How to Change the Temperature Setpoints on the Fly?

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How to Change the Temperature Setpoints on the Fly?

Post by MY ADV » Sun May 20, 2012 10:40 am

Can you change the temperature set point while the processes is running? In other words, if I wanted to mash at 154 instead of 152, is there an easy way to change the set point on the fly instead of reloading the process or preconfiguring it before I brew?

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Re: How to Change the Temperature Setpoints on the Fly?

Post by JonW » Sun May 20, 2012 12:15 pm

Yes, just click "Temp Setpoint Adjust" from the top menu. That will show you each setpoint for any running processes and you can adjust the temperature there without having to edit the process/state itself. Note that this changes the running value, not the one stored in the process, so next time you restart that process, it will revert back to using your old value.

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Re: How to Change the Temperature Setpoints on the Fly?

Post by MY ADV » Sun May 20, 2012 2:15 pm

Thank you JonW, I have only had practice with online controller form BCS http://ecc.webhop.org:8081/index.html. Dose this "Temp Setpoint Adjust" from the top menu" show up there? I dont seem too see it. If its not to much trouble could you post a screen shot.

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Re: How to Change the Temperature Setpoints on the Fly?

Post by ECC » Mon May 21, 2012 12:41 pm

Yes, it is available on the demo. Top right hand side, between 'Edit Processes' and 'Ladder Logic'.

That will bring you to the Temperature Setpoint Adjust page, which will allow you to adjust setpoints on anything being actively controlled by a process.

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