Century Digital Cooling Thermostat Controller [Fermentation or Kegerator]

Century Digital Cooling Thermostat Controller for Cooling Device 40-108°F

Century Digital Cooling Thermostat Controller for Cooling Device 40-108°F


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  • EFFORTLESS COOLING SETUP: Simply place the probe, plug-in the thermostat controller, and use the large 3-button interface to choose your desired temperature setting. Digital display supports units in both Fahrenheit and Celsius.
  • EASE OF MIND: Handy LED cooling and power indicator lights allow you to see the controller’s status even in total darkness. Controller features a convenient hanging tab, and a bright, easy-to-read display inside a tough plastic housing.
  • RUGGED CONSTRUCTION: The cord for the temperature probe and grounded 3-prong plug measure an extended 6-feet in length, designed to suit almost any application you can imagine.
  • Temperature control range is 40-108°F, temperature display range is 32 -140°F. Rated Voltage is 120VAC 60Hz, Max Loading: 8.3A 1000W. Do not immerse controller or probe into water.

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Century Digital Cooling Thermostat Controller for Cooling Device 40-108°F


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2 thoughts on “Century Digital Cooling Thermostat Controller [Fermentation or Kegerator]

  1. Federico Brigatti

    Here are the mode switch instructions from a helpful reviewer on Amazon:

    To switch the mode, unplug the thermostat and any load that is connected to it. While holding the set button and the down button, plug the thermostat in. Hold buttons until F or C lights up. Then unplug it again, and plug it back in. It will now be in the opposite mode.

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  2. Federico Brigatti

    Have this unit. Not bad, especially for the lightning deal price. However, be aware that it could arrived mis-programmed as a *heat* thermostat. One of the reviews on Amazon explains in detail how to re-program it. I ended up overcarbing a beer because I set this unit at 43f and strapped the probe to a 40f keg: this unit turned on the compressor in the kegerator treating at a heather and kept it running until I happened to notice that teh temp had dropped to 33f!!! After re-programming, it works great.

    Just be aware of the possible issue!

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