Over the last 2 years, Applied Control Electronics in Placerville Ca, has worked with Kuma Stoves Inc. to develop the digital controls for the Madera pellet grill. The control system, called Logic~Fire, is a smart yet easy to use design that delivers even temperatures no matter the weather outside. The controls react quickly to different conditions creating a temperature reference point then makes precise adjustments to maintain that temperature. Terry Burke, lead software developer, calls this “ambient temperature compensation”. Regardless of the weather conditions, the amount of food on the grill, or the type of BBQ pellet that you are using, the Madera pellet grill with Logic~Fire will compensate to maintain an even set temperature.
In addition to the precision temperature, the control has an onboard meat probe input that allows you to cook large cuts of meat to a specific internal temperature. The control also features a low temperature alarm, different climate zone program modes, and variable fan speed for controlled smoke production. All of these features in a simple, easy to use, control that gets you grilling with the push of a button.