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#181781
How to install one thermostat(temperature controller)?Is there anyone use it for home brew .The device information like following:

Detailed Product Description
Measure range:-50~+99°C
Mounting size:71*29mm
Auto switch between refrigerating and heating
Retrun difference value
All-purpose Temperature Controller STC-1000:

Features:
Switch the modes between cool and heat; Control temperature by setting the temperature setting value and the difference value; Temperature calibration; Refrigerating control output delay protection; Alarm when temperature exceeds temperature limit or when sensor error.

Specification and Size:
1.Front panel size75(L)×34.5(W)mm;
2.Mounting size:71(L)×29(W)mm;
3.Product size75(L)×34.5(W)×85(D)mm;
4.sensor length2minclude the probe.

Technical Parameters:
1. Temperature measuring range: -50~99oC;
2. Resolution: 0.1°C; 3. Accuracy: ±1°C (-50~70°C);
4. Sensor error delay: 1 minute
5. Power supply: 110VAC±10%, 50/60Hz;
6. Power consumption: ≤3W;
7. Sensor: NTC sensor (1PC);
8. Relay contact capacity: Cool 10A/250VAC;Heat 10A/250VAC;
9. Ambient temperature: 0~60°C;
10.Storage temperature: -30~75°C;
11.Relative humidity: 20%~85% (No condensate).
#181788
What do you mean install it? Do you mean how to connect it to a controller?
#181820
Look at the side of the STC-1000; the picture describes the connections. Also, do a google search for "STC-1000". There are many hits. This one http://brewprof.com/weekend-diy-homebre ... -stc-1000/ shows how to mount the controller in a box with two controlled outlets on the output.
This thread http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=330427 goes into details on how to add relays to power larger loads.
/mike
#181840
n1ist wrote:Look at the side of the STC-1000; the picture describes the connections. Also, do a google search for "STC-1000". There are many hits. This one http://brewprof.com/weekend-diy-homebre ... -stc-1000/ shows how to mount the controller in a box with two controlled outlets on the output.
This thread http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=330427 goes into details on how to add relays to power larger loads.
/mike
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Thank you so much !