lol Id love to pay you to just design a graphic interface for my customers at the nano brewpub to see whats going on and whats on deck in fermenters and brite tanks... your graphics are amazing Die Beerery. I also wish I could display multiple screens of info at the same time which I believe Brundog is working on..
Do you have a link to the 1.5" solenoid valves? I've been trying to find some reasonably priced for my bottom drain.I have coming but not here yet a 1.5” tc solenoid. It is NC so when hops are called for it opens. After hop drops it closes. I do a soft boil and my steam escapes out the 3” center tc.
I installed a trap door more than ten years ago to combat the steam from popping up the hops in the first tube.. A solenoid opens and closes the door as required.It is NC so when hops are called for it opens. After hop drops it closes. I do a soft boil and my steam escapes out the 3” center tc.
It looks like in your later pictures of your build you abandoned the 10 pin connectors for the MFMs and wired directly from the RFT9712 to the sensor. What was the reason for switching?8-10 pin connections for the MFM’s, DO and PH. I removed the 10 conductor cables and soldered those outside of the panel but the rest are soldered in panel.
Of course. I expected no lessI have coming but not here yet a 1.5” tc solenoid. [...]
I could likely find out from one of your videos but if I might ask here are you using a condenser, or a hood?I do a soft boil and my steam escapes out the 3” center tc.
Of course. I expected no less
I could likely find out from one of your videos but if I might ask here are you using a condenser, or a hood?
The condenser thing has its attractions though there's a potential "didn't see that coming" downside as well...
What do you think of the flow sensors Die Beerery? , I’m considering picking up a couple to keep up with keg amounts through BC.Worked and completed my "Remote monitoring Setup's".
2 flow sensors - boguth from amazon $10 each - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00QC6LI6Q/?tag=skimlinks_
I would bet so. The rapid pressure drop across the flowmeter will cause foaming. If the pressure drop is elsewhere (at the end of the line), foam will be less inclined to form at the flowmeter.I wonder if there would be less foaming through a flow control faucet?
I’ll look into the sf’s