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Old 03-25-2009, 07:06 PM   #1
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I've got my own brewtroller controller built, now I need to finish the HERMS setup around it. Here are the pics:






The temperature sensors are already hooked up and working like a charm, I have a heating element, and a march pump, I hope to have this thing working by the weekend so I can do a saturday brew session!

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Old 03-25-2009, 08:01 PM   #2
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heheh yes I'm a unix/linux geek, thats what pays for my beer gear addiction

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Very nice. Where did you purchase it? I went to brewtroller.com but I didn't see an option to purchase.

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Ohio, are those real knockers? I liked the garfield one!

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I was going down this path with a Arduino board, til I lost patience (or free time ).
I was going to have a hookup to a usb key that would read a beersmith file and page me when it was time to clean up

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Very nice. Where did you purchase it? I went to brewtroller.com but I didn't see an option to purchase.
Go to BrewTroller and click the Store link on the left. You might want to check out the Forums there to read more about it. It's not "final" yet, so the layout may change a bit more.
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Yes as HomebrewJeff said, its still in early development phase, I'm helping w/ testing, they aren't making any more dev boards, I think they've finalized the new board design and are trying to find a board manuf place to burn off some boards for build. I think in the very near future they'll have more. If you want, though, you can ask in the forums if jcdillin from here (jeremiah there) has more of the dev/test boards to send out. I'm going to build my box to hold it all soon, starting tonite and hope to have it done soon.

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