BrewBench Monitor is a homebrew and brewery controller and fermentation monitor
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README.md

BrewBench Monitor

http://monitor.brewbench.co

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BrewBench is an Arduino brew monitor, controller and alert system for the home brewer enthusiast. It uses the Arduino REST API to interface with temp sensors.

RIMS

You can also connect a relay to the digital ports and add a heater / pump to create a RIMS system. The software will start/stop the heater/pump based on the target temperature you set.

Fermenters

BrewBench Monitor can easily be used with fermenters with a thermowell.

Works with

Sensors

  • Thermistors
  • DS18B20
  • PT100
  • DHT11
  • DHT21
  • DHT22
  • DHT33
  • DHT44
  • BMP180
  • SoilMoisture

Temp Controllers

  • Ranco
  • InkBird ITC-1000

Relays

  • Any Sainsmart relays
  • Any SSR

Smart Devices

  • TP-Link

Setup the Arduino

Download a sketch from the sketches link in the header and install with the Arduino IDE.

Open BrewBench

Go to BrewBench monitor or clone this repo and follow dev instructions below.

Development

Install NodeJS

# install
npm install
# run tests
npm test
# start dev web server
npm start

Deployment

Code is compiled to a build directory, build the code and copy that to your web server.

# install
npm install
# build files for deployment
npm run build

BrewBench fermenter

BrewBench screenshot

BrewBench Wiring Diagram

Download the Fritzing Diagram here

BrewBench Wiring Diagram

Download the Fritzing Diagram here

BrewBench wired up

Thanks

About

BrewBench is a brew monitor and controller Developed by Andrew Van Tassel ©2018.

Help

For help look at the forum or start a conversation on gitter.

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