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Artisan/Roastlogger and Amazon Dalian

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So, a couple of questions:

  • Do you all prefer Artisan vs Roastlogger. If so, is there a particular reason? Are there any pros to use RL instead?
  • What hardware is preferred? Hasi said the below...
  • Has anybody written a guide for setting it all up?

Thanks in advance!


On 28/06/2018 at 15:31, Hasi said:

A year later, yes!


In three steps:

- first, I tried with supplied K-Type with no interpretable results.

- then, I re-routed RT probe to MyPCLab USB module for testing purposes - worked ok. With 6mm sheaths (or is it 1/4in?) I couldn't really tweak Artisan to show constant rise, curves were a bit zig-zag'ish

- just this week, I installed two Dual PT-100 sensors and connected both controllers as well as MyPCLab. Readings are a bit off, still, but over the weekend I should be able to fix it :)


Looking forward to my next roast where I'll have to redo my last working profile (Finca Medina - Antigua, Guatemala)

Will post my experience!



PS: I still use an old version of Artisan (believe it's around V0.8 or so) for my roast computer is vintage by now...


1973 La Pavoni ++ Niche Zero ++ Aeropress ++ V60

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