- Oct 9, 2012
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- Westport, Ontario
It gives me a list, but most importantly it allows me to attribute code changes and releases to the issues in which they were raised. For larger projects, I can set up boards, etc.So I'm not familiar with GitHub and how it works...that's the 2nd 'issue' raised due to my fumbling around. Is that just like a notepad to remind you of the problem?
It's a fairly generic approach that's been around since the TTL and through-hole package days. The two values broaden the frequency coverage of either alone, and as decoupling capacitors historically were only slightly more expensive than tap water the only hold-backs were board space. Even then, given 0201 and even 1005 SMT package sizes, that still wasn't a problem even when I retired last year
Your wife won’t be the first one to be pissed at me. Hell, I’ve got a few of my own.Lee has forced me to buy an oscilloscope […] that’s my story and I’m sticking to it when my wife asks.
I just listened to this, it was a very fun episode! Waiting excitedly for kegscreen.com to launch before I start building my very own keg cop
This is simply awesome. I heard your podcast on Homebrewing DIY and I'm starting to look for parts. Has anyone found a source from a reputable website for John Guest PM450813E besides Amazon? They are currently unavailable...I hereby declare that the John Guest PM450813E fitting to be The Correct Fitting™ for Swiss Flow to 8mm EVABarrier tubing.
There is still a "cone" (maybe better called an internal collar to locate the washer) and I just don't care enough to figure out why this is better than the DMfit one. "It just is."
Almost. The technical explanation is Keg Cop uses a thermostatic control with hysteresis to control the chamber temp, and Fermentrack (and BPR) uses a PID loop to control the fermenter temp.And now there is Keg Cop. It seems to do everything Fermentrack does, but also add flow monitoring to know when the kegs are near empty.
Thanks for the response, Lee.Almost. The technical explanation is Keg Cop uses a thermostatic control with hysteresis to control the chamber temp, and Fermentrack (and BPR) uses a PID loop to control the fermenter temp.
Downloading firmware... Downloaded successfully! Command: esptool.py --port COM4 --chip esp32 --baud 921600 --before default_reset --after hard_reset write_flash 0x10000 C:\Users\Roger\AppData\Local\Temp\firmware.bin 0x8000 C:\Users\Roger\AppData\Local\Temp\partitions.bin 0x1000 C:\Users\Roger\AppData\Local\Temp\bootloader.bin 0x290000 C:\Users\Roger\AppData\Local\Temp\spiffs.bin 0xe000 C:\Users\Roger\AppData\Local\Temp\otadata.bin --erase-all esptool.py v2.8 Serial port COM4 Connecting........_____....._____....._____....._____....._____....._____....._____
I’m traveling right now, so my communications are limitedWhats your thoughts on the 2 approaches and could a choice between flow meters or load cells be possible in KegCops future?
Has anyone heard any updates regarding Kegscreen?
...That's a little bit of a dig.....
Lee, Thomas from SwissFlo was kind enough to swap out their regular JG fittings for the 8mm ones when I purchased their flowmeters. If you buy the SF800 flowmeters, just ask if they can swap the fittings out--he said the cost differential was negligible. Thomas was curious about this Keg cop project too so I sent him the Homebrewing DIY podcast link.I did get mine at Amazon, but you might contact Freshwater Systems with the part number and see if they can get it.
Day_trippr, do you have an image of your keg, to QD, to flowmeter setup? I'd be curious to see it. Does the flowmeter need to be horizontal?As close to the keg as possible without kinking the tubing.
Also, be sure to use sufficient line vs ID vs CO2 pressure...