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Crusty

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Does anyone know where I can get a temp controller for my fermenting fridge that's plug & play, 16A with heating & cooling plugs.
I have a TempMate that needs to be wired up & put in an enclosure but the mate that usually does some jobs for me has left town so I have no way of getting it done.

OR: Does anyone want to wire this thing up in an enclosure with two plugs, heating & cooling for me for a fee, after Christmas. I know it's not that hard to do but I don't want to do it.
Cheers
 

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Does anyone know where I can get a temp controller for my fermenting fridge that's plug & play, 16A with heating & cooling plugs.
I have a TempMate that needs to be wired up & put in an enclosure but the mate that usually does some jobs for me has left town so I have no way of getting it done.

OR: Does anyone want to wire this thing up in an enclosure with two plugs, heating & cooling for me for a fee, after Christmas. I know it's not that hard to do but I don't want to do it.
Cheers
www.iBrew.com.au

No affiliation, just where I got my 2 fully wired STC-1000s from. :icon_cheers:
 

stux

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No affiliation, just where I got my 2 fully wired STC-1000s from. :icon_cheers:
the STC-1000 is only 10A, but Crusty do you really *need* 16A circuits for a fermenting fridge? They only draw about 1A max, and maybe at startup surge a bit, but not enough to set off a breaker.
 

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Country Brewer sell a 10A & 16A controller on their website.
 

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+1 for keg king, that's where I got mine.
 

Crusty

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the STC-1000 is only 10A, but Crusty do you really *need* 16A circuits for a fermenting fridge? They only draw about 1A max, and maybe at startup surge a bit, but not enough to set off a breaker.
Probably not Stux but it seems the 10A ones only have one plug for heating or cooling.
The 16A one I saw somewhere has two plugs, heating & cooling.
My TempMate has 20A capabilities I think.

Cheers guys, I'll look around.
 

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If you can get it to Coffs, i have a mate that's a sparky
I'll talk to him and see if he'll do it for cheap (if he's up for doing it)
 

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If you can get it to Coffs, i have a mate that's a sparky
I'll talk to him and see if he'll do it for cheap (if he's up for doing it)
I'll see how i go, thanks for the offer.
Cheers
 

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