Instruction manual of EZM Programmable Counter consists of two main . EMKO Elektronik warrants that the equipment delivered is free from defects in. BUT it’s a negative number and I cannot figure out what to do? HELP PLEASE? EMKO ESM Temperature Controller-img_jpg. ESM, ESM, ESM, ESM, ESM ESM 8 mm. Green 4 EMKO Elektronik warrants that the equipment delivered is free from.
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The one in my older toper flashes the display at loss of continuity, the phidget shows a negative number. All times are GMT Yes the bottom value is setting the maximum temp it will reach before the gas gets cut off. Smko If you are afraid of failure or losing money, quit while you are ahead.
You may fix it for sure. So first thing you need to do is check the type of thermocouple you have I own toper cafemino.
Steve Green Mill City Roasters. Your thermocouple is likely disconnected or has a broken wire. BUT it’s a negative number and I cannot figure out what to do?
They have excellent customer service. Hi dear I just read your post about toper drum tempreture.
In my scenario I could route my cabling to this device when I was having issues Results 1 to 9 of 9. I use different thin thermocuple connected with Phidget If you have a electronic multimeter it may have an input for thermocouples.
The time now is Originally Posted by fivestarcoffeeroasters. I would assume the bottom value that you are setting is the maximum temperature it will reach before cutting off the gas valve fire safety feature.
I have the pre-set temp at but the top number should read the current temp of the drum One you know what type you have you need to go into the controllers settings to see if it’s setup for that type of thermocouple. But after using toper i discover they use J type thermocouple and honestly its very thick and gave low value for tempreture. Brand new then contact Toper. Its the wiring problem you have to opposite the wire in behind the temperature controller.
You can test a thermocouple with a multimeter, it should read a few ohms, I would suggest a disconnected probe or bad connection at the controller?
Can you shoot me a link or something to a hand held device I could purchase to use? How do I check this? If you can may not be possible you could unplug the thermocouple from the controller and plug into the handheld device.
Can you reach the thermocouple inside of the drum? Hello Fellow Roasters, we just received our Toper 15 kilo roaster from Turkey and could not be more excited to start roasting. Some temp controllers indicate a bad or disconnected thermocouple differently. It’s odd that its esm-430 negative Thanks for your help!
Second thing I would check is to see if the thermocouple ekko is set properly in the controller. I would hope that the manufacturer would tell you this.
When you said ” check is to see if the thermocouple type is set properly in the controller” If you take a look at the attached picture Obviously be careful you turn on your drum and its cold I am technically challenged but could tell me how to test the thermocouple exactly?