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Analog Temperature Controller
FE600
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Description

Use this analog unit to control the temperature of a refrigerator, freezer, or air conditioner. It enables you to ferment and store beer at correct temperatures when the ambient room temperature is too warm.

Your electrical cooling device plugs into this unit which plugs into the outlet. A remote sensor connected by a small capillary tube monitors temperatures. If the temperature rises above your set point, the cooling device is turned on.

The unit features a 4 degree swing to help extend the life of the cooling unit's compressor. For example, if you had it set at 68 degrees, it would turn on at 68 degrees and go to 64 degrees before turning off. The unit has the potential to regulate temperature from 20 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

The sensor tube can be inserted into a refrigerator or freezer, and still allows the door gasket to seal tight. Temperature Range of 20 to 80F.

This Johnson unit can handle 15 amps or 1725 watts at 115 volts AC.

Item # FE600
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 2LBS
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phuong l on May 31, 2018
Setting up freezer to store extra keg.
Don M on Feb 13, 2018
good
phuong l on May 31, 2018
Simplicity of operation. Just plug it in and the temperature is pre-set; great for mobile applications.
Robert H on May 14, 2018
Setting up freezer to store extra keg.
Don M on Feb 13, 2018
Simplicity of operation. Just plug it in and the temperature is pre-set; great for mobile applications.
Robert H on May 14, 2018
Reviews

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Love it. Does everything that it was advertised to do.
January 25, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Great Product.
My only reservation with this product is.. I should have bought the digital version. However, this does a good job of getting the job done.
May 30, 2015
Analog Temperature Controller Works Great
I use this to make lagers, it works great.
May 27, 2015
Serviceable, but had to go digital
Use it and it works fine, but doesn't really hold stable temperatures in the keezer. Readings on the dial don't seem precise.
May 13, 2015
A Little Tweak
I'm not sure I would trust this one for my main fermenting temp controller. I use it in my keezer. It's analog so it is not very precise. Not at all actually. But I took a day to throw a trusted thermometer in there and then made a mark on the dial for serving temp and lagering temps and now it does the job quite well.
May 6, 2015
Does the job
Works good but no frills
May 5, 2015
Product Design
This is really feedback for More Beer. I haven't installed the sensor yet so I can't comment on its accuracy, but as someone already noted this product is ugly. In particular the copper wire from the sensor to the control box. My black fridge is in the kitchen and the copper wire has to run over the top of it to insert into the door. Does the wire have to be so rigid? How about a wire that will lay flat and is insulated in black or other colored rubber for those of us who aren't using this product in an industrial setting!
September 27, 2014
Nice temp Controller
I have one of these on my MoreBeer Conical and one on my secondary frig and it keeps the temperature stable and within the 2 degree margins I've set. Never had a concern about my beer or wort getting too hot or cold. The nice thing is even after unplugging it and plugging it back in, it remembers your last settings... no need to reprogram.
May 9, 2014
Does the job
No frills. No programming. Very easy. I have used this on my keezer for 4 years with no problems whatsoever. Note that the line running from the controller to prob is pretty fragile and can easily be kinked if you're not careful.
May 6, 2014
Works for me
I use it in my fermentation fridge and it keeps a steady temp for me. There is a 3* diff from the dial to the sensor but that is an easy adjustment to make.
May 2, 2014