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Posted Sun Sep 22, 2013, 7:12am
Subject: If anybody needs TC4 for data logging
 

I had problem finding TC4 but found one on ebay.  I don't know if other's needed a TC4 or not but there is a guy selling these on ebay if anybody needs.  I am new to soldering in general but purchased a kit with an already programmed Arduino.  The kit came with all the parts and some detailed instructions to help guide me.  I've been roasting now for a week with the kit and it's awesome being able to log, document, and repeat roasts with the roastlogger software.

If anybody is looking for these, here are the ebay links that I found currently.  Looks like he has more options now than when I order:
TC4 Kit - Solder it yourself ($59.95)
You supply your own thermocouples, usb cable, Arduino UNO R3
You solder and test the TC4 Shield.  You program the UNO
http://www.ebay.com/itm/200964841622

TC4 Kit with Arduino ($89.95)
You supply your own thermocouples, usb cable
You solder and test the TC4 Shield.  Scgadgets programs the UNO for you.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/200964843991

TC4 Kit with Arduino ($159)
You supply your own thermocouples, usb cable
Scgadgets solders and tests the TC4 Shield.  Scgadgets programs the UNO for you.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/200966607878

TC4 Circuit Board Only ($25)
You supply your own parts for the board, thermocouples, usb cable, Arduino UNO R3
You solder and test the TC4 Shield.  You program the UNO
http://www.ebay.com/itm/200949919036

And here is the instructions that scgadgets emailed me to help with soldering:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/jyrnz05t474ilz6/TC4%20Tips%20and%20Instructions.pdf
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