PID on 1kg reflecting significantly lower temperature?
Odd thing I've run into when heating my machine, and when charging a roast:
- My BT probe will read around 400º
- My ET probe will read around 400º
- Yet the PID on the machine will read around 300º-310º
Is this normal, or is there some kind of discrepancy here that needs to be corrected? I found this issue when looking at roast logs from the roast-along videos. The BT at the beginning of those roasts reflects a temperature that's around 400º. I typically charge my roasts at around 390-400 PID, which in turn reflects 480º-515º BT on roast path. My roasts are, on average, between 7:30 and 9:30. Any thoughts?
The PID uses a different thermocouple, usually much thicker than the BT or ET probes.
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