DigiQ DX2 Pit Controller by BBQ Guru
The DigiQ DX, Digital Competitor is a whole new era of software power and simple sophistication never before seen in a monitoring and control device. This little marvel will let you do things you never imagined were possible. For the past 5 years our Competitor model has been our biggest seller and we just made it easier to use, more accurate and added some features at the request of our customers. The DigiQ II comes with two high temperature stainless steel armored probes. (pit & food probes)
The DigiQ DX is the latest version of the DigiQ controller. We have upgraded the relay to allow this control to power two 25 cfm fans. There is no need to purchase a Power Raptor (fan booster) with this unit
Anyone would agree that a hot pit cooks quicker than a cold pit. The problem is that when the internal meat temperature over-shoots or goes too high, the meat becomes dry, tough or both. The BBQ GURU uses a microprocessor chip to calculate and control your pit temperature via the Turbo Power Draft Fan , so that the selected meat temperature is NEVER exceeded.
How does The BBQ GURU do this?
Simply put, as the meat temperature naturally increases The BBQ GURU maintains the pit temperature throughout the cook to ensure a consistent and effective cook. When using "Ramp Mode" it decreases or “ramps down” the pit temperature at a proportional rate using controlled power draft. Once you use The BBQ Guru, You simply will NOT want to cook without it!.
The BBQ GURU can be used to :
Always Know Exactly:
- cold smoke cheese, fish and meats
- Dry and smoke jerky, peppers or fruit
- Dry spices and herbs to make your own rubs
- Bake bread
- Make pizza, casserole and cobbler
- Make stuffed apples,peppers and cabbage
- BBQ pork, brisket, ribs, chicken, etc.
- Grill steaks, burgers, vegetables, fish
- Sear meats at high temps
- Hold meat at low temperatures
- What Your Pit Temperature is
- What Your Meat Temperature is
- How Your Meat Is Cooking
- Regardless of Time or Number of Pounds
- How Many Degrees From Done You Are
- What Your Cooking Rate and Doneness Are