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thargrav 09-05-2012 02:15 AM

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Where's the pictures?
I'm sure that 2DogsBrewing will send some in action but here are our pictures of the 120V, 15A brew controller. The fan & slots on the back are for forced air cooling of the internal finned heat-sink. The original design had a very ugly external heat-sink. The 240V, 30A will look the same except it will have a 4 wire 10 gauge power cord and a 30 amp 3 prong outlet for the heating element. The 240V, 30A version will also have a switched 120V Aux/Pump outlet protected with a 5 Amp resettable breaker.

thargrav 09-05-2012 02:15 AM

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Originally Posted by ohararp View Post
Where's the pictures?
I'm sure that 2DogsBrewing will send some in action but here are our pictures of the 120V, 15A brew controller. The fan & slots on the back are for forced air cooling of the internal finned heat-sink. The original design had a very ugly external heat-sink. The 240V, 30A will look the same except it will have a 4 wire 10 gauge power cord and a 30 amp 3 prong outlet for the heating element. The 240V, 30A version will also have a switched 120V Aux/Pump outlet protected with a 5 Amp resettable breaker.

thargrav 09-05-2012 02:15 AM

4 Attachment(s)
Quote:
Originally Posted by ohararp View Post
Where's the pictures?
I'm sure that 2DogsBrewing will send some in action but here are our pictures of the 120V, 15A brew controller. The fan & slots on the back are for forced air cooling of the internal finned heat-sink. The original design had a very ugly external heat-sink. The 240V, 30A will look the same except it will have a 4 wire 10 gauge power cord and a 30 amp 3 prong outlet for the heating element. The 240V, 30A version will also have a switched 120V Aux/Pump outlet protected with a 5 Amp resettable breaker.

thargrav 09-05-2012 02:15 AM

4 Attachment(s)
Quote:
Originally Posted by ohararp View Post
Where's the pictures?
I'm sure that 2DogsBrewing will send some in action but here are our pictures of the 120V, 15A brew controller. The fan & slots on the back are for forced air cooling of the internal finned heat-sink. The original design had a very ugly external heat-sink. The 240V, 30A will look the same except it will have a 4 wire 10 gauge power cord and a 30 amp 3 prong outlet for the heating element. The 240V, 30A version will also have a switched 120V Aux/Pump outlet protected with a 5 Amp resettable breaker.

2DogsBrewing 10-02-2012 08:30 PM

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Here are some pics from a recent brew day. Made a 4g porter with an OG of 1.057. I am trying the no-chill method on this one & threw the wort after whirlpooling for 30 mins into an HDPE cube-type container to cool.


2DogsBrewing 10-02-2012 08:30 PM

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Here are some pics from a recent brew day. Made a 4g porter with an OG of 1.057. I am trying the no-chill method on this one & threw the wort after whirlpooling for 30 mins into an HDPE cube-type container to cool.


thargrav 02-12-2013 03:21 AM

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It's just like a standard wall plug - here is the rear view of an early 120V unit. The two outlets at the bottom right & left are both 120V, one for the heating element & one for the pump outlet.



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