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InkBird Two-Stage Controller

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$35.00 (You save $4.99)
1.95 LBS
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Product Description


Main features:

Plug and play design, ready to use out of the box;

Dual stage controller, can connect a pump and a heater at the same time to maintain a narrow temperature control window;

Temperature Display: F or C

Maximum output load: 1100W(110V);

Dual display window: Display Actual and Set Point Temperatures at the same time

Compressor delay protection

High and low temperature alarms

Over-temperature and sensor fault alarm

Heating/Cooling differential functions can be set separately



Temperature Control Range : -50~99 °C / -58~210 ° F

Temperature Resolution: 0.1 ° C / 0.1° F T

emperature Accuracy: ±1°C (-50 ~ 70°C) / ±1°F (-50 ~ 160° F)

Temperature Control Mode :On/Off Control, Heating and Cooling

Input Power: 100 ~240VAC, 50Hz/60Hz

Temperature Control Output: Max. 10A, 100V ~240V AC

Buzzer Alarm: High and Low Temperature Alarm

Sensor Type: NTC sensor (Included)

Sensor Cord Length: 2m / 6.56ft

Dimension Body: 140x68x33mm (5.5x2.7x1.3inch)

Socket: 85x42x24mm(3.3x1.7x1inch)

Ambient Temperature: -30~ 75 ° C / -22~ 167 ° F

Storage Temperature: -20~ 60 ° C / -4~ 140 ° F

Humidity 20~85% (No Condensate)

Warranty: 1 Year


Package Content:

1x ITC-308S Temperature Controller;

1x 1.97" Female to Male NTC Sensor

1x Manual

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  1. How can you not have this controller 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Oct 2016

    I'm a process engineer and have used temp controllers for all kinds of process control. I bought this controller with the jacket and pump from Gotta-Brew and for the price it works Phenomenally!!! I only use it for cooling, no heat ambient temps in Southern CA 76 F on average, no need for heat. literally, set it to fahrenheit, set your process temp, put the prob in the thermowell, make sure your water lines are connected and go. Without this system I was at the mercy of the weather to stay around 70-72, just barely enough for a full fermentation of ale, with the jacket, pump and controller, I holding it at 68-69 for the entire 7-day fermentation cycle. I may even try a lager now. don;t give it a second thought, just buy it and make some beer.

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