Inkbird Pre-Wired Dual Stage Digital Temperature Controller Outlet Thermostat 110V, 1100W Heating and Cooling for Fermentation Kegerator Heating Mat ect
|Price:||$34.99 & FREE Shipping|
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- Simple to use: plug it in, set the temp ranges, place the probe, plug in the heater/cooler into the marked outlet.
- Be able to connect with refrigeration and heating equipment at the same time.
- Easily calibrated.
- Can display in Centigrade or Fahrenheit.
- Whether you need temperature control for fermentation, greenhouse, kombucha control or to set up your temperature project system, the ITC-308 temperature controller is a great choice.
Frequently bought together
Customers also shopped for
Customers who bought this item also bought
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
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
Dimension Body: 140x68x33mm (5.5x2.7x1.3inch)
Sensor Length: 2m / 6.56ft
Input Power Cable Length: 1.5m (5ft)
Output Power Cable Length: 30cm (1ft)
Buzzer Alarm: High and Low Temperature Alarm
Over-temperature and sensor fault alarm
Heating/Cooling differential function could be set separately for refrigeration and heating to protect temperature controller from violent change.
Sensor Type: NTC sensor (Including)
Ambient Temperature: -30~ 75 ° C / -22~ 167 ° F
Storage Temperature: -20~ 60 ° C / -4~ 140 ° F
Humidity 20~85% (No Condensate)
Warranty: 1 Year
It has certificate of EMC, LVD, RoHS, FCC compliance.
1x Temperature controller ITC308
288 customer reviews
Review this product
Read reviews that mention
Showing 1-8 of 288 reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I plugged in my AC (old window unit sits on floor now) and my space heater (both are analog, not digital), set my desired temp, set my high and low 4deg from desired temp, reset my exsisting temp reader in room (to measure my t-dat the next morning) and walked away.
Woke up and my t-dat is 6!!! Worked flawlessly. Not only is my room temp perfect now (all year long), you are saving me money yet again! Much better to have blasts of heating or cooling than to continually run one or the other.
The old freezer I have can now be used as a beer fridge or programmed back to a freezer if I have the need.
So easy to use. Instructions are well written with easy to follow flow charts. Another bonus of this device is that I can limit the compressor use of my old freezer with the controller and lengthen it’s useful life. Setting a higher temp range (like 30-35F) allows for the compressor to rest when not truly needed.
Check out some of the beer brewer videos that use this device posted on YouTube... it will all make sense.
Bought this to control the band heater on a 1 gallon jar to make kombucha.
I set the temperature differential to 1 degree and every time I check it the temp is +/- 1/2 of a degree from setpoint (78 degrees) every time.
And I checked the temp with a separate high quality thermometer and the Inkbird temp and my thermometer temp matched.
If it did not match there is a feature on the Inkbird to calibrate it.
My only regret is that I wish I would have bought the model with the smaller probe.
I thought it would be a good idea to stick the probe down into the kombucha while it was fermenting.
But, the long probe interfered with the formation of my scoby.
The good news is the probe is removable and a replacement can easily be plugged in.
I bought a smaller probe (Amazon # B01AW1PBZ0) and taped it on the outside of the jar and then covered it with a square of Reflectix insulation so the probe sensed just the jar temp and not the ambient air temp.
Setup was relatively easy, and the instructions included in the pamphlet are fairly straightforward. I definitely recommend reading the instructions thoroughly.
Once the parameters were set, I plugged the freezer into the "cooling" outlet, and the Inkbird did its job. I've only had it for a couple days, so I can't review its longevity. I'll revisit this review in a few weeks and post an update.