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Anvil Temperature Controller
FE655

Anvil Temperature Controller

$24.99
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Description

The Anvil temperature controller is tuned and designed for home brewing. No need to spend time configuring and fiddling with settings. Just plug it in and start controlling your temps! The unique design has an integral male plug on the back allowing it to be to plugged into any 120V wall receptacle greatly reducing cable clutter and eliminating the need to drill holes for mounting. Simply plug your refrigerator or pump into the front and you’re ready to go. The 9.5 ft long sensor cable reaches anywhere you need. We’ve also selected a robust 15A internal relay for long life and more capacity than the competition. All this at one cool price.

Features:
  • 120V 15A operation
  • Control temps to +/- 1F
  • Temperature Control Range: 16 - 220°F
  • Fahrenheit display
  • Selectable heat and cool modes (not dual stage)
  • Plugs into any 120V wall receptacle – no mounting holes needed!
  • Reduced cable clutter
  • Plug can be inverted to match your receptacle
  • 9.5 ft sensor cable length
  • 1.5" sensor probe length
     
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Item # FE655
Weight 1 LBS
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simple use
Bill on Oct 20, 2020
I like Anvil products and my old temp controller died.
MelloMoose on Jun 25, 2020
simple use
Bill on Oct 20, 2020
Recommended by a friend.
Helen H on Jun 30, 2020
I like Anvil products and my old temp controller died.
MelloMoose on Jun 25, 2020
Looks simple to use and good price
Jason L on Jun 10, 2020
Price
Brian E on Mar 6, 2020
next sterp to better beer
Rex M on Aug 28, 2019
Recommended by a friend.
Helen H on Jun 30, 2020
Looks simple to use and good price
Jason L on Jun 10, 2020
Does any of the documentation state a wattage specification? 120V / 15A should be able to manage up to 1800W. I want to use this unit to control a 1650W immersion heater in a RIMS tube, but want to make sure it can handle the power requirement.
Edward Ford on May 8, 2020
BEST ANSWER: You are correct that this controller can handle up to 1800 watts total. The relay is rated to 15 amps which is one of the standard for 120v outlets. There should be no problem running your 1650 watt element.
Is there a reccomend way to mount the probe thru the side of a brew pot?
Tom Bergstrom on Dec 30, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The standard way is to drill a hole in the side of your kettle and install a thermowell. We have a thermowell that comes with a bulkhead (FE615) or you can purchase a bulkhead (H727) and thermowell (FE622). If you don't want to drill a hole you can use a thermowell such as (H973) and clamp it to your kettle with a removable clamp.
Is the temperature probe able to be disconnected?
Antonio Martinez on Dec 10, 2019
BEST ANSWER: the probe cannot be disconnected
Is this the right one for a keezer conversion?
ERIC ENNIS on Sep 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Eric, this controller operates on 120V 15A. As long as the freezer does not pull more than 15A, it should do just fine.
Under features it says, “Plug can be inverted to match your receptacle”. Do I have to take the temperature controller apart to do this? Or does the plug rotate freely?
Kerry Shaver on Feb 8, 2021
BEST ANSWER: You do not have to take apart the temperature controller itself. All the adjustments happen at the power brick where it plugs into the wall or power strip. You can adjust it so that the brick sits above, below, or to the side of the outlet for the most convenient orientation for anything else plugging in along side it.
Is the probe submersible?
Andrew Gregorovius on Feb 2, 2021
BEST ANSWER: No It is designed to be used in a thermowell
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Rated 4 out of 5
Simple to operate and no extra clutter.
March 30, 2020
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Good purchase. My fermenting is improved
Nice price. Is great. my first attempt at a lager. Easley had it down to my planned 43 degrees. It kept it there and stable for weeks. Good purchase
September 12, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago