[Homeroast] broken behmor question
dgrove.wa at gmail.com
Sat Apr 28 15:02:37 CDT 2012
My understanding (and presumably Ira's) is that the profiles are not
regulated by the
temp. sensor. They are simply a % power. The elements cycle on and
off to achieve
the lowered power. So during the 70% portion of a profile the
elements would be on
70% of the time. The effect of the temp cutofff is just to prevent
the chamber temp
from exceeding a certain max temp. So if it's an "on" time interval
for the element
but the max temp is exceeded it won't come on.
Did this make any sense??
I haven't fiddled with the internals, so don't know how it "really"
works, but this has
always been my understanding and is consistent with my experience in using it.
On Sat, Apr 28, 2012 at 10:44 AM, John Nanci <john at chocolatealchemy.com> wrote:
> That is an interesting way to look at it. That the profiles work but the
> elements don't turn off. Sounds like the profiles don't work if the
> elements don't turn off :)
> Sure, I guess it can be said it tries to follow the profiles, but the result
> is P1 (with no temp limit) all the time.
> At 02:26 PM 4/26/2012, you wrote:
>> At 11:35 AM 4/24/2012, you wrote:
>>> Yep, what that does is trick the system into thinking that the roaster is
>>> cool, so it keeps the elements on all the time....at the expense of any and
>>> all automated control or profiles
>> That's not true. it still follows the profiles, it just never turns off
>> the elements due to the temperature in the chamber reaching the max.
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