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Introducing the Inkbird temperature controllers! We searched far and wide for the most affordable/reliable "plug and play" temp controller (no wiring needed) and settled with Inkbird. Product Features Plug and play design for easy use Dual relay output - able to connect with refrigeration and heating equipment at the same time Supports the display of Centigrade or Fahrenheit units(-50~99 °C / -58~210 °F ) Maximum output load: 1100W(110V) Dual display window - able to display measured temperature and set temperature at the same time Temperature calibration settings for accurate readings Compressor delay protection for refrigeration control High and low temperature alarms Over-temperature and sensor fault alarm Additional Specs Temperature Control Range : -50~99 °C / -58~210 ° F Temperature Resolution: 0.1 ° C / 0.1° F Temperature 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 (Including) Sensor Length: 6.56ft Input Power Cable Length: 5ft Output Power Cable Length: 1ft Dimension Body: 5.5x2.7x1.3inch Get yours HERE!
My Tangerously hoppy IPA is on Day 5 of its fermenting. Temps in the fermenter are between 64 - 68 with the Safale US-05 Yeast. is this too hot? I am in a vertical fermenter so I cannot easily termperature control as I do my LBKs by putting them in a mini fridge hooked to a ladybird temp controller.
As a newbie I want to get it right. So i was wondering if anyone have any advise about temperature control. What about just putting it in a fridge? I know it's a dumb question but why not? Thank You in advanced!!
I am brewing my first batch of temp controlled brew via the ink bird temp controller and a fridgidaire mini fridge. Warming up for the brown bag special I plan to brew later this month which has a low brewing temp!