then even a usb connection could help, maybe.
I love Kona!

On Tue, 7 Sep 2010, Betsy Whitney, Dolphin Press wrote:

> Aloha Sheryl,
> Given that the beans are inside a drum that can
> be 400 degrees hotter than the actual beans, I
> think that some device that will speak the
> digital readout of the existing thermometers
> would be the easiest way to go since those
> thermometers are already installed in the big roaster.
> I wonder if the manufacturer of the roaster could
> be of any assistance in this quest.
> Betsy
> At 08:32 PM 9/7/2010, you wrote:
>> Aloha everyone,
>> I am looking for your great solutions.
>> I roast coffee beans in a roasting machine that has a drum made of cast iron.
>> The drum can get to around 700 degrees. The beans get to around 400
>> degrees plus depending on the darkness you want. The beans touch a
>> sensor which tells on a print display what temperature the beans are
>> at. It is critical to know the temperature of the beans which is
>> vital to the roasting process . I am looking for a talking device
>> that could read the digital temperature display or a talking
>> thermometer that has a probe that can be put in to the barrel and the
>> beans touching the probe will register the temperature of the beans.
>> I might like a wireless thermometer if one exists so I can access the
>> temperature everywhere in the wear house and do the next steps
>> required for completing the roasting process. I suggest that the
>> thermometer probe or sensor be able to tolerate temperatures up to
>> 800 degrees. Look forward to hearing from you.
>> Aloha Sheryl

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