MotterFocker wrote:I've got a 3 tiered stand that I made just over a year ago that uses gravity to feed everything (keggles for HLT and BK, cooler with braid for MLT).I've got about 30batches on it and am really pleased with how much more efficient it has made me in my process, but I've gotten way more obsessed with the hobby than I was planning for when I built the stand.
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I even think the company that sells parts for the brewtroller sells ones for like 10 bucks. Can you show me what you've found? I just checked oscsys/Sensors , and they have a float switch for $14 and a temperature sensor.
Jul 31, 2015 · Create Utility for installation of BrewTroller Firmware #1. ericyanush opened this issue Jul 31, 2015 · 0 comments Comments. Copy link Quote reply Member
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The Brewtroller uses Dallas laser trimmed + 0.5Â°C temp sensors. No trimming required.This is what I was going to design. Might have to look a bit more carefully at the pre-built option instead of rolling my own.However, it appears the Brewtroller is a bit more limited on function configurability. I'm not crazy about that interface either.
Hand made temp probes using DS18B20 sensors 1-wire bus using XLR connectors back to a Brewtroller for control and display Much cheaper than 'electric-brew' fancy pants things 2x 2x3KW elements placed together in HLT and BK, high temp cable run each element to 13A plugs on panel, easy to disconnect/isolate when empty and remove for cleanup