TIMBERLINE PELLET SENSOR

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The Traeger Pellet Sensor allows you to check the status of your pellet level remotely using the Traeger app.  Once selected from the menu, it will display the current level of pellets, in 5% increments.

 

AVAILABILITY & COMPATIBILITY

This pellet sensor comes standard on the new Timberline grills and the upcoming new Ironwood grills. 

  • This pellet sensor is different from the D2 Pellet Sensor compatible with other D2 grills. 

 

HOW TO REPLACE/INSTALL A PELLET SENSOR

  1. Remove hopper side access panel.
  2. Remove smart combustion cover.
  3. Locate the pellet sensor cable and disconnect from the motherboard.
  4. Open hopper lid.
  5. Remove the two screws from the pellet sensor mount.
  6. Pull the old pellet sensor up and out of the hopper, feeding the connector through a small hole in the hopper wall.
  7. To replace, feed the new pellet sensor cable through a small hole in the hopper wall.
  8. Fasten the pellet sensor to its mounting bracket with two screws.
  9. Connect the cable to the motherboard.
  10. Route the cable appropriately.
  11. Attach smart combustion cover.
  12. Attach hopper side access panel.

 

CALIBRATING THE TIMBERLINE PELLET SENSOR

The pellet sensor on new Timberline grills is different from the D2 Pellet Sensor and does not need to be calibrated.

 

PELLET SENSOR NOTIFICATIONS

This system will send you push notifications and alarms through the Traeger app on your smart device when your pellets are getting low, protecting your cook from running out of fuel.

PELLET SENSOR PELLET LEVEL

If the Traeger Pellet Sensor is properly connected, it will display, PELLET SENSOR Pellet Level: XX%

This notification is for informational purposes and does not require any action unless the level is low, in which case you should add more pellets.

PELLET SENSOR DISCONNECTED

If the Traeger Pellet Sensor is not properly connected, it will display PELLET SENSOR Sensor Disconnected Pellet Level: 0%.

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