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 on: March 13, 2018, 12:13:20 PM 
Started by d5knapp - Last post by d5knapp
What would a setup like that cost?

If you have internet available you are looking at about $350-400 depending on how many thermocouples and thermistors you want to run. The plus side of going with this controller is that it has many many more options for things in the future. you can hook relays and switches up to turn on barn heaters, close doors, ect. The customer service is also awesome, they were very helpful during the install process with any questions I had.

 on: March 13, 2018, 10:41:34 AM 
Started by d5knapp - Last post by E Yoder
What would a setup like that cost?

 on: March 13, 2018, 09:28:10 AM 
Started by d5knapp - Last post by d5knapp
attached are a few pics of my set up I figured id share with the group. I installed a X-410 controller with 5 sensor probes and one thermocouple for reading Exhaust Gas Temperatures (EGT's). Now I can monitor temperatures wherever I go. It came in handy the other night when I had a long day at work. I opened the mobile app and noticed that EGT's were only at 260 and water temp was 6 degrees below bottom set point (165). I new that the stove was out of wood and burning up the last of coals. A quick call to the wife and she did her best to throw some wood in, it was enough to get the stove up to temp until I came home :) :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

 on: March 13, 2018, 07:55:35 AM 
Started by Radio Tech1964 - Last post by MD20/20
don't buy from that seller...

 on: March 13, 2018, 06:32:52 AM 
Started by d5knapp - Last post by E Yoder

 on: March 13, 2018, 05:54:38 AM 
Started by d5knapp - Last post by d5knapp
so today I was monitoring my G200 from working through my mobile app and I happen to catch it during a very HOT cycle. EGT's were averaging 400-405 degrees F and water temp was raising almost 2 degrees per minute!!!! WOW!! its not very often that I catch it cycle that hard, usually EGT's are around 350-360 and it raises about 1 degree per minute.

 on: March 13, 2018, 04:47:11 AM 
Started by Radio Tech1964 - Last post by Radio Tech 1964
I plan on replacing mine this summer providing it doesn't go totally off the charts before then.

 on: March 10, 2018, 02:36:34 PM 
Started by Farmer Rob - Last post by CornFarmer416
On my 4th season with a BL 3444 heating my 2600 sq ft ranch house +basement, also a 4car attached garage with 11ft ceiling.  I plan to build a barn and also heat it. Ití a great stove with no problems. I really like that you can unbolt the water jacket for future replacement. Good stove if you ask me.

 on: March 10, 2018, 07:04:03 AM 
Started by Farmer Rob - Last post by Farmer Rob
 Thank you I am looking at ether this company or perhaps Polar with a third choice being Heat Master.

 on: March 09, 2018, 09:32:47 PM 
Started by Farmer Rob - Last post by Revx1000
How much wood I use in a year really depends on the weather. This year for example looking like  13 cords or so , we have had extreme cold this year . There was three weeks of - 40 -45 plus some wind . This week along few nights of - 30  now thd weather man's says plus 3 to 6 for highs next week.  Size of bulding you heat ,the age etc all factors .  This year we started the unit in Sept and will run into April, so this year will be a long and bigger season . Do I think it uses to much wood NO , setting the unit and having seasoned and dry wood are big factors. I like to use the rounds cut to 3 ft in the colder time then the split stuff when warmer . I do find the split stuff does not last as long but that may be do to the fact that I don't stack it I  there as neat as the rounds  they are very robust unit with very good welds unlike some of their competitors that are having some leaks due to pour welding . I too also clean on a weekly bases and scrape and sweep the upper chamber to help maximize heat transfer . I season my wood in a shed then stack it into the crates in spring cover then ready for the next season . The math tells me that it has paid for it self in four short years by not having monthly gas bills.    For the record iam not a dealer nor am I paid by  p/m . I spent close to a year looking at all the different units beore I bought , service , sales and knowledge  were all factors for me . Brian has been great to deal with before and after the sale . My opinion you can't go wrong with this brand   

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