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Send us an email describing your question or issue. Please be specific – list the version of Roastmaster and iOS you are using, as well as the device it is running on. We read and reply to everything, and will get back to you quickly with an answer.

  1. Woody DeCasere
    Woody DeCasereJan 22, 2013

    Hi a question for you, is there a wireless probe that works with roastmaster, and where can i find them.


    • Danny Hall
      Danny HallJan 22, 2013

      Hi Woody

      Sorry the site is in a bit of disarray this week while I restructure. I’m adding a documentation section, and place for tutorial videos – trying to get things streamlined and organized.

      As of version 4 on the app store, you can purchase the Data Logging option and operate with Phidget Temperature Sensors. There’s a parts guide here See the link in the Data Logging section.

      At the moment, only K type thermocouples are supported. I plan on adding support for J type in the next update. Due to lack of USB in iOS, Phidgets is the only hardware capable of communicating with Roastmaster in an Apple-sanctioned way at the moment, but the temperature sensors perform beautifully.

      Let me know if you have any specific questions.


  2. Roger
    RogerJan 15, 2014

    P.S. I realize there is always a learning curve and this is no exception. But as I try to see if “any” of the attributes I entered in prior to roasting–roaster, bean, room temp, weight, etc.–none of these show up when I enter the “Roast Details” screen for the roast that just took place. Why is this? The thermocouple may not have been reading correctly (ala no “save” button) but the other attributes should have been saved and now displayed.



    • Danny Hall
      Danny HallJan 15, 2014

      Hi Roger

      That should not be happening. Whenever you hit the “Save” button the database is saved. Roastmaster also saves the database at many different points during a roast to guard against possible crashes, etc. where the database might not have a chance to save.

      I replied to your email. Can you try making a test roast, recording a few details, saving, closing, then opening it up again to verify that the details are still there?


  3. Jeff
    JeffMar 11, 2017

    Hi Danny,

    I would like to speak with you about using your software with the Artisan roaster – would you please give me a ring? I’ve put my phone # in the website field. Thanks!

    • Danny Hall
      Danny HallMar 14, 2017

      Hi Jeff. Sure, I’ll call you tomorrow (Wed) at 12 noon EST. Sound good?

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