Aug 26, 2017 | Danny Hall | tags Data Logging, RBP, Supported Peripherals 4
Documentation coming soon.
Hope you are good. John sanders here checking in on the new ways to hook up the probes to the system. Do you offer a package for this and does it read typeJ grounded Tc
Hey John – great to hear from you!
I am currently working on Bluetooth LE hardware that will support K and J types – as well as other means of input. Things are going very well in development – can’t wait to get that released. It will offer out-of-the-box direct, reliable connections. Until then, RBP is only a Do-It-Yourself solution for custom hardware.
So…not yet, but close!
Interested about an open source protocol for this app, to connect my ESP32 based TC/4 compatible device, hope to hear soon is available.
Sorry for the late replay, I was out of the office last week.
I have not yet published the RBP protocol specs, simply because I changed a lot of its implementation between the last Roastmaster release (11) and the upcoming release (12). I’ve spent the last year designing my own Bluetooth hardware for Roastmaster. It will go into production soon, so a lot of tweaking was necessary to make it “embedded-code-friendly”. Finally, though – the RBP protocol is officially finished. It will, as promised, remain open-source for Roastmaster users. But, it will not be usable until the version 12 release this fall.
However, if you want to work with a Beta version of Roastmaster 12, email me at email@example.com, and we can get you set up with a beta. This would include the final version of RBP, and the greatly expanded capabilities of curves. Also, I would supply you with the RBP specifications so you can program the ESP32.
Let me know if you’re interested.
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