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RE: Small Craft Brewery - Is Brucontrol right for me?

Nice start!! I didn't review it exhaustively but looks good so far!

1 week ago
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RE: Small Craft Brewery - Is Brucontrol right for me?

Great start! Next, you should draft up a wiring schematic. You can see we have an example / editable template on our site, under Build/Schematics.

3 weeks ago
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RE: Small Craft Brewery - Is Brucontrol right for me?

Hi Mike, Yes, you are on the right track! BC can do all the things you are looking for. If you already have a Raspberry Pi, you really just need to ...

3 weeks ago
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RE: Firmware on Rugged Arduino

I think you need to install the device driver for the computer to see this as a COM port. Check out their tech page for instructions, under "Installat...

3 months ago
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3 months ago
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RE: Data Exchange Bug; extended character set(s)

Thanks for pointing this out! I logged it.

6 months ago
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RE: Easy & useful interface option for small tasks

That's really nice! I like that it has the breakout pins available too. Only thing missing is the USB connection - so it needs an dongle. BUT, only ne...

6 months ago
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RE: Node-Red TCP connection to microcontroller for data?

Hi there. We don't publish the protocol between the application and the interface. If you want to exchange data to Node-Red, please access it via the ...

7 months ago
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RE: AC fan speed control

BC doesn't have any type of internal triggering (in the firmware) to change the output based on the input. This could be done in the scripting but it ...

8 months ago
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RE: AC fan speed control

The Zero-Cross is an output signal from the dimmer telling the micro-controller when the sine-wave of the AC input circuit is at zero. I assume this h...

8 months ago
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RE: AC fan speed control

Can you post the module? PWM is easy, but not sure of the zero-crossing you are mentioning.

8 months ago
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RE: Power supply querries on/from the UniShield

Hi, depends on which UniShield. The MEGA does not have any power pass-through from the base board to the riser board. The ESP32 does from base VA to r...

8 months ago
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RE: Adding a 3rd element to the schematic

Heating elements typically draw ~23 A. That leaves a few amps of headroom for pumps (2 A each). It's not such a great policy to count on overloading...

8 months ago
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RE: Adding a 3rd element to the schematic

The software and Arduino can drive as many devices as it has outputs for. So for your schematic above, you can add another breaker/contactor/SSR/Eleme...

8 months ago
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RE: Max RTD temperature probes

You can have as many as I/O in the interface wiring map that show R as the code. Sorry about that in the manual!

8 months ago
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