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    Wanted Arduino compatible TC4

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Anyone happen to have a TC4 sheild or a complete TC4C that is no longer required?
    They seem to be temporarily unavailable from MLG in the US.

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    On another coffee forum it was mentioned that the older V4.00 of the TC4 is available on a popular online shopping site (search for TC4 Shield PCB), you can get a built up board or a bare board that you populate yourself.

    Another option is to order the bare boards direct from OSHpark as the design files have been uploaded to there user files area, more detail on yet another coffee forum (HR).

    If you want to go with a bare board I have enough bits left from when I made mine last year to make a couple more.


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    Thanks for the info Gary, sending you a PM.

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    Is this the same board that can be used for monitoring and controlling temperature on a quest m3 via aartisan?

    I'm interested in grabbing one too. If I have to put one together can someone point me to some set of instructions?

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    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
    The board, in conjunction with an Arduino uno and the appropriate software/firmware can be used for monitoring/control.
    I don't know what your level of experience is with electronics and to put one together, it probably requires intermediate experience or at least SMD soldering skills.
    They are also available fully assembled but you'd still need to be comfortable working with electronics/firmware to set up and more importantly be experienced and competent in working with mains electricity.



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