Originally Posted by Bearcarver
I think you're guilty of doing what I do too often. When you explain something that most people know nothing about, you have to use more words. I make things too short sometimes, because I can't type with more than one finger. I still have no idea what you're talking about.
Is that what it's called, "The every day pellet smoker"? That seems to be what you're saying.
Personally I don't call 130*-150* cold smoking. I call that warm smoking, and that's how I do my Bacon.
Nobody is insinuating that you are a Newbie, but when you call under 150* cold smoking, you are making me feel like a Newbie, and confuse the heck out of me.
Ok Bear I'll try one more time ....you definitely need to stick with set it and forget it.
Some pellet smokers have something called a "smoke setting" Basically it's a timed cycle where the auger turns on for 15 seconds and shuts off for a predetermined time....so and and so forth.
This controller has an adjustable smoke setting which they call a " cold smoke setting" because of 2 reasons...
1) it's digitally adjustable and can have a longer time delay for the auger to turn on for the 15 seconds.
2) Most standard smoke settings the temp usually ends up at around the 180 degree mark...this controller i'm talking about can get the temp much lower.
Why is this good? It allows you to smoke at much lower temps and get really good smoke....and NO it's not called the "everyday pellet smoker"
This UDS version is supposed to be more efficient also which is good for $$$ plus I can put a grate very close to the burn pot for searing....This is a very unique cooker