[Homeroast] broken behmor question
rich-mail at octoxol.com
Sun Apr 29 08:36:29 CDT 2012
I know it can be picked apart by experimentation, or in the more
technical term, reverse engineering. Being somewhat lazy it is simpler
to just sit quietly reading the code and sipping good coffee though.
What you are describing as the operating cycle is what I remember from
the initial runs that I made when it was brand new fresh out of the box
On 04/29/2012 12:30 AM, Ira wrote:
> At 03:12 PM 4/28/2012, you wrote:
>> It would be nice if the actual code was available so these questions
>> could be answered. Foe example, is 70% power controlled by a setdown
>> in the cavity temp sensor trip point or is power cycled to the heating
>> lamps for a 70% duty cycle?
> 70% means 70% on and 30% off in a 15 second cycle or something not to
> far from that. It's been a long time since I ran the tests. It has
> nothing to do with temperature and as far as I know, the probe in the
> right rear is used both to keep the roaster from stating when hot and to
> turn off the elements if the temperature passes whatever the max allowed
> temperature is.
> You don't need the code, it's trivially easy to prove by experimentation.
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