On the device page https://artisan-scope.org/devices/meters/
I read that the optically isolated Victor 86B is compatible with Scope,
while others say Scope do not work with USB HID devices, such as the Victor
My Victor 86B shows up in the device manager under USB HID devices in win 7.
In Artisan 2.0.0 Scope config devices is set to Meter/Victor 86B after
which a port config window appears to select a com port.
I have installed the CP210X driver, and would expect a virtual comport to
show up, when the Victor 86B is connected, but that does not seem to happen.
Any suggestions to cure the problem, please let me know.
Alternatively, for two K-type sensors, which optically isolated solution is
the choice for Artisan Scope 2.0.0, please.
Thanks in advance,
I have Artisan running with a Phidget SBC for logging, but have been
looking at implementing the software PID. The Phidget has devices that
can control my SSR (currently using manual control) via a 0-5v
voltage-out device (out1001_0 12-bit voltage out phidget).
My question is, how do I setup up this as a control device for the
software pid. I see the TC4 and Modbus devices, but nothing using
phidget channels to the out1001 device. Can I define the device somewhere?
I'm relatively new to artisan. Been using RoastLogger for years but now that
I have my phidget 1048 I don't need the camera/ocr feature anymore.
I haven't been able to locate the help file or information about the
settings under Config-Device - Phidgets tab. For instance, Async check
boxes, raw data, change etc. I've found everything on the github page, but
maybe I just haven't been successful in pinpointing the proper area to look.
Secondly- I'm roasting on a Diedrich IR-24, which has a thicker J
thermocouple than the one I've hooked up to artisan, which is a K type 1/8in
I purchased here:
The temperatures are around 30 degrees F higher on the thinner K
thermocouple than what the roaster is reporting, even though my
thermocouples in the roaster are mounted next to each other (didn't want to
piggyback on BT of the roaster to phidgets)
Does anyone have any experience in this area? Perhaps the simple fact that
the probe is thinner means the readings will be different, but I do not
know. It would appear that the readings on the roaster are accurate while
the other is much hotter.
Just getting started, and appreciate any guidance.
Excellent that you could work this out!
Thanks a lot for this detailed description of the issue and its resolution. I share it back to the list such that it might serve others.
> On 13. Jan 2020, at 17:54, Glen Brent <woodshed(a)citlink.net> wrote:
> Marko, thanks for your replies and help on this issue.
> My setup does not have a USB to tmp1101 hub, just the SBC --> (internal vint hub) --> tmp1101. So I could try what you suggested. However, Phidget's documents say the network server should look the same to the software on the pc.
> So I started digging more.
> After a lot of research, I discovered that my windows 10 machine did not have the MDNS service called Bonjour installed.?? Bonjour allows applications to find devices on the local network.?? I came to the conclusion that Artisan was not finding the SBC even though the windows 10 phidget control panel could find the SBC and I could log into the SBC from the browser.?? The easy test?? is to ping the SBC in a terminal window.???? In my case pinging GBRoast.local did not work, but once I installed the latest Bonjour service software, ping worked, and so did Artisan.
> On Linux theequivalent MDNS service is called Avahi.
> It is now working...
> Thanks for your help
> On 1/12/20 8:37 AM, Marko Luther wrote:
>> As said, try to connect the HUB0000/TMP1101 for a moment directly to your PC via USB and check if your setup (with that Phidget network unticked) is working.
>>> On 12. Jan 2020, at 13:27, woodshed(a)citlink.net wrote:
>>> I can read the temp1101 from the phidget control panel running on my windows pc ( not the webserver login control panel ). So that makes me think that the artisan setup is my problem. I'll keep trying, but not sure what I have missed.
>>> On Jan 12, 2020 3:29 AM, Marko Luther <marko.luther(a)gmx.net> wrote:
>>> That all looks good to me. I do not have access to an SBC4, but I assume it acts the same as my HUB5000 and my SBC3.
>>> Did you try to attach the TMP1101 directly to your computer, to validate that all other settings are fine?
>>>> On 12. Jan 2020, at 03:33, woodshed--- via Artisan-User <artisan-user(a)lists.einfachkaffee.de> wrote:
>>>> I have been trying everything to get my artisan 2.1.2 software to connect to the SBC4 and the 4x thermocouple phidget that is
>>>> Here is the setup: PC: windows 10, SBC4 connected to the wireless network, and 4x Thermocouple 1101_0 phidget with a
>>> type K thermocouple on port 0.
>>>> I can run the phidget control panel and see the SBC4 host ( MDNS Hostname: GBRoast2-2.local, IP Address 192.168.43.20)
>>> and can see the temperature reading on port 0 from the control panel.
>>>> I start up Artisan, go to configure -> device -> phidgets and click network, enter Host "GBRoast2-2".local
>>> that should of course be "GBRoast2-2.local" without the double quotes, right?
>>>> Port: 5661, blank password and hit ok. When I hit "on" on the roaster scope page the ET and BT bot show -1.
>>>> Looking at the webserver in the browser Phidget Control Panel Dictionary, it does not show any open channels.
>>>> What am I doing wrong?
>>>> Thanks, Glen
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I have been trying everything to get my artisan 2.1.2 software to connect to the SBC4 and the 4x thermocouple phidget that is attached.
Here is the setup: PC: windows 10, SBC4 connected to the wireless network, and 4x Thermocouple 1101_0 phidget with a type K thermocouple on port 0.
I can run the phidget control panel and see the SBC4 host ( MDNS Hostname: GBRoast2-2.local, IP Address 192.168.43.20) and can see the temperature reading on port 0 from the control panel.
I start up Artisan, go to configure -> device -> phidgets and click network, enter Host "GBRoast2-2".local Port: 5661, blank password and hit ok. When I hit "on" on the roaster scope page the ET and BT bot show -1.
Looking at the webserver in the browser Phidget Control Panel Dictionary, it does not show any open channels.
What am I doing wrong?
Hello All - I recently purchased a Huky 500T from Mr. Li. I received the Center 301 thermometer with it, and have been trying to configure it with Artisan on my Mac. I have a new Mac (Mac OS Mojave), running 10.14 version.
I've downloaded the CP210X driver from Silabs. Even still, the reading on Artisan shows "Serial Exception: Unable to open serial port".
I've tried searching forums, but the advice hasn't helped fix the issue. Outside of buying a PC running windows, I'm not sure what else to do.
Has anyone figured out how to make this work on a Mac? If so, please help!
I'm new and was unable search archives properly. Apologies in advance.
Problem: I am unable to install the .deb (Error: package architecture
(amd64) does not match system (arm64))
"uname -a" returns this:
Linux localhost 3.18.0-19838-gc647e70c954a #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Dec 12
22:45:05 PST 2019 aarch64 GNU/Linux
My goal is to use Artisan Scope to read from the Phidgets 1048.
It seems all the ingredients are assembled. There's even a
mmap.aarch64-linux-gnu.so executable in the src/dist directory. But I'm not
sure how to proceed.
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