Thanks again mate,mb-squared said:Yes, it is surprising at how little detailed info there is. But if you troll the web enough, you'll see that a lot of people have done it, they just haven't bothered to let the rest of us know how they did it. I am so happy with my system that I hope to roll out the details of how I put it together and how I use it over the next few months. As for the exact parts you need, please see the links in this post (which is above):
If you take the part numbers from each bit there and match them up against what you find on different sites (like Amazon), then you'll be fine.
I have now written a follow-up to this post over here, where I describe how I wired up the gas valve with the BCS. Hopefully it is helpful.stretch69 said:Thanks again mate,
I'd def be interested your write up, particularly with your control box. I've seen heaps of people using pid's but I'd love to see how you use a Web based controller and how it's wired up etc
mb-squared said:Just wanted to let people know that I now have all the gas control components of this system up for sale. I'm asking $225 for everything:
2 4-ring burners with high pressure regulators
Honeywell valve with 24V transformer
Pilot light with lpg conversion
all the hoses needed as well as the sediment trap
A 24V pilot light and SSR
I could also include the toolbox "control panel" if you'd like.
Basically everything you need (minus the kettles) to get up and running.
pick up only in Sydney's Northwest.