|Item Weight||2.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 6 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||FERM-1311|
|Amperage Capacity||10 A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Plug Format||IEC-320 C13/14|
Ohmbrew Automations FERM-1311 Fermostat, Black
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- Improve your beer with better fermentation temperature control
- Accurate to within .5 degrees Celsius
- Create detailed programs to ferment your beer over a gradual and precise range of temperatures.
- Includes 1 temperature sensor cable, 1 NEMA 5-15P input power cable and 2 NEMA 5-15R output power cords
- Data Logging allows you to view actual temperatures experienced during fermentation.
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The Fermostat from Ohmbrew Automations is a dual-stage, fully programmable thermostat for controlling the temperature of beer during the fermentation process. The Fermostat allows you to create and use programs to control fermentation temperatures throughout the process. Programs consist of a series of temperature stages, each containing a start temperature, a stop temperature and a duration. Each stage can be either be a constant temperature or a can create a positive or negative temperature slope over a variable selected time-frame. The Fermostat has internal flash memory to allow for data logging as well as a removable storage slot to allow transfer of your data and programs to a PC for further analysis and to share with friends. This also allows for the external creation of programs to transfer to the Fermostat. Ohmbrew Automations will provide a Fermostat web tool to create, store, share and download programs. The Fermostat web tool will also allow for data analysis. The Fermostat predicts future temperature fluctuations based on previously collected data and adjusts the relay operation according to previously stored characterizations, minimizing temperature overshoot and oscillations. Other applications include wine and cheese making, sous vide cooking, and terrariums.
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The Fermostat from Ohmbrew Automations is a dual-stage, fully programmable thermostat for controlling the temperature of brewing beer during the fermentation process.
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My device ended up freezing not once, not twice, but three times during one batch in the fermenter, resulting in the heat being stuck in the ON mode and pushing my brew many degrees above/below normal while I sat at work helplessly watching the temperatures rise. Not sure yet if my brew was ruined or not, yet. I had to cool it, repitch new yeast and got my FG down to where I thought it would end. Time will tell.
This device is an awesome device in theory with terrible execution and virtually 0 on going support. Save your money until they show they are serious about making the product.
*Note the image attached is unrelated to the software of this product. There is no real software to enhance the Fermostat user experience.
The company did get back to me. They helped me try a couple things in an attempt to try and fix it, which didn't work. So, they are taking the device back to either fix or replace. I am completely satisfied with their response and may have jumped the gun on my initial assessment, and I apologize. I do really like the product and am happy to get it back working again.
I have had beers mysteriously go from 67 degrees only to come home after a long weekend and find them at 80 degrees. I have had beers that were lagering freeze rock solid when the program stated that it was at 36 degrees. I don't know if it is a probe issue, or the unit itself. I guess I'll never know because they have literally no customer support. The last firmware update was three years ago!
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