Automatisierten Holzpelletgrills

alpxp

New member
Hallo alle,
Ich habe eine Frage. Kann WLANthermo die Temperatur auf einem Grill mit automatischer Temperaturregelung regeln?

Ich habe einen Traeger Pelletgrill Pro Series 22 mit einem Temperaturregler (siehe Abbildung). Ich möchte in der Lage sein, die Temperatur zu überwachen und diesen Knopf online zu steuern. Welche Art von Servo mit welcher WLANthermo-Version soll ich dazu verwenden?
Die Montage kann ich selbst herausfinden. Ich habe einen 3D-Drucker und kann den Halter für das Servo entwerfen.

Danke.

(Sorry for the Google translate, my German is not very good. Here is the same in English)
Can WLANthermo control temperature on a grill with automatic temperature control?
I have a Traeger Pelletgrill Pro Series 22, which has a temperature control knob (see the picture). I want to be able to monitor temperature and control this knob online. What kind of servo with which WLANthermo version should I use to do that?
The mounting I can figure out myself. I have 3D printer and can design the holder for the servo.
Thank you.

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s.ochs

BOFH
Teammitglied
Interesting idea...

Can WLANthermo control temperature on a grill with automatic temperature control?
This is less a control, more a setpoint specification. There is no target / actual comparison in the Thermo in this way.
But you can use the Pitmaster mode "manual". You specify a servo position via the Pitmaster value and this corresponds to a set temperature on the Traeger. In this case ou need a conversion of the Pitmaster value into the temperature on the adjustment wheel ( in your head or on paper). For example: Pitmaster Value 10% = 100 °C; 25% = 130 °C and so on (depending on the servo movement and the set servo limits).

You can use Nano V3 or Mini V1 / V2 / V3 for this. They can all control a servo. You don't need anything special with the servo. There's not much load to turn.

Schönen Sonntag dir!
Steffen
 

alpxp

New member
Thank you for the response.

I see you point that this is not an actual "control". As there is no direct feedback. Which is fine by me.
I'll go with the Nano V3 & a basic servo and report the result here.

Am I correct that I need to order "WLANThermo Nano V3" with the Addon https://wlanthermo.de/shop/wlanthermo-nano-v3-addon.47/ ?
Also, can you recommend a servo? Is this ok? Or are there better ones? I see some of them are advertised as 180º, however it is approximately 270º on my scale. Do I need a special one?

Another question, is "WLANThermo Nano V3" comes with the housing already printed? Or can I print it myself from STL?

Thank you,
Pavel
 
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s.ochs

BOFH
Teammitglied
Am I correct that I need to order "WLANThermo Nano V3" with the Addon https://wlanthermo.de/shop/wlanthermo-nano-v3-addon.47/ ?
Correct.

Another question, is "WLANThermo Nano V3" comes with the housing already printed? Or can I print it myself from STL?
Possible. As you can see, we are currently still completing the documentation. the best thing to do is to contact me directly for an assembled board without a housing.

Is this ok? Or are there better ones? I see some of them are advertised as 180º, however it is approximately 270º on my scale. Do I need a special one?
The MG995 is often used for DIY. Try it out.
Do you really need the full range of rotation?
 
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