Universal Thermostat for Sous Vide, Electric Smoker, Charcoal Smoker
#1. Up to 8 Temperature Phases.
#2. True heavy duty, long time sustained maximum current 15A
#3. Big aluminium chassis for heat radiation
#4. Timing count down or accumulated
#5. Slow Temperature rising alarm from one phase to next phase
#6. Neighbor friendly Alarm ON/OFF button
#7. Self Tuning parameters of P,I,D.
#8. Plug and play. Cord and Sensor are included
#9. 110/240 VAC fan is available for charcoal burning smoker
#1.Electrical Smoker by controlling heating element
#2. Charcoal burning smoker by controlling a 110/240 VAC fan
#3. Sous Vide used with an rice cooker
#5 proofing dough,
#6.control the temperature of a table top toaster oven,
#7 converting a freezer to a low temperature incubator for beer formation or sour dough yeast storage.
Input voltage: 80 to 260 VAC 50 /60 Hz
Output voltage: Same as the input voltage SSR.
Maximum Current: 15A for long working time
Control Action: Heating or cooling
Control Mode PID, PI, PD P or On/off
Self Tuning: Self determine parameters of P,I,D.
Sensor type: Three conductors Pt100 RTD sensor
Sensor tip dimensions: 8 mm diameter x 150 mm long.
Sensor cable length, 6 ft (2 meters)
Alarm: High /Low Temperature
Alarm ON/Off button Neighbour Friendly
Temperature accuracy: 1°C (1°F)
Temp.Phase: 1 to 8 phases up to your programming
Timing: Count Down, or Accumulated
Temp. Rising Alarm If too long from one phase to rise to next
phase, it will alarm
Dimension: 9.5x8.8x3.8 inch (245 x220x95 mm)
Testimonial from UK buyer
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I am having excellent results with your PID Thermostat Temperature Controller.
See picture enclosed using a conventional slow cooker as a sous-vide.
I have a question: is it possible to program Phase 1 to achieve a target temperature at which temperature it will auto-switch to Phase 2.
In this way I could guarantee that the cooking in Phase 2 at the set temperature would continue for the set time, regardless of how long it took to achieve that temperature in Phase 1.
The reason is that the slow cooker takes a long time to reach temperature.
Your device is very good but this would make it even better.
Comments by the developer and seller, the woodpelletsmoker:
There is NO such problem mentioned above, please do not worry.
The thermostat counts time AFTER it reaches to target temperature.
You can program PHASE I at 70C for 1 Minute. The slower cooker may take 30 minutes to reach to 70C. the thermostat will keep this 70C for 1 minute and then turn to PHASE II. This way the real time of PHASE I is 31 minutes.
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