- Welcome to FireBoard
- FireBoard Account & App Download
- Activate Your FireBoard
- Account & Activation FAQ
- Connect to Bluetooth
- Bluetooth FAQ
- Connect to WiFi
- WiFi FAQ
FireBoard App & Cloud
- Advanced Settings
- Voice Control Devices
- FireBoard Cloud API
- FireBoard App & Cloud FAQ
FireBoard 2 Series
- Screen Views
- Device Specifications
- FBX2 Series FAQ
- FBX11 Operations
- FBX11 Screen Views
- FBX11 Probes
- FBX11 Specifications
- FBX11 FAQ
Yoder ACS Controller
- FireBoard + Yoder
- Yoder FAQ
- Drive Basics
- Drive Fan Cable
- Compatible Fans
- Drive Blower
- Fan Installation
- Powering Your Fan
- Using a Fan with Fire
- Drive Programs
- Drive Settings
- Drive FAQ
- Probe Types
- Probe Care & Maintenance
- Probe FAQ
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Power Test
- Diagnostics & Log Files
- Repairs & Warranty
- Factory Reset
- FireBoard Beta Program
Knowledge Base and Support
This section will provide you with operation information for the FireBoard 2 Series: the FireBoard 2, the FireBoard 2 Drive, and the FireBoard 2 Pro. Make sure you’ve followed the steps to create your FireBoard account and activate your FireBoard.
For the purposes of this guide, the top of the FireBoard has the FireBoard logo and the bottom has the probe and charging ports; however, the screen is responsive and will rotate 180°.
You can access information about your device by holding any button for two seconds then pressing the button next to “Info” on the screen. Press any button to navigate away from the Info screen.
The FireBoard 2 will require the FireBoard Drive Cable for fan use, while the FireBoard 2 Drive and FireBoard 2 Pro allow a fan to plug directly into the unit via the integrated 2.5mm port. Visit the Drive Operations section to learn more about using a fan with FireBoard.
Using your FireBoard is simple.
- Turn the unit on: press any button.
- Connect your temperature probes.
Once you’ve connected temperature probes, the FireBoard will automatically start logging temperatures and displaying them on the screen. After you’ve activated your FireBoard, you’re ready to start tracking your temperatures remotely, keep detailed notes on your sessions, get temperature alerts, and more.
Please note that the FireBoard will automatically reconnect to any wireless networks which have been previously configured and are still available. Temperatures are also always available over Bluetooth, provided it is in range (approx 100’). See the Bluetooth section for more information about Bluetooth connections.
A new session will automatically be started once temperature data is being pushed. You can easily modify the session name and add notes via the “Sessions” view of the app. For more information, visit the Sessions section.
Start logging temperature data by plugging a probe into one of the six available channels. Your FireBoard takes a temperature reading every five seconds for each probe connected.
View your temperature readings in the App on the Dashboard.
Power on your unit by pressing any of the buttons.
Holding any button for two seconds will bring up the main menu. Select the menu item with a quick click of the corresponding button. The menu will close automatically after five seconds if nothing has been selected.
The top button toggles through screen views. There are five main view options:
- Multi-Channel Temperature: shows temperatures on all six channels
- Single Channel Temperature: shows temperature of selected channel
- Single Channel Graph: shows the graph for the selected channel
- Multi-Channel Temperature & Single Channel Graph: shows temperature of all channels and graph of selected channel temperature
Each of the buttons provides different functions on the screen views. In general: the top button toggles through screen views, the middle button changes the selected channel, and the bottom button toggles display options.
To power the unit off, hold any of the buttons, then press the button next to “Power Off”.
Basic operation of Drive functions is also possible on the FireBoard unit. View the Drive via the FireBoard section for more details.