dealsdigital temperature controller thermostat for $15…

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Great for homebrewing. Makes it easy to control those fermentation temps !!

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Not in my homebrew.....220 volt operation.

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In for one for a DIY sous vide setup.

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They have two other models at 220v as well, at $16.99~$17.99, however they appear to be in Celsius.

http://www.suntekstore.com/goods-14007495-digital_temperature_controller_thermostat_wh9002a_220v.html

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Tempting. Looks like the unit runs off 12-volt DC but is made to control a 220 volt appliance. If I hook this up to my 110 volt slow cooker, is it going to kill me and burn down my house?

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Anyone use one of these on a saltwater fishtank? I assume it has a probe.

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Anybody use one of these on an espresso machine?

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@spellshock: Hello, it can be used for water tanks and it comes with temperature sensor probe

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I ordered this controller and built mine tonight. The unit marked for 220v works fine on 110.

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OK, so I got mine in the mail. It says "INPUT: AC 110V." Does that mean I hook 110v up to the power? Or just that it can control an appliance that runs off 110v AC? I was under the impression that this thing ran off of 12v DC.