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Old 03-06-2013, 06:44 PM   #51
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Internet tough guy! Watch out!

Seriously guy - I'm not trying to police anything, just saying that it's generally considered bad form to take someone's work and publish / reproduce it without their permission - especially someone as helpful as P-J has been.

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Um, yeah. Who do you think would be writing or at least co-authoring it?
Well, based on your original post, I would have no idea that anyone other than you would write or co-author anything. If you've made contact with P-J and the other diagram producing members of the forum, or if that's your plan, then you certainly made no indication to that point. In which case, we're both saying the same thing, so good for you.


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Old 03-06-2013, 11:11 PM   #52
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Have you considered taking the content you've provided here, doing some kind of write up to go with it, and publishing it as an e-book? Once you do that, you could upload it to archive.org and it would be preserved forever. No one would have to worry about who is hosting what.
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The diagrams are mostly (if not all) done by P-J, so in all fairness to him, any discussion on putting his diagrams into a book or posting them to a permanent archive should have his blessing. Just adding my $0.02
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Well, based on your original post, I would have no idea that anyone other than you would write or co-author anything. If you've made contact with P-J and the other diagram producing members of the forum, or if that's your plan, then you certainly made no indication to that point. In which case, we're both saying the same thing, so good for you.
Actually when I read the post quoted above It sounded to me like he was asking P-J if he had considered collecting and publishing the work. Since P-J has been responding to multiple posts in this thread I read it as part of the conversation with P-J.

While I could have misunderstood his question I came nowhere close to the same conclusion you did. Almost seems like you assumed the worst of the guy.


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Old 03-06-2013, 11:12 PM   #53
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Sorry, no I have not. I don't know the first thing about them.
Absolutely no need to apologize, I was just making sure I had not missed it if it was available.
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Old 03-09-2013, 01:17 AM   #54
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I been looking over the treasure trove of PJ's diagrams here but am not seeing one to apply to my situation. I'm using a bcs-462 and I have 3 5500 watt elements in the BK, 3 more in the HLT and one in a RIMS tube for MT. There would also be two pumps in the mix. I've heard that at 125 amps I could run both BK and MT at same time ,which would be nice for back to back batches. Power is 240v single phase. Has anyone adapted one of the diagrams for this situation?

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Old 03-12-2013, 09:52 PM   #55
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thank you, P-J. i'm putting together my build right now and your diagrams have been invaluable. no single diagram captures exactly what i'm doing but everything is so clearly laid out that i can piece together what i need from different diagrams.

your efforts are very, very much appreciated. you have made the electric brewing adventure much less daunting.
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Old 05-02-2013, 10:21 PM   #56
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Many thanks P-J. I dedicate my first post to you. Cheers Big Guy.
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Old 05-22-2013, 06:28 PM   #57
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Thank you for your kind words.
Here is a diagram that I just finished for you as I did not have one that really fit your description. I hope it matches your needs.

And as always - click on the image to see (and save) a full scale diagram printable on Tabloid paper (11" x 17")



I hope this helps you in your adventure.

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Does anyone else miss P-J like I do?! Talk about a wealth of information slipping through our fingers =( !

I was wondering how to take this diagram and add an alarm switch to the PID so I can hit a temperature, alarm goes off, and I can turn the alarm off with a switch. Any takers?
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P-J is still posting. Perhaps he has already diagrammed everything under the sun.
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P-J is still posting. Perhaps he has already diagrammed everything under the sun.
Perhaps, but I didn't see one with the alarm.
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Perhaps, but I didn't see one with the alarm.
The very first thread in this post has a bunch of pjs diagrams. In the second one, there is an alarm attached to a pid for reference


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