I've had my Bradley smoker for around 4 months now and still experimenting with cooking times etc for different meats. I noticed that there are an active bunch of modders here who have changed or doubled the heating elements, added fans or even PID controllers to their smokers and this got me thinking.
A few years back I developed a four channel thermostat / lighting controller for my reptiles. This uses a digital temp sensor and a PID routine to determine the pulse length to be sent to the heater to maintain the desired temperature.
I was contemplating re-compiling the code for a single channel unit for use with the Bradley, however my main concern is the use of the digital probe rather than a thermocouple in the environment. Whilst it can handle the temperature range, its the affect the smoke etc would have on it, and thus would welcome comments.