Hello from SC

Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by johnpc, Oct 10, 2014.

  1. Greetings from Hartsville, SC.  I have been wanting to join a "smoking" forum and was very impressed with this one.  Haven't had time yet to get caught up on all the posts yet [​IMG]  (wow, some really emotional emoticons you have).  I mainly cold smoke (home-made cheese mostly) so usually hang out on cheeseforum.org which a great forum as well.  We also have a small company we started a couple of years ago to make equipment for home / hobby cheese makers, but some of our controller products are used in other areas as well.  I started hot smoking many years ago using a charcoal water smoker but that didn't last long.  Looking forward to getting back to it with some "new" equipment.
  2. Glad you joined the group. The search bar at the top of any page is your best friend.
    About anything you wanna know about smoking/grilling/curing/brining/cutting or slicing
    and the list goes on has probably been posted. Remember to post a QVIEW of your smokes.
    We are all smoke junkies here and we have to get our fix. If you have questions
    Post it and you will probably get 10 replies with 11 different answers. That is
    because their are so many different ways to make great Q...
    Happy smoken.
  3. [​IMG]   Good afternoon and welcome to the forum, from a nice and warm East Texas. Lots of great people with tons of information on just about  everything.

  4. Thanks for the welcome.  I did have one technical question that I've been looking for the answer to without success.  I understand the Mavirick (Redi-Check) ET-732 dual-probe remote temperature monitor is popular.  I assume their sensor is a thermistor (not a thermocouple) but does anyone know what the thermistor resistance is?  I know the ET-73 is a 200K thermistor because I have one but I'm assembling a controller that is compatible with 100K so I'm looking for a spear probe with that resistance.  All I know is you can't use a ET-73 probe on a ET-732 and visa-versa.  If someone out there has a ET-732 and a multimeter if you could check to see what the resistance is I would be eternally grateful.  Thanks.

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