1 year old 3G Linea PID functions

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1 year old 3G Linea PID functions

Postby Luke Mutton on Thu Apr 30, 2009 2:36 am

Question for LM lovers! :D
Does anyone know what the different functions on a 3G Linea PID are and which symbols represent what?
I know the SP function is set point(i think) :?
And from what I have gleamed from members' past posts is that the PID reading is telling you the temp is 198F(for example), whereas the actual temp is 194F. How accurate is this? I would love to try it with a Scase myself, but do not have access atm.

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Re: 1 year old 3G Linea PID functions

Postby gscace on Thu Apr 30, 2009 11:50 am

Luke Mutton wrote:Question for LM lovers! :D
Does anyone know what the different functions on a 3G Linea PID are and which symbols represent what?
I know the SP function is set point(i think) :?
And from what I have gleamed from members' past posts is that the PID reading is telling you the temp is 198F(for example), whereas the actual temp is 194F. How accurate is this? I would love to try it with a Scase myself, but do not have access atm.

Peace n love n all that


What manufacturer made the PID controller. You can prolly find the manual for it on the internet and that'll tell you watt ewe knead two no. Dunno about the temp diff between setpoint and group. On my 2-group a setpoint of 205 gives around 200 at the group.

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