I looked for you earlier but you were not logged on, I figured that since the controller was in a loop, and on the low voltage side I did not need a ground, but funny enough all of the emails I have saved show that I ddin't ask the question.
Regardless, I'll have you know that the controller is installed (finally), and seems to be working great. I also added a fan.
While I have your assistance, if i were to wire the fan such that lead went to the compressor (blue) and nuetral to (well... neutral/white) would that make the fan cycle whent he compressor was runing?
I have it wired now that it runs constantly, what is your opinion?
Otherwise, a fellow brewer stopped by to help me with the soldering of wires, which in retrospect I think might have been unneccessary. He was very helpful, however wiht the amount of moisture in the fridge, I think that the wiring is not suitable (again, no defamaation to my help), as I wanted everything to be shrink wrapped and covered, but in our haste as we finished around 1:00am things did not come together as planned.
Wire nuts, and 1 or 2 soldered wires are what I have...
I will confess, I bought shrink tubing that was much too small...my bad!
Having said that, Claudius, your wiring diagram was balls on! don't hold me to this ( I am leaving my job to attend college, at 33yo, and have a grat paying job.. I just can't do it any longer!) but I plan on donating, not saying you couldn't use it...but dude your brewery is the sh!t!
Regardless, thanks for chiming in, but I could use some help on my wiring (attachment of wires) and how to conceal them within my kegerator. Have any pointers?
I have leant towards soldering, but wire nuts seem so much cleaner (funny enough).
Hope to har from you soon.