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Wish List / Re: Temperature Trigged Alerts
« Last post by Reizao on February 13, 2018, 04:43:19 PM »
Very nice feature! Thank you so much!
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Wish List / Re: Temperature Trigged Alerts
« Last post by Danny Hall on February 12, 2018, 03:02:29 PM »
Hi

You can accomplish this with "Curve Events". In your Bean Mass Curve, just add a new event, and set to "Auto Trigger" at 145 C. Make sure the event is set to trigger "During" the roast. When your probe (or manual temperature entry) hits 145°, the event will fire and alert you according to the style you set in the event (Ding, Alarm, dialog).

If you utilize "Curve Templates" in a roast "Profile", you can define these events once, and they will fire for every roast that uses that profile. Also, if you specify the event for a certain type (like Drying End in this case), that information will be available in reports, so you can see trends about drying duration, end time and percentage time of roasts. Also, you can see it as a live value during a roast in the Roast Analyzer HUD.

There's a screencast on how to do this here... https://rainfroginc.com/documentation/roasting-with-roastmaster-part-4-roast-and-curve-events

Let me know if you have any questions about it.

Danny
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Wish List / Temperature Trigged Alerts
« Last post by Reizao on February 11, 2018, 03:32:38 AM »
I am using RM on my Probatone 5 about 500 roasts.

I wish to have alerts in profile trigged by mass temperature instead of time. Or you can add manually some alerts. For example at 145 Celsius an alert pop up saying end of drying.

Sorry about my poor english.
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Support / Re: minimum hardware/IOS to run Roastmaster
« Last post by ldoyle@triad.rr.com on January 31, 2018, 03:44:02 PM »
Thank you.
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Support / Re: minimum hardware/IOS to run Roastmaster
« Last post by Danny Hall on January 30, 2018, 07:45:30 PM »
Hi Larry.

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

For automated data logging, you'd need the ThermaQ Blue, or another supported hardware device.

The ThermaQ Blue is by far the easiest to use and configure. Any other questions let me know.

Danny
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Support / minimum hardware/IOS to run Roastmaster
« Last post by ldoyle@triad.rr.com on January 30, 2018, 03:54:36 PM »
I'm a PC user and have no experience with Apple products.  What is the minimum requirements in hardware(Ipad)/IOS to run Roastmaster ?
I currently use the ThermaQ data logger and droid app to chart roasts.   

Thanks

Larry
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Wish List / Re: Buckeye Roaster
« Last post by Danny Hall on January 23, 2018, 01:46:08 AM »
I have tried coordinating with them in the past, but could never get a clear set of specs for their Fuji controllers. I will probably broach that in the near future. Now that I've written a custom Bluetooth LE engine for Roastmaster, cases like this would be pretty trivial to write software that could run a small, cheap SBC (Raspberry Pi, etc.) and broadcast USB readings via Bluetooth.

Hopefully in the future.
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Support / Re: Probes are offline???
« Last post by Danny Hall on January 23, 2018, 01:43:41 AM »
That explains it. Sounds good - any questions when you upgrade, just let me know.
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Support / Re: Probes are offline???
« Last post by cinderblock on January 22, 2018, 09:25:55 PM »
Hi, thanks for the response.

I'm using 2.1 at the moment.

I think I'll hold off on the update. I found my old iPhone 4, which still had the old Roastmaster app (before the update), and it works awesome. Thanks. I will return when the iPhone 4 poops out on me.
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Wish List / Buckeye Roaster
« Last post by Jisgren on January 14, 2018, 11:07:21 PM »
I just noticed that Buckeye roasters has added Bluetooth support to there BC Roasters.  Would be awesome if this worked with Roastmaster!

http://nebula.wsimg.com/9573811acbd67ea96a647083676f0dfb?AccessKeyId=97CAD94F0B344D095112&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

Buckeye Roasters
www.buckeyecoffee.com
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