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Hi all, I have lately been researching about temperature controllers for Kamados. Several alternatives are out there and each of them have their fan base. A lot of the information available is based on feeling and intuition, which is great. However, I miss a repository of information based on factual data of the controller's performance provided by users. This is the intention of this thread and hopefully, it will serve to educate the audience, firstly on how to make the choice when buying a temperature controller and secondly how to best use them. I have put together a set of questions for the people to answer that will help fellow BBQers immersed into the temperature controllers world. Thank you all in advance for supporting this research project! 1. What Kamado cooker you are using? 2. What temperature controller do you have? 3. What are your vent and fan settings on your Kamado? (Pictures when available) 4. Where do you place your ambient probe for temperature control? (Pictures when available) 5. At what point on your cook you let the controller to take over 6. Please share the graph from your temperature control with eventual fan output 7. What do you love about your controller? 8. What would you improve about your controller? 9. Anything else you want to share 10. And last but not least, share pictures of your cook
Hey everyone. I purchased a Vision Kamado Pro S last week and so far it's absolutely blowing me away. I come from a chargriller and side fire box with about 15 modifications to it and I'm just amazed at this thing's ability to hold a temperature. I got a BBQ Guru CyberQ Wifi for it and I'm also very impressed by it. The issue is that on my first cook I destroyed the pit probe that comes with the CyberQ. I contacted their support and they are sending me a new one but it turns out that it's technically my fault. The gap between the bowl and the outer shell can get way above the recommended temperature and destroys the internals of the wire leading to the probe. They suggested as a temporary stopgap to just wad up some aluminum foil and stab the probe through it, which will work for a cook or two but I like things to look nice. I'm trying to find a way that I can bridge that gap and save my probes from inevitable heat death. I was thinking about wrapping the wire a few times with some high temperature tape but all I'm finding is 500 degree tape. Any ideas/tips for getting a removable bridge constructed between the inner bowl and outer shell?