TEMP CONTROLLER, 240V/30A AUBER CUBE ECONOMY CONTROLLER via Brew Hardware.More Info
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The Auber Instruments Cube controller is a feature rich tabletop style controller capable of providing precise temperature control as well as boil intensity control for boil kettles. It can handle up to a 6000 watt element. The heart of the system is the EZboil “brain” that is unsurpassed by any other industry PID. We’ve been recommending Auber controllers for years and finally started stocking units for your convenience. This is essentially a single vessel controller, suited very well for BIAB vessels but it could also be used for a budget multi-vessel controller if you’re willing to swap plugs between elements.
In Mash Mode, set a target temperature by twisting the input knob and pressing in the knob to set it. An advanced PID algorithm will run the element as aggressively as possible without overshooting to get you brewing as fast as possible. When the temp is reached it will sound an internal alarm and start an internal mash timer.
In Boil Mode, the unit will run the element 100% output to ramp to a boil quickly but as soon as it approaches boil, it will sound an alarm and automatically ramp the power down to whatever power setting you’ve entered. This avoids boilovers without having to watch the kettle like a hawk.
This economical version of the Cube controller has two auxiliary 120 volt outlets that are each controlled by panel-mount on/off switches. This is typically used to control a pump or two. Due to this feature, the power input for the entire controller is 4-wire (hot, hot, neutral, ground). This package includes the L14-30R receptacle for power input but not the cable or the male plug. See an accessory cable in the list on the right.
The standard temperature probe we offer with this controller is 4″ long and has a built in weldless bulkhead. The hole required in your pot is 9/16″. The sensor cable is quick disconnectable from both the controller box via XLR plug and also on the probe end so you can move your kettles easily for cleaning without removing the entire probe.
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