HOMEBREW Digest #5827 Fri 15 April 2011

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  re: All In One HERMS System Control (Natalie Hirneisen)
  Re: Controller Info ("Eric \"Rick\" Theiner")

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2011 10:07:00 -0400 From: Natalie Hirneisen <cave.natalie at gmail.com> Subject: re: All In One HERMS System Control hi ya, about 2 years ago or so I designed a microcontroller based control unit that would work for HERMS or what ever style recirculation system ya use. I have 8 or so circuit boards left, ya have to stuff them your self, I can provide a programed PIC14 controller. How it works is there is a LCD screen with your set temp and the max outlet temp (from the heater) so ya are not runing too much heat and scorching wort. the setpoints are adjustable via a pushbutton interface. Back then, I direct heated with a 1.5KW heater fused to copper tubing the wort recirculates though. have a low pressure steam system now, so this don't get used anymore. that is another story! Natalie Flourtown, PA . Return to table of contents
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2011 11:44:56 -0400 From: "Eric \"Rick\" Theiner" <rick at ecologiccleansers.com> Subject: Re: Controller Info Thanks to those replying to my last message regarding controllers. In particular, the site for The Electric Brewery is phenomonal!! http://www.theelectricbrewery.com/ I could spend days there. In fact, I probably will. I had looked at the BCS at http://www.embeddedcontrolconcepts.com/ and although it seems to have everything that I want in terms of inputs and responses, I don't like the idea of having to also having to use a computer for the interface. Anyone have thoughts on that or on getting around it? Thanks again! Rick Return to table of contents
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