Temperature vs Time: Is there a way to pull the data?

z.hart

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I had an issue with my Ironwood and the Treager HelpDesk logged into my grill via the UUID and was able to look at the historical temperatures. Is there a way we consumers can do that? I'd love to be able to see what temperature my grill has been operating at after an overnight smoke, or after having been away from the grill for a period of time.
 

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Welcome! Traeger hasn’t allowed the app to access the data. They need to. I have emailed them with the request as well as allow the app to rotate to Landscape mode.
 

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Wow they have that data but haven’t made it available to the end users app? This to me is a much needed feature and should be available by now. Rectec has this. Bbq guru and fireboard have this. All we have is a fancy thermometer.
 

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Wow they have that data but haven’t made it available to the end users app? This to me is a much needed feature and should be available by now. Rectec has this. Bbq guru and fireboard have this. All we have is a fancy thermometer.

Yup I agree.
 

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It would be awesome if the app trended the temp vs time data so that you could time the finish of the meat closley. I'll do that on paper sometimes and it works great for putting a prime rib on the Christmas table on time. It would be cool if the app did it for you.
 

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I picked up a Fireboard and am glad I did. It is pricey but I find myself using it for other things as well...like seeing what the real readings are on my conventional ovens and getting accurate readings on my Traeger. It looks like neither the controller nor the probe read right on the Traeger. It also has multiple probes so you can monitor two different items on the grill at the same time.
 

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I picked up a Fireboard and am glad I did. It is pricey but I find myself using it for other things as well...like seeing what the real readings are on my conventional ovens and getting accurate readings on my Traeger. It looks like neither the controller nor the probe read right on the Traeger. It also has multiple probes so you can monitor two different items on the grill at the same time.

LOVE my FireBoard!
 
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