I would like to use http://cgi.ebay.com/Solid-State-Rela...item2a03f6e149
just looking for a second opinion from those that have already built an electric brewery, this is just for boil kettle control and may be adapted later for other uses.
By looking at the output on the pid and the input control of the ssr. the ssr's voltage input is within range of the the pid output, so yes
Yeah. That should work out just fine. The control voltage range for the SSR is 5v-32v. The PID SSR output is 12v. They are perfectly compatible.
You will need 120v or 240v to power the PID and whatever your are using for your element.
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great, ordered the ssrs to get them on the say and will order pid and temp probe today.
I was thinking they would wor just fine together, but then again i was tired, and it never hurts to get a second opinion.