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First roasting
I have mistranslated, electrical tape, and I have soldering iron, and I also resin-core solder. I just have to buy the thermal fuses these:
And understand, the controllers are fine? or I have to buy the dimmer?
The 2000W dimmer as Allenb said, it is expensive, but if the controller does not go well, then purchase the dimmer.
Last thing, the transformer 220VAC ok, but, 24V or 36V secondary? 2 or 3 A.?
The thing I want to know is if trying this with my 24 I would have the only problem I could go more slowly, and that's it, or it could burn anything? in that case I would purchase the secondary 36A immediately.
however, not easy to find a transformer 220Vac / 36V 3Amp
I'm looking on the internet and I find only Chinese, shipping time 1 month
This is what I understand, very simple scheme. A question, I can remove the switch, connect the white wire and brown wire, and possibly put a switch between the power cord and the controller or dimmer?
pandiani attached the following image:
Hello everyone, I wanted to inform you that the controllers arrived yesterday, ahead of schedule, and I assembled everything and now ....
I would like to thank all of you, that you have been precious for me, especially BenKeith.
Now I just have to put everything in a box, to make a clean job
Soon I will post a video on youtube
Thank you all, magnificent forum, attended by wonderful people, who have allowed me to realize a small dream.
I am very satisfied.
Thank you
Going forward, and doing various roasting tests, there are the first technical questions.
I realized that if I put 100 grams of beans, and turn on the air, they do not move, if I tilt a few degrees popper, move, but little. If I put 60 gr. no problem.
If you start with the heat and 100 grams, then with beans that do not move (at least at first, because they have much, humidity inside) risk of burn? Or the beans will begin to move after a few seconds and you do not burn?
Essentially I wonder if there is a solution to roaster 100 or maybe 150 grams of beans. Or my popper has a low ventilation, and I can not roast more than 60 gr at a time?
tilt and stir. they will lighten and expand. as along as you keep your heat within the guidelines discussed, no problem. Try 150, you wil find out.
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