temps.=
  =
Thanks.                             =
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4) From: Ira
At 08:08 AM 8/16/2012, you wrote:
<Snip>http://roasterthing.com/LoggingIra
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5) From: sallsup
On Thu, Aug 16, 2012 at 11:08 AM, David H.G. Hipwell
 wrote:
<Snip>
I've been wondering if it's possible to use my Stoker BBQ controller
unit for tracking coffee roasts.  Obviously it wouldn't be fiddling
with the airflow like it does when controlling my smoker, just
tracking.  With multiple inputs and wireless (and multiple apps
available to interpret the results), it'd be great for monitoring and
logging a roast if we could work out how to use it in a Gene Cafe LOL.
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