Control Products TC-9102D-HV Dual Stage High Voltage Digital Temperature Controller [fermentation and kegerator]

Control Products TC-9102D-HV Dual Stage High Voltage Digital Temperature Controller

Control Products TC-9102D-HV Dual Stage High Voltage Digital Temperature Controller via Amazon.  It’s worth noting that this is an un-wired controller.


From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

  • Bright 4-digit LED display that is perfect for all light conditions
  • Replaces Ranco ETC and Johnson Controls A419
  • Dual 20 amp relays
  • PTC temperature sensor included (-67 to 302 degrees F) with optional RTD sensor available (0 to 600
  • Easy programming with calibration and lock-out mode standard

Use to help control fermentation and kegerator temperatures.

It’s worth noting that, to our knowledge, this has been out of stock for years.  Check the product page for current price, description and availability.  Consider: Inkbird Dual Stage Temp Controller – that is a pre-wired dual stage digital temp controller

Control Products TC-9102D-HV Dual Stage High Voltage Digital Temperature Controller

Update: Since this post was published the price, availability or promotion has changed.  Check the product page for current description, price and availability.  Also: Today’s Deals on Amazon

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One thought on “Control Products TC-9102D-HV Dual Stage High Voltage Digital Temperature Controller [fermentation and kegerator]

  1. Scott

    I have this and love it. Getting it set up (wired and settings) is a bit challenging but once it’s running it’s awesome. Changing temperature for say stepping up during ferment isn’t super simple but once you understand how it works it’s not a problem.

    I built a simple paint can heater to take advantage of the dual stage function so I can ferment in winter without messing with my setup.

    I also built a junction box with a light switch (master power) and outlet (one hot and one cold) like one of the pictures show in the amazon listing. Makes it easy to mount and be able to turn off an on.

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