I read previous threads discussing about how to mimic the pro, how to convert the pro profile, and I tried to compare two exact same Ikawa Gesha profiles on Pro app (inlet and exhuast temp based).
and it shows quite predictable difference in inlet and exhaust (evironmental?) temp,
+46c at 201c inlet,
+44c at 210~220c,
+40c at 230~235c,
+38~39c at 237~241c.
I know that bean characteristics and humidity can have effect on this difference, but these small differences can happen all the time, bean by bean, day by day.
I wanted to know applying these inlet to exhaust temp differences and converting some pro profiles to home can be a good starting point, or totally meaningless attempt because it’s just so different for every bean.
I read that some of the members already installed thermo sensors to get exhaust or environmental temp data, and want to hear if the temp difference is way different on other profiles or beans.
How does the preheat and charging temp exactly work on Pro?
Does it preheat until the temp goes up to the temp set at 0:00, and notify the user to drop the beans?
If that’s the case, how long does it maintain at that temp for preheat? if it’s 60s~90s or so, we can mimic this with inlet and drop the beans then?