Saturday, July 23, 2011

Update to the iQue 110 temperature controller

We just posted an update to our review of the iQue 110 temperature controller. After some discussions with the manufacturer, we decided that because we had used a different method of measuring and calculating the performance of this unit, comparisons with other brands weren't really valid.

We re-ran our tests and measured the cooker temperature in the manner in which we did for the BBQ Guru NanoQ, and we calculated the accuracy and swing numbers using the same method we used for the NanoQ and the Auber Instruments controller.

Bottom line? Well several of the numbers got better and a few got a little worse. Our personal view hasn't changed, however. This is a great little controller that we will continue to use when we want a quick and simple controller that will keep our cooker close to our target.



At July 31, 2011 at 4:25 PM , Blogger Chris said...

I guess one of these days I might try one of the temp control devices on our Eggs but I've been fine just using the slide vent and DFMT. I appreciate your thorough and detailed reviews. I always feel like I'm getting objective facts from your posts.

At August 3, 2011 at 1:14 AM , Blogger us.azbil said...

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