Thanks for the quick reply Elco.
The script is running on the webpage (version 0.5.2) and the spark screen is visible in test mode. The temp sensor is directly plugged into the spark. I have check each of the 4 ports for signs of detection using matience–> device conif–> refresh. Still doesn’t register.
Sep 27 2017 16:05:03 Notification: Script started for beer 'test1’
Sep 27 2017 16:05:03 Connecting to controller…
Sep 27 2017 16:05:03 Opening serial port
Sep 27 2017 16:05:03 Checking software version on controller…
Sep 27 2017 16:05:03 Found BrewPi v0.5.2 build 0.5.2-0-g72e633171, running on a Particle Photon with a V2 shield on port /dev/ttyACM0
What is the user life of a temp sensor? Is there a way to check the rj11 clip to make sure the connections are still good?
Apologies if my description was short. It’s a brewing system. The temp sensor is currently attached to the brew kettle. The brewing configuration I’m using is a hot plate and pot with a copper coil linked to a chiller to cool. The idea is link the copper coil to the motorized ball valves connected to the chiller. The probe in the mash reads the temp and then depending on the mash profile, the valves open to increase to decrease the mash temp.
Thanks again for your help.