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Unread 08-02-2012, 04:03 PM   #160
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Bobby,
What I wanted was to be notified if the pit temp fell below or rose above a given value. So, If I enter 25 and I set my pit temp to 225 an alarm will be triggered at 199 or if the pit temp rises above 250. So essentially there is a range between 200-250, above or below that the alarm will sound. Does that work for you?

I think we can remove probe series from the display if you need that. Shouldn't be too difficult.

Rick

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Originally Posted by bobbytuck View Post
The new screenshots look great. One question: is it possible to set a range alarm? If it falls below X degrees or goes above Y degrees?

I see you've got a single temp alarm (but from the screenshot, I wasn't sure if this would work for a range, too.)

For me, my concern is less with a single definitive temp and more a range -- 235F to 270F or whatever. So long as it's in the range, I'm fine -- and fluctuations within the range don't really matter (and probably give the meat the distinctive character of any given pit).

Also -- is it possible to show/hide the individual food probes on the graph? I'm cooking ribs this weekend, so I'm only concerned about the pit temp. Is there an option to still record the food probes but not actually show them on the real-time graph?
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