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Old 07-19-2010, 08:37 PM   #71
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The instructions that came with my TS-13010 Love temp controller weren't real clear in terms of wiring and I had to do some searching here and elsewhere. What I found helped but I thought I would make up a diagram that was real clear and post it:


And for the PRE-2008 models (thanks to Rick500):


Here's the diagram for the LOVE TSS2-2100 (thanks to Boerderij_Kabouter):


And the LOVE TSS2-2100 again but with only one temp probe (thanks to Boerderij_Kabouter):
Silly question.... will the ASCO value (or other device) need to be wired to complete the circuit...thus lighting up the Love controller? Same question for the probes to be attached?

I was expecting the controller to light up using the wiring instructions but nada on both controllers. Same model, etc. Asco values (in my case) are not wired yet.

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Old 10-28-2010, 06:04 PM   #72
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Thanks for the response. Thats what I thought but was scared I might fu*& something up.

No chance of that now...Thanks Again.
Dilligaf, did you get this to work with your Sanyo? I have mounted my TS-13010 in the door & trying to use the existing temp control wiring. The diagram in this thread & the one on the frig seem pretty clear & I thought I had it hooked up properly, but after it has been on a few seconds, it trips out the GFCI.

If you could show me how you have yours wired up, I would appreciate it.

For others that might be able to help...here is how I have it wired.



Just found dwygrsshpr's post here, that appears to be the same hookup & his is working.
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f11/need...troller-78627/


Looks like I have an issue on the compressor side. I hosed the whole unit off this morning because it was filthy. I hooked up the unit back to the old controller & same issue, so I don't believe it is my Love wiring.
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Old 03-27-2011, 02:33 PM   #73
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Anyone have a detailed diagram on the TSX3?...

I think i got it now... but could use some reassurance.

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Old 07-04-2011, 04:48 PM   #74
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Dr1nkBeer... did you ever get a wiring diagram for your TSX3? I'm having a hell of a time here too, and would like some reassurance. I'm having issues programming the damn thing too.

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Yes sir... i have it drawn out... I have mine wired up to a Outlet.. i suggest being very carefull of you plan on crimping two wires into the screw sets on these things...

I'm pretty sure this is the updated drawing...


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Old 10-08-2011, 06:15 PM   #76
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hi. I have the love 13010 controller. I wired it up to an outlet in my collar and it's working beautifully. It's in my garage and I'll need to get a heater running in a few months to keep the temp up. I understand that the controller can run a heater. I've looked at this thread, but I'm confused because of the different models being addressed.

how do I go about doing this? Does it involve a rewire of the controller, or do I just use the same outlet to power a heater? Is this just a reprogram of the controller?

any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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You should be able to re-program the action of the controller for heat. That way, you can use the outlet for a heater. Just reverse the process for cooling.

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Great - that's what I thought. Is there a really good source for these instructions. The stuff that came with the controller was pretty cryptic.

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In the parameter menu, choose parameter "d0". There you can choose Ht or Co.
Setpoint you would just change form a cooling value to what you want for heat.
I hope this helps.

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thanks. Appreciate the info. I'm glad I don't have to rewire.

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