Inkbird ITC-308 Dual Stage Digital Temp Controller + Hands on Review

Inkbird Itc-308 Digital Temperature Controller Outlet Thermostat, 2-stage, 1000w, w/ Sensor

Itc-308 Dual Stage, Pre-Wired Digital Temperature Controller by Inkbird

Dual stage means that the Itc-308 can control both a heating and cooling device.  Alternatively, it can control a heating or a cooling device.  This controller displays in Fahrenheit and Centigrade.  Maximum output is 1,100 watt at 110 volts.  Dual Display shows both measured and set temperature.

Use to control fermentation or kegerator temperatures. This is a great controller. Check out my [Hands on Review]

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Inkbird Itc-308 Digital Temperature Controller Outlet Thermostat, 2-stage, 1100w, w/ Sensor

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3 thoughts on “Inkbird ITC-308 Dual Stage Digital Temp Controller + Hands on Review

  1. Annehuang

    [HBF Editors Note – this comment is from Anne Huang – an employee of Inkbird the manufacturer of this temperature controller] – Thanks for your concern about Inkbird temperature controller. Inkbird Tech always listen customers feedback and improve our items well from you. Now we have improve this issue. When the alarm is on, the unit can trigger the cooling or heating element at the same time. Please note it.

    1. Jeff R

      Is it possible to apply this fix to my current unit? Because this would be great! I could probably find a couple different uses for the unit as well.

  2. Jeff R

    I have one of these and am very satisfied with it. It works at least as well as similar units that cost twice as much. I was even able to calibrate the temperature probe with my thermapen as a reference.

    One note: if you set a temperature alarm, high or low, the unit won’t trigger the cooling or heating elements until the alarm is cleared. So I don’t recommend using this alarm feature. But it holds temps in the target range exceedingly well anyhow, so I guess I haven’t needed the alarm feature.


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