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Edge release 2019/10/01
Firmware release date: 2019/09/16
So far, we like how quick start wizards simplify the setup process. We intend to have a wizard for all commonly used setups. Feel free to make a request if you have or want a specific setup!
This release, we added two new wizards:
RIMS Brew-in-a-Bag uses a single kettle and a RIMS tube.
Glycol Fermentation generates a fermentation setup where cooling is done by pumping glycol through a coil.
Glycol Fermentationquick start wizards.
- You can now export graph data to CSV from the Graph widget actions.
- This will use the currently displayed time span, but always choose high precision data.
- You can now save and load stored profiles in
- Profiles are stored globally, and can be used in all your Setpoint Profiles.
- When loading a saved profile, the Setpoint Profile keeps its current target.
- Profile points are relative to the start time. When loading a profile you can choose to set start time to now.
- Fixed a bug that significantly increased the UI size. Page load should now be noticeably faster.
brewblox-ctl updatenow asks to prune docker images to clean up disk space.
- Added builder parts:
- Gravity tube (simulates height differences in your layout by increasing flow speed).
- RIMS tube
- PWM display part (shows the same values as the
- The liquid level in Kettles is now editable. This is a cosmetic change: flow calculations treat every kettle as completely full.
- Settings in quickstart wizards are now remembered if you go back in the wizard.
- Setpoint displays in the builder can now be placed inline in tubes.
- Each edge is connected to all other edges.