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TP20 vs Inkbird IRF-4S

dime

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I'm happy to say the unit I ordered from Amazon.ca arrived. The version marked on the box is TP-20S and the manual is dated 20190508 EN/FR.
It does have the BBQ function to monitor the high and low settings.
I'm looking forward to running my first cook with it!
 

jjlnyc

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Yeah , I can see that they add software to make it read high / low . Have to toggle between meat probe and chamber temp .
My opinion , if you're trying to track the chamber temp on a MES , you're just causing your self aggravation .
I have an analog MES 30" electric. Are you referring to the fact that an analog is ridiculously hard to set temp accurately? Or something else...?
 

chopsaw

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I have an analog MES 30" electric. Are you referring to the fact that an analog is ridiculously hard to set temp accurately? Or something else...?
I don't have an analog , I have a MES 30 , but yes temp swings with a stock controller is what I was talking about .
 

jjlnyc

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I don't have an analog , I have a MES 30 , but yes temp swings with a stock controller is what I was talking about .
I can't really think of ANY method that is not subject to temp swings at some point :emoji_smile:
 

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