Joule users attempting to cook at higher elevations may notice that Joule will not operate when certain high temperatures are attempted.
Joule has a built-in atmospheric pressure sensor designed to safeguard the maximum allowable temperature to prevent your water from reaching boiling point. When cooking with Joule at elevation, you may need to manually modify the temperature and timing of your cooks to account for this.
Here are several links with helpful information on cooking at elevation:
2. Boiling Point at Altitude Calculator: