Northern Brewer Dual-Stage Temp Controller
Expertly maintain temperatures during any stage of your fermentation or beer service with our dual stage digital temperature controller! Control from -58°F to 210°F without having to flip a switch. This easy to program controller will keep your fermenter, keezer, or conical at the right temp. Program your temp - plug in your heating and cooling devices and the controller will regulate your temperature to your desired setpoint.
Ideal for serving kegged beer at the perfect temperature or for controlling a fermentation chamber with exact precision. Mount it to the side of your fridge/kegerator or directly to the collar on your keezer build.
- Simple plug and play design with user-friendly LED interface
- Dual-stage - control both heating and cooling
- Independent adjustable Heating/Cooling differential
- Dual display window - see current temperature as well as setpoint temp at the same time.
- Fahrenheit or Celsius
- Compressor delay protection for refrigeration control
- 1000W max power
- High and low temperature and sensor fault alarms
- Control temperatures of -58° F - 210° F (-50° C - 99° C)
- Temperature Resolution: 0.1° F/ 0.1 ° C / Temperature Accuracy: 1°C / 1°F
- Body Dimensions: 5.5 in x 2.7 in x 1.3 in
- Sensor Length: 6.56ft / 2m
- Input Power Cable Length: 5ft /1.5m
- Output Power Cable Length: 1ft /30cm
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Worked freezer and heat pad on carboy temp. Held steady through fermentation
I use it im my old college fridge with a heating mat. My big mouth fermenter just fits and the system works perfectly
Works well, very Convenient. Temp seems to be off by 4 to 5 degrees
Easy to setup and no problems controlling my freezer for lagering.
This works great for regulating the temperature in either a fridge or a freezer. I picked up a cheap little chest freezer on Craigslist that is just big enough to hold 3 corny kegs and a CO2 system. You just plug in the heating/cooling devices, set the temperature and the variance, let it work. Although, in my case, I set the temp for 40 degrees and the variance for 1 degree, and thermawrap (heater) never kicked in. The freezer would kick on at 41 degrees for a few minutes and shut off when it got to 40 degrees. Then about 20 minutes later it would get to its lowest temperature (between 39.2 and 39.4 degrees) and start going back up on it's own. It was nearly an hour after the last time that the freezer kicked on before it kicked on again. So, I just took the heater off. Maybe I'll use it to make a heated bed for the cat, or something. Anyway, I would highly recommend this product. It's a pretty cool little gadget.