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Old 05-24-2008, 09:22 PM   #1
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I think I have found a pretty good source for the ranco controller, but do not know which one to buy ?

http://www.rancoetc.com/-c-36.html?osCsid=b94f02cacd0a9d1f0ab2de28a3d40733

probably the first one, but thought I would check with the mothership HBT



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Old 05-24-2008, 09:23 PM   #2
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Old 05-24-2008, 09:48 PM   #3
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Like the OP, I am getting a Ranco unit soon, and just wonder how to route/install the probe in a chest freezer..?

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Yup. That's the one I have and it works very well.
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There are 2 11000 units listed ... I want the 120V one - right ?

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There is only one with the part number 111000. Link below.

http://www.rancoetc.com/ranco-etc111000000-digital-temperature-controller-p-86.html?osCsid=b94f02cacd0a9d1f0ab2de28a3d40733

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Like the OP, I am getting a Ranco unit soon, and just wonder how to route/install the probe in a chest freezer..?

I have the Etc-111000 and love it!! As far as installing the probe, I have a wire divider in my chest freezer that I simply attached the probe to with two small zip ties.
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Thanks guys - I think I have it now ... measure twice, cut once !

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Here is what I did to covert an upright freezer into a fermentation cabinet:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=66926

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VERY nice ... may all your fermentations be happy ones !



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