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User's Guide

Learn how to calibrate, setup, and install your Flite sensor, display, and mobile app!

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3D Print Files

Download 3D print files for Flite sensor, controller, or components for free!

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Support Videos

Browse our instructional tutorials to configure and calibrate your Flite sensor!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FLITE ARCHITECTURE

HOW MANY KEG SENSORS DO I NEED?

You need 1 Flite keg sensor for EVERY keg you want to monitor.

HOW MANY CONTROLLERS DO I NEED?

You need 1 Flite display OR Flite headless controller per Flite keg sensor.

SHOULD I USE A FLITE DISPLAY OR HEADLESS CONTROLLER?

This ultimately depends on the number of kegs you have, how you would like to view your data, and how you would like to configure/calibrate your sensor when needed. If you have only a couple of kegs, the Flite display is likely the best option, as it has a local display that can be mounted near your taps. If you have more than a couple of kegs or plan to build out to more than a couple of kegs, you may want a monitor to display your data. If this is the case, a Flite display IS NOT required to connect the sensor to the monitor, and a headless option is simpler and cheaper to install. Be aware that calibrating the Flite headless controller requires you to browse the local web server, so you should be comfortable with that.

More information on calibration using the web server can be found in the Flite User's Guide

OK... A MONITOR DISPLAYING MY KEG DATA SOUNDS COOL, WHAT OPTIONS ARE SUPPORTED?

Currently there are two options supported for a monitor displaying your keg data:

  • Taplist.io - A cloud-based subscription service. The Flite controller can be configured to automatically update your kegs, and you can view and display your "keg room" on any monitor with internet access.

  • BruControl - A Windows-based software for developing custom HMI (Human Machine Interface) graphics for your brewery sensors and leveraging scripting to automate control.

  • KegScreen - A free open-source web server that reads the local Flite controllers and displays the data on a monitor connected to a Raspberry Pi. This project is in progress, more details to come soon!

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DEVELOPER SUPPORT

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Arduino

Learn how to hook up the Flite sensor to this cost-effective controller!

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Raspberry Pi

Learn how to hook up the Flite sensor to this popular low-cost computer!

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REST API

Learn how to leverage the Flite controller's REST server to get JSON data from your Flite sensor!

INTEGRATION SUPPORT

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Taplist.io

Learn how your Flite controller can automatically update this cloud-based digital taplist!

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BruControl

Learn how your Flite controller can display current data to this Windows-based HMI software!

More platforms coming soon...

FLITE DIY SUPPORT

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Flite Products DIY

Learn how to build your own Flite sensor and controller from a kit or from scratch!