Inkbird Dual Stage 12V(DC) Digital Temperature Controller Fahrenheit Thermostat
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- Fahrenheit and Celsius Display Can Be Choose
- Alarm When Temperature Exceeds the Limit or When Sensor Error
- 2 Relays, Switch Between Cooling and Heating Modes
- Control the Temperature by Setting the Temperature Set Value and the Difference Value
- Temperature Calibrating, Refrigerating control output delay protection
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NOTE: The manual is the same with 110V manual. If the description on the unit is 12V, pls connect 12V device. Don't connect 110V Device. Thanks for your understanding.
Front Panel Size: 75(L)*34.5(W)mm Mounting Size: 71(L)*29(W)mm
Product Size：75(L)*34.5(W)*85(D)mm Sensor Length: 2m (include the probe)
Output: 2 Relays
Temperature Measuring Range: -50～210 oF / -50 oC-99 oC
Resolution: 0.1 oF / 0.1 oC
Accuracy: ±1 oF（-50 oF -160 oF）/ ±1 oC（-50 oC -70 oC）
Power Supply: 12V DC 50Hz/60Hz
Power Consumption: 3W
; Sensor: NTC Sensor
Relay Contact Capacity: Cooling (10A/250VDC)/ Heating (10A/250VDC);
Ambient Temperature: 0 oC-60 oC
Storage Temperature: -30 oC-75 oC
Relative Humidity: 20-85% (No Condensate)
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Not too hard to work with.
Instructions provided are incorrect. They tell you to wire the load directly, which does not work. You have to treat it like a SWITCH in a circuit. Your device you are powering still has to have it's hot or (+) to direct power and the common or (-) need to be wired through the SWITCH. You will also have to bridge power to the switch from the (+).
Use a project box to make it look presentable.
12v means simple to run off battery & solar panel for heat collectors, attic fans, etc.
The instructions and markings arent very clear - so pay special note to the description of the product to make sure its the voltage(s) you need.
The probe is very delicate, as it died on me within a week of having the product. Luckily I had a spare, so no harm no foul. I cant comment if my application destroyed it or it is of low quality or i only too off 1 star for this.