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Artisan scope software settings for Craftsmith roasters

Updated: Jul 20


Please follow through the guide on artisan scope home page.

https://artisan-scope.org/docs/quick-start-guide/



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.

https://www.fa-taie.com.tw/admin/download_en/front/down.php


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.



Default theme:



Classic theme:




Hope you found this helpful. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.