dqts Senior Member Joined: 12 Nov 2011 Posts: 49 Location: Federal way, wa Expertise: I love coffee
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Posted Mon Jun 24, 2013, 4:17pm Subject: Artisan Roasting software
Having problems with Artisan roasting software/ my pid.
Im using a us roaster corp sample roaster with a fuji pxr 4 pid and windows 7 to use this program.
The problem i am having is Artisan is registering the pid temperature a decimal off. What I mean is instead of reading the Pid which will say 312 degrees F, Artisan will register it as 31.2 degrees F. My roasting curve therefore looks like a flat line.
Anyone know how to fix this in easy language, not a huge techy. thanks
Before posting I tried the button on Artisan software that tells your pid to adjust the decimal point which somehow messed up several things on the pid, but doing it in the reverse order setting the pid manually worked!
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