Moad said:Apparently some libraries have 3d printers
Most major regional areas will have a makerspace (sometimes called a 'hackerspace') of some sort these days, and almost all of them should have a 3D printer of some description unless they're smaller/newer. Since the whole point of these places is DIY and self-education, I reckon an electronics/fabrication project for brewing would be right up their alley, and you might even be able to propose an exchange of a demo brew-day for some free 3D printed parts/electronics assistance.gezzanet said:Never new that. Might go looking for one around newie
You will need 2 probes.Moad said:Hey guys, Haven't checked through the HBT thread yet but I have an issue.
Have got the relay wired up, the profile doesn't seem to be activating heating/cooling on the relay. If I set the output to "not inverted" in the brewpiless config then the relay activates. Any Ideas?
edit: If I set fridge const. temp it will activate the relays, just not when I set beer temp. Might be because I only have one probe
I use the Arduino IDE.rocketpants said:This may be a stupid question, but am I able to flash a nodemcu and start the AP with 2.0 without two temp probes connected and without relay board? AT the moment I only have one temp probe and the nodemcu on a breadboard.
I can't seem to connect after flashing with the windows nodemncu flasher - I never see the SSID appear to connect to. I've also attempted compiling and uploading via Arduino IDE but this doesn't work either
THanks for the responseMattrox said:Does the brewpiless firmware compile and flash successfully? It's just the AP that isn't showing up?
This was it. I had previously set up the board on a different project and it was already connecting to my wifi network and hence never activated the AP mode. I thought flashing it woudl lose all the previous settings but not so.Mattrox said:Since the board I used already had a previous version it remembered my network settings.