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How the Rating Plate (Label) of Alex Duetto III (MK IV) Looks Like?

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Hi guys! I am interesting to know how the rating plate of your Alex Duetto looks like, especiallly if Generation III (MK IV in UK). Are they a day and a month (except of the year) of production? Also, is there a logo "MyWay" printed in the plate? Sharing pictures of your plates would be most informative.

 

Another interesting topic for me is if the following. Do you mentioned what are your default settings of the PID controller? Does the temperature is set in Farenheit or in Celsius? And do the P,I,D values are respectivelly P=3.0, I=0.05, D=2.0 or P=1.3, I=0.06, D=1.5?

 

Thank you very much for sharing! :waiting:

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Label on mine, which I think is a mk4? Not sure about the pid settings, I'll try and have a look later.

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I haven't read it for a while but did you check the closerlook review on the BB website that @DaveC wrote?

https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/the-new-izzo-duetto-mk-iv.html

 

The plate on my MK2 is a different font and layout but same basic info in the same drip tray location.


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Mine is from 2015 and the label includes year and all the above data + myway logo..

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I just checked a label from the MK1V I re-reviewed and the information is the same except for the TYPE mine is MC500 and the serial number is higher e.g. later production machine. Trouble is you have no photos of any other part of the machine/information, just the label, so can't really give you any more help.

 

P.S. The label on the MK II I reviewed is quite different, but has the same type number as yours.


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Thank you very much for the replies! I am happy to read recently, that Izzo released new generation of Duetto. Similarly to QM Verona, they put the motor above the pump, made the mushroom and filer from stainless steel, made the pump adjustable from the side panel, made boilers drainable, made coffee boiler 0.58 l and included shot timer in the PID. I am sure that DaveC has been serious contribution to the improvements! Cheers DaveC!!!

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Thank you very much for the replies! I am happy to read recently, that Izzo released new generation of Duetto. Similarly to QM Verona, they put the motor above the pump, made the mushroom and filer from stainless steel, made the pump adjustable from the side panel, made boilers drainable, made coffee boiler 0.58 l and included shot timer in the PID. I am sure that DaveC has been serious contribution to the improvements! Cheers DaveC!!!

 

I asked them to do these sort of improvements nearly 10 years ago...they ignored me at the time. so finally they catch up...well done Izzo.


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