ThermaQ Blue

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ThermaQ Blue

The ThermaQ Blue is an improved model of the trustworthy and battle-tested BlueTherm Duo.

Like its predecessor, The ThermaQ Blue is a convenient and easy to use solution for home and specialty roasters alike.

It has been improved with a slightly smaller size, and utilizes the Bluetooth Low Energy protocol for continuous, direct communication with Roastmaster. It is powered by 1 AA battery, boasts a 4000 hour battery life, and supports up to 2 K type thermocouples.

In order to use the ThermaQ Blue with Roastmaster, you’ll need:
  1. ThermaQ Blue (Available internationally from ThermoWorks)
  2. 1 or 2 K Style thermocouples
  3. Roastmaster Data Logging Option

Setting Up the ThermaQ Blue »

  1. Armin Lamy
    Armin LamyJan 12, 2018

    Hello,

    We have been using the roastmaster for more than two years now.

    We can’t roast without it any more. Therefore, we would like to have a extra set of hardware (ie: Terma Q). Please let us know where we can palce our order.

    Besides, we bave two roasters. One 12 kg probat and one 30 kg Toper. Can we use rostmaster for both with just one Therma Q?

    Best,

    Armin Lamy

    • Danny Hall
      Danny HallJan 15, 2018

      Hi Armin

      Great to hear!! You can order the ThermaQ here…http://www.thermoworks.com/ThermaQ-Blue?tw=RoastmasterApp.

      Setup is easy, and performed entirely in Roastmaster. Just turn the ThermaQ on, and tap the “+” button in Roastmaster’s probe list. Choose “ThermaQ Blue”, and choose the unit in the list that pops up. Choose port 1 or 2, and you’re done.

      Any other questions, just let me know.

      Danny

  2. Larry Doyle
    Larry DoyleJan 29, 2018

    What is the minimum hardware/ios requirements to run the roastmaster app?

    • Danny Hall
      Danny HallJan 30, 2018

      Hi Larry.

      Roastmaster is compatible with any iOS device running iOS 9.3.5 to 11.

  3. Kurt
    KurtAug 08, 2018

    Hey Danny. Just purchased an Artisan fluid-bed roaster, and watched the video you did with Ken regarding data logging. My question: will the ThermaQ Blue only support one temp probe? (e.g., bean mass temp). Or can I connect two (bean mass and exhaust air temp) and track both curves during the roast. Although I’m fairly new to roasting the profiles I’ve seen and read discussion about seem to track at least two (if not more) variables during the roast. I understand that Roastmaster will do this; my question is on the hardware/probe side. Suggestions?

    • Danny Hall
      Danny HallAug 09, 2018

      Hi Kurt

      Sure – you can use two with one ThermaQ Blue. Each ThermaQ Blue can send two different channels of probe data to Roastmaster at the same time. Actually, you can use multiple TQB units for Nx2 channels of data at the same time if you really wanted to. Incidentally, those are the two temps I track on my drum roaster – granted, it’s a much different style of roasting, but having both is very helpful.

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