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Posted in thread: Take a look at my wiring diagram! on 11-21-2016 at 04:25 PM
Why use a SSR vs a contactor?I found them to be cheaper, but maybe it's because I am in Europe.
You can use whatever you want: contactor, SSR or even mechanical relay (this last could be even
Posted in thread: Take a look at my wiring diagram! on 11-21-2016 at 01:10 PM
Ok. Now I'm on my laptop, so I've had the time to look at this with a larger screen -
incredible how this changes one's view on the problem :)Apparently, if we believe the Electric
Brewery (which I te...
Posted in thread: Take a look at my wiring diagram! on 11-20-2016 at 11:23 PM
You are right, the e-switch is NC. I read the wrong description and it mentioned it was NO and
did not lock in place. But as I was on my phone, my fingers might have played me :)A contactor
is a bit l...
Posted in thread: Drom John Hibiscus Mango Blonde on 08-14-2016 at 11:14 AM
When I do "agua de Jamaica" I cool-infusion 15gr of hibiscus per liter (~2oz/gallon) during 10h
and I get quite a strong taste.I think even 8oz/5.25gallon (~1.25 oz/gallon) is quite a high
Posted in thread: Thoughts on this Galaxy dominant Ipa recipe? on 04-02-2016 at 11:47 AM
If you want to modify the colour, use another darker malt.Black malt or chocolate malt for
instance will darken your brew without the sweetness of 40L caramel malt, as it will require
far less quantit...
Posted in thread: Thoughts on this Galaxy dominant Ipa recipe? on 04-02-2016 at 08:52 AM
You hace two Galaxy additions at 0min, one of them I guess should be 10min?Just mention that
because it will increase total IBUs by ~25%.I like the mix of hops you suggest.Cheers.
Posted in thread: Show Us Your Label on 03-31-2016 at 10:40 PM
What do you use to adhere it to the bottle?I find milk works wonders. Just brush the back of
the label with a bit of milk, put the label on the bottle and let dry.It's also very easy to
take the label...
Posted in thread: What are my options for going electric? on 03-10-2016 at 11:49 AM
Apologies, I did not see the 20A limit!Actually, I totally agree with TexasWine. It is funny
how close the system he suggests matches mine. In my case I've got two resistances that I
connect to differ...
Posted in thread: What are my options for going electric? on 03-10-2016 at 07:16 AM
If you have a 30A breaker you should be ok. 2000W/120V~16.5A, far below the limit of 30A.The
fridge will not be a problem, it's not a heavy consumer of current, and you are still well