Okay so I have my ferm chamber built and the ac unit and heating unit are installed and hooked up to the TSS2.
Here is where I hit a wall.
The unit does not beep at me but the read out displays 3 digits like this.
I'm at work right now and I'll post pictures when I get home but it's driving me nuts. Any ideas on why it would read 3 digits? Help!?!
Nothing yet eh? I'm really hoping someone on here can at least point me in the right direction with this.
I'll be really sad if I can't get this going with the time and cash I have sunk into it and that's not to mention SWMBO's wrath if I don't get my 3 fermention carboys out of our only bathroom soon.
Any help would be awesome.
Yeah that would be right except the temp in the unit is around 50* right now, not 223*.
It was showing 210 when I plugged it in at lunch today.
Yes the led above the first 2 was on if I remembered right. I will post pics tonight of it.
I was actually considering pm'ing you Claudius because I found your other reply to a poster asking about tss2 problems he was having and you were able to help him.
I had my electritian freind help me wire it up because my expertise lies elsewhere. The manual that came with the unit was pretty hard to grasp considering I have no background in this type of stuff.
Thanks for your help.
I'll post detailed pics tonight.
It did show an error message until we told it we were only using 1 probe. Once we had fixed that the error message stopped.
We have the set points at 68 and 70.
Here is what it looks like.
And here are the set points being shown.
Sorry for the fuzzyness. Here are wiring shots and the wiring drawing my brewing buddy/electrician drew up. He is the one who wired it up too.
So The heater turns on when we plug it in but the readout still says 204. It will slowly rise upward as the heaters heats up but it still will read in the two hundreds range.
Ever get that feeling you bit off more than you could chew?
Thanks for the suggestion runbikebrew.
Are you using the probe that came with the controller? I think it is calibrated to use a 1000ohm thermistor and if you use anything else you need to adjust the calibration. Also it looks like you have the 2 probe inputs jumpered - not sure if this effects anything but I would pull that out and set the configure the controller to only 1 probe.