Here’s at the ITC-1000. First, some background… The STC-1000 is a very popular homebrewing temperature controller. One caveat of the STC-1000 (for some) is that the vast majority (maybe all?) display in Celsius only. Yes you can do some firmware re-flashing and such things, but as far as off the shelf units, the vast majority read in Celsius,
Enter the Inkbird ITC-1000… It’s 110 V, Dual Stage (can control both heating and cooling output), has an alarm to indicate sensor failure or high temperature and… it displays in Fahrenheit… finally! It’s also said to be more user friendly than the STC-1000.
The STC-1000 was already a great controller, arguably the best value in temperature controllers. These improvements seem to make a great thing even better.
Front of the ITC-1000
The top of the controller displays a wiring diagram.
Back of the controller. This removable plate partially shields the wire connections.
Note – These are the current versions, as of this posting, however, software versions and manuals change over time. – ITC-1000F
ITC-1000 Step by Step Build – AHA guide, intended for the STC-1000 but compatible with the ITC-1000
Also Consider: Inkbird Pre-Wired Dual Stage Temp Controller