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Old 03-01-2010, 12:30 AM   #1
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I have a new in the box honeywell T775-A temperature controller. These will control up to 4 outputs. selling for $75. This is a great temp. control, better quality than the love-ts. These are typically used on hot water boilers, these are already in a enclosure, so you don't have to figure that part out. These will work great for homebrewing. I've dropped the price to $75(including shipping) to get it gone. These sell for $136 online.

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Old 03-01-2010, 04:06 PM   #2
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Still new to all of this temp control stuff, but since it has a 16A and an 8A output does that mean you wouldn't need to use SSR with this PID? I am looking for a controller for a RIMs system to control a 1500W element on standard household current. Wondering if this would work, and if so what else I would need?

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If you are willing, I would be interested in one of the brass thermowells...I am not sure whomever bought the love would need both anyway...

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The controller has 2 outputs with 2 probes. I would think whomever purchases would want both thermowells.

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The controller has 2 outputs with 2 probes. I would think whomever purchases would want both thermowells.
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Not trying to come off sounding like a dumb a$$ but what would these controllers be used for?

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They are best used for maintaining a desired temperature setpoint by making or breaking power to a heat source, for example a gas valve or a heating element. they could also do it more indirectly by controlling power to a pump, moving the liquid to another heated vessle.

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Would you sell the TSS2 without the thermisters or thermowells?

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I have a new love tss2- 2100 dual stage temp. control I need to sell. I bought it over the winter and lost my motivation to upgrade my system. I have two thermistors that go with it as well as 2: 1/2" mpt brass thermowells. Over $100 invested, selling for $85 shipped. I also have a new in the box honeywell T775-A temperature controller. These will control up to 4 outputs. selling for $100.
I'll take the Love controllers and accessories.
Let me know.
Also sent a PM.

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