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IQ110 On the Rebel 28 by Rebel Smokers

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IQ110 On the Rebel 28 by Rebel Smokers

This page details operation of the IQ110 on the Rebel 28. The Rebel 28 is a gravity feed type cooker manufactured and distributed by Rebel Smokers (www.rebelsmokers.com). This is the cooker we (pitmasterIQ BBQ) use in competitions. Here are some pictures:   This is the IQ110 inside its protective enclosure. The enclosure is a Bud Industries NBA-10162 painted black (Mouser p/ns 563-NBA-10162, 563-NBX-10911, 563-NBX-10920). Be sure to add the optional vents to the enclosure at the top to allow hot air to escape. Otherwise, the Greenhouse Effect will cause the IQ to think it's overheating on a hot cooker and...

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Chargriller Akorn Kamado

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Chargriller Akorn Kamado

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Installation on the Weber Gold and Performer Products

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Installation on the Weber Gold and Performer Products

Installing the IQ 110 Automatic BBQ Temperature Controller on the Weber Gold and Performer Products Without Removing the Ash Catcher Hardware   NOTE:  The Performer Kettle has an attachment for a propane bottle.  The propane bottle MUST be removed from the kettle and stored in a safe location while modifying the kettle and using the IQ to regulate temperature.  The charcoal should be started with a paraffin cube as shown in the usage video. Normally, the IQ110 is installed onto a kettle with ash-catcher hardware in the same way as it is installed on a Silver.  To do this, the...

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Battery Pack

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Battery Pack

1) Get two "4 D Battery Holders".  2) Wire these in series (black of pack 1 to red of pack 2) to produce 12 volts (8 x 1.5 volts per battery = 12v).  3) Wire the positive (red) of pack 1 to the center terminal of a "Size M Coaxial DC Power Plug".   4) Wire the negative (black) of pack 2 to the outer terminal of the power plug.  This will run the IQ for several long cooks.  I got 6 long cooks out of mine before I stopped testing it.  Use rechargeable D cells to save money.  Note that soldering is required...

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Rain Box

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Rain Box

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