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 ====== CD101 PID Controller ====== ====== CD101 PID Controller ======
  
-  *  ​[[http://​www.sureelectronics.net/​goods.php?​id=421|Sure Electronics ​CD101]] - Cheap ($33 USD), K-type thermocouple only, Keith used this one in his [[http://​www.neufeld.newton.ks.us/​electronics/?​p=537|hotplate project]].+Cheap ($33 USD), K-type thermocouple (apparently this can be changed in the "​secret menu"​) 
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 +Available from [[http://​www.sureelectronics.net/​goods.php?​id=421|Sure Electronics]].  Sure sells on eBay too. 
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 +The unit I received has two control outputs, SSR (OUT1and RELAY (OUT2) and is labeled: 
 + 
 +|CODE   |FK02-VM*AN-NN\\ ZK-1018| 
 +|RANGE ​ |0-400C| 
 +|INPUT ​ |K| 
 +|OUTPUT |SSR RELAY| 
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 +Examples of this controller in use: 
 + 
 +  * Keith used this one in his [[http://​www.neufeld.newton.ks.us/​electronics/?​p=537|hotplate project]] ​(includes photos of the insides of the controller).
   * Make: volume 25 includes a [[http://​makezine.com/​25/​sousvide/​|Sous Vide Immersion Cooker]] based on this controller.  ​   * Make: volume 25 includes a [[http://​makezine.com/​25/​sousvide/​|Sous Vide Immersion Cooker]] based on this controller.  ​
     * The Make article is based on [[http://​seattlefoodgeek.com/​2010/​02/​diy-sous-vide-heating-immersion-circulator-for-about-75/​|a blog post here]].     * The Make article is based on [[http://​seattlefoodgeek.com/​2010/​02/​diy-sous-vide-heating-immersion-circulator-for-about-75/​|a blog post here]].
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 ===== User Manuals ===== ===== User Manuals =====
  
-    * [[http://​www.sureelectronics.net/​pdfs/​TE-MT007_Ver1.1_EN.pdf|Manual]] - The (incomplete) manual that ships with the unit.   +    * [[http://​www.sureelectronics.net/​pdfs/​TE-MT007_Ver1.1_EN.pdf|Manual]] - The (incomplete) manual that ships with the unit. {{:​resources:​te-mt007_ver1.1_en.pdf|local copy}} 
-    * [[http://​seattlefoodgeek.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2010/​02/​CD-101-Instruction-Manul-including-PV-adjustment.pdf|Another manual that documents some additional options]]+    * [[http://​seattlefoodgeek.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2010/​02/​CD-101-Instruction-Manul-including-PV-adjustment.pdf|Another manual that documents some additional options]] ​{{:​resources:​cd-101-instruction-manul-including-pv-adjustment.pdf|local copy}} 
 +      * This includes information about the "meter parameter mode" or "​secret menu"
  
 ===== Undocumented Settings / Features ===== ===== Undocumented Settings / Features =====
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 These settings can be accessed by holding SET and < at the same time for 3s, then setting Cod to 0000.  More information is available in the 2nd user manual given above. These settings can be accessed by holding SET and < at the same time for 3s, then setting Cod to 0000.  More information is available in the 2nd user manual given above.
 +  * SL 1 sets the input type, defaults is K-type thermocouple. ​ Chart in 2nd manual listed above.
 +    * I haven'​t verified that other inputs actually function correctly, but Scott'​s Sous Vide cooker uses a PT100 sensor and it apparently works. UPDATE: SL1=1100 setting for PT100 changes the display to include one decimal point. //David 23/02/2011 //
   * SL 2 = 0000 sets the unit to display all temperatures in Celsius   * SL 2 = 0000 sets the unit to display all temperatures in Celsius
   * SL 2 = 0001 sets the unit to display all temperatures in Fahrenheit   * SL 2 = 0001 sets the unit to display all temperatures in Fahrenheit
   * SL 6 = 0001 disables OUT2 (the relay output) and stops the audible clicking associated with it   * SL 6 = 0001 disables OUT2 (the relay output) and stops the audible clicking associated with it
 +  * SL10 = 0001 enable STOP mode (which doesn'​t appear to work correctly anyway)
 +  * SL10 = 1000 enable ST (Self Tune) mode - makes ST appear in the menus
  
  
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     * Pressing the R/S button for 2 sec results in STOP being shown on the upper display, but the outputs continue to function. ​ According to the documentation,​ outputs and alarms should be disabled in STOP mode.  If anyone knows how to fix this, please let me know.   --- //jeff 01/12/2011 12:53//     * Pressing the R/S button for 2 sec results in STOP being shown on the upper display, but the outputs continue to function. ​ According to the documentation,​ outputs and alarms should be disabled in STOP mode.  If anyone knows how to fix this, please let me know.   --- //jeff 01/12/2011 12:53//
  
 +===== Photos =====
 +Photos of CD101 disassembly thanks to [[http://​www.neufeld.newton.ks.us/​electronics/​|Keith Neufeld]] (with permission) and [[http://​www.neufeld.newton.ks.us/​electronics/?​p=537|originally appeared here]].
  
 +{{:​resources:​dscn3654_mid.jpg?​500|CD101 Front Panel}}\\ 
 +{{:​resources:​dscn3662_mid.jpg?​500|Side view}}\\ 
 +{{:​resources:​dscn3637_mid.jpg?​500|PCB front}}\\ 
 +{{:​resources:​dscn3643_mid.jpg?​500|PCB back}}\\ 
 +{{:​resources:​dscn3646_mid.jpg?​500|Display back}}\\
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