- Jul 12, 2013
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- Santa Rosa, CA
Yup read that, I think my first question on Node Red is if we have CBP2/3 controllers, do we need to make changes in the hardware/wiring/expansion boards, etc, or can we continue with existing designs and hardware choices?
No, you should be able to use all the same hardware. Just a matter of know which GPIO you're using for each process. DS18B20 temperature sensors are well supported.Yup read that, I think my first question on Node Red is if we have CBP2/3 controllers, do we need to make changes in the hardware/wiring/expansion boards, etc, or can we continue with existing designs and hardware choices?
Agreed. Those applications have threads of their own for discussion, and should not have extended discussions, nor questions asked about them in this thread. Occasional references to alternative apps is acceptable, but do not use those to trigger an off topic discussion.I'd suggest that the thread about CBPi is not the place for discussions about Strangebrew nor BruControl.
Do you have the 4k7 resistor between the data and 5v (or 3.3V) leads on the 1-wire temp sensors? With the Terragady board, I'm pretty sure you should put the resistor at the Terragady instead of the RaspberryPi:Guys, I recently set up a single vessel using the crafbeerpi with the TerraGady 5.0 interface as a supervisor.
This week I went to calibrate the heating system with the PID AUTOTUNE, however I have huge variations with the temperature sensors, I have changed them twice and the problem persists.
Do any of you have any suggestions as to what may be causing this?
I use a 3500w resistor connected to a 40a ssr relay
A mp 15r pump connected to a relay with octocoupler.