Updated: Jul 20, 2021
Please follow through the guide on artisan scope home page.
2. Use a USB-A to USB-A transmission line to connect with your computer and roaster.
If you are considering set up a PC only for artisan roasting use, a Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Computer Kit would be a nice choice for its portable size and reasonable price. https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-400/
In the picture, we use a 22” monitor with adjustable monitor arm, the total cost including Raspberry Pi 400 is around USD$270. For saving even more space and budget, we also recommend using a 7” or 9” monitor.
3. Launch artisan scope and set the configs as following pictures. (Device, Port, Curves)
To read air flow data on artisan (only available on Craft 12 、 Craft 50 and other models with PID air pressure control), you need to add an extra device setting:
If you can't find the KA301 or the correct USB serial port option in your port selection, please download and unzip KA driver.
Enter "Device Manager" of your computer → "Port" → "USB serial port( COM_ )" → Right-click → "Update Driver"
Switch BT/ET and BT/ET RoR’s display position. (if needed)
And finally, you might wonder why your interface looks different from some posts on coffee forums.
Hope you found this helpful. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.