So... I noticed different behavior (or a bug, not sure which).
What I use to do --
Bring up the Roast Properties window
Enter various bits of information (title, beans, weight, etc.)
Check to make sure all my reading were working and looked valid
Start my Roaster (Behmor)
Do a preheat
etc. etc. etc.
Now, when I take the steps mentioned above... when I click ON.. all the Roast Properties get cleared.
In other words, I had to have clicked ON to prevent the Roast Properties from being cleared.
Is this the 'new behavior' or is something not quite right.
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after a long search and reading, i decide to write this thread. i really cant find an enough documentation for this information.
im trying to connect between "PID thermo controller (TX4S) >> rs485 >> Modbus >> ethernet/wifi"
in this case, i just want to use the PID as data logger (not controller). and connecting the PID to my computer (using wifi), through rs 485 protocol.
as you have describe from your blog, i should start from "config > Device", "Meter >> modbus".
(please correct me, if im using the wrong options, above)
in modbus tab, i got 2 question:
1. you are talking about fill the slave id. there are 2 settings about "slave".
input 1-8 (slave) and pid "box" (slave). what is the purpose of each settings?
2. in "type", there are 5 settings (serial rtu, ascii, binary, tcp and udp)
based on my scheme, which type should i choose?
i've seen a lot of explanation about register or com port, but not about type.
your help and explanation will be a great help.
I am trying to figure out what is the best way to prevent fan from being
turned off while in control mode. i am afraid will not be enough
ventilation of smoke
while chasing temperature with full burner while no fan
Usually my fan minimum volts consumption is 5 volts on the scale 0-100
it is 19 so if i put 19 as minimum scale limit and the fan turned off will
be on -19
will it be enough or there is a better solution?