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Old 01-02-2013, 07:19 PM   #1
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I've decided to go ahead with the STC1000 to set up my fermentation chamber. The wiring diagram is basic so that is no problem. I watched a video where a guy set up the hot and cold side each with a female power cord and of course the power with a male.

Where do I get the female/male cords? I've only seen people buy an extension cord and strip off the component parts. Is this the only way to go about acquiring female ends?

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Old 01-02-2013, 07:25 PM   #2
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You can purchase the plugs - male and female and the necessary wire from your local hardware store. You still will need to purchase the wire separately, so many people just purchase an appropriately sized extension cord and cut it. (in many cases the extension cord will be less expensive)

An alternative is to purchase a two-gang, deep electrical box and mount the controller and a receptical in the box - there is a build in the DIY section that shows this approach.

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Thanks. I'll have to check out that set up as well.

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