CyberQ BBQ Temperature Control Safety Warnings
INSTALLATION / SAFETY INFORMATION. READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS USERGUIDE COMPLETELY BEFORE INSTALLING OR USING THIS PRODUCT!!
WARNING : FIRE HAZARD, BURN HAZARD!! Even quality electronics can fail CAUSING THE...
BBQ CyberQ Wifi Temperature Control Device Features
Built in Wi-Fi web server allows direct or remote access from your mobile device or PC
2.4 GHz, IEEE Std. 802.11gTM, Wi-Fi® certified (WFA ID: WFA16869)
16 character by two line backlit LCD display
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Probes
The probes provided with your CyberQ Wi-Fi are stainless steel precision thermocouples. The thermocouple wires have an armor braid with moisture and smoke resistant teflon insulation that is rated for temperatures up to 500 degrees ...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Power Draft Blowers
Power Draft Blowers (Fans)
All blowers are equipped with an adjustable damper and an aluminum nozzle. The blower housing is constructed of stainless steel for a clean, durable, and long lasting finish.
The 10 CFM Pit Vipe...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Keys Operation
UP - Indexes value up / scrolls
DOWN – Indexes value down / scrolls
LEFT – Selects digit / previous menu
RIGHT – Selects digit / next menu
MODIFY/ENTER (M/E) - Selects / sa...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Powering Up
After plugging in the unit, the following screen will display:
Then the IP address, Hotspot or infrastructure (INFS), will be displayed for 5 seconds as follows:
See section 8 and 9 for...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Infrastructure Mode
Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network in Infrastructure Mode
To set up a link from scratch, proceed with the following steps:
Power up the CyberQ and wait until the display shows Pairing in Hot-spot Mode.
Press and hold down the UP ...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Pairing Devices
Pairing other devices to the CyberQ in Hot-spot mode
The most basic way to use the CyberQ’s features is by directly pairing it with one or more Wi-Fi devices in hot-spot mode. While this method doesn’t enable all the CyberQ&rsq...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Email Setup
At the bottom of each CyberQ page are links to the other pages. Click on the link for Email Alerts. This page has two tables; the top table is for Setup values, and the bottom one is to report status. Fill out the setup values ...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Allow Remote Access
Enable port forwarding to allow remote access
Port forwarding is a setting in your router that will enable you to access the CyberQ when you are away from home. When the setting is enabled, your router will direct a request coming in from ...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Pages
Web Interface Control Status Screen
This screen contains the same information as the section Manual Operation – Main Screen.
You may enter names for the sensors (up to 16 characters). This will only ...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Building a Fire
Building a Proper Fire for Good Control
How you build the fire in your pit is critical for good control, especially at low cooking temperatures. Stack the charcoal inside your pit so it’s shaped like a pyramid, small at the top and l...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Firmware Updates
Firmware updates are available for download from our website at no charge. Because updates replace pre-existing data and settings, you should make note of your Wi-Fi, email and other settings prior to installing the update...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Limited Warranty
To qualify, all returns and exchanges must be accompanied by the original receipt, the original documentation, instruction manuals, parts and components (including probes, controller, and ...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Specifications
Under ideal conditions with no obstructions, the CyberQ Wi-Fi can achieve a range of up to 1000 ft. (line of sight, outdoors). Indoors, the range in unpredictable and depends greatly on the building construct...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control FAQ
My monitoring device shows I am connected to the CyberQ Wi-Fi, but I can’t view the webpages.
The CyberQ may have lost connection after a temporary signal loss. To regain access, power- cycle the CyberQ Wi-Fi by unplu...
BBQ CyberQ Temperature Control Glossary of Terms
Glossary of Networking Terms
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) – This basically means that IP addresses are not static, they can changed at any time. In the case of ISP DHCP, it means that your ISP can change your public I...