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Cheap eBay Heat Belt

Discussion in 'Electronics, Hardware & Software' started by McDuck, 23/7/19.

 

  1. McDuck

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    Posted 23/7/19
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    Posted 24/7/19
    Buy yourself a temp controller like an inkbird or one from kegland or keg king.
    Plug your heating belt into the heat plug on the temp controller, attach the temp probe to your fermenter covered by a bit of insulation like a bit of stubble holder material.
    Set your temp controller to 20°. If your laundry is below 20° the heat belt will kick in keeping it at around 20°.
    Ideally you would have your fermenter in a fridge with the fridge plugged into the cooling plug and heat belt in the heat plug on the temp controller and would have heat and cooling control .

    *edit ... Set the temp controller to 18° or the temperature you want to keep it at ;)
     
    Last edited: 24/7/19
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