You can add a formula per channel that for example adds a constant offset or even applies
a more complex approximation. For example you can put a simple formula like
"x+10" into the "BT Y(x)" field to add a constant offset of 10 to you
BT via the menu Config >> Device, tab "Symb ET/BT".
On 16.08.2016, at 18:41, Enrique Vega
Thanks Frans for responding. I originally had the BT probe lower in the front of the
roaster where the bean mass is located. I then moved it up to be more in the center of the
bean mass, but I’m still getting the off readings. However, the readings ARE consistent so
I know when first crack starts. I was just wondering if there was a way to adjust the
temperature readings to correlate to the standards used for roasting beans.
Now that you’ve told me your probe is also off, I don’t feel so bad. I guess most
roasters know that temperature readings may vary depending on the machine used and that is
to be expected.
Thanks again for the feedback!
On Aug 14, 2016, at 6:00 AM,
If it?s the same as the temperature Artisan shows you, it?s simply the correct
temperature measured by the probe in the spot where you inserted it.
If so I would not worry at all. My probe indicates 160?C when FC starts so I know by
then the beans are actually around 200?C. It does not make a difference as long as it is
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