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Old 08-05-2010, 09:51 PM   #1
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Default Adding heat to fermentation chamber thermostat

I just built the mother of fermentation chamber and I want to add a light bulb to my thermostat for the winter. I know it is really early but I have some time off and want to get it done now. I have this thermostat

http://www.wortomatic.com/articles/Remote-Sensing-DIY-Controller-for-Less-Than-$25

What do I need to buy to give my chiller heat in the winter?

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Old 08-05-2010, 09:58 PM   #2
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a bulb, a lamp socket, some wire, a relay rated for 100W @ 110VAC (1 amp) (assuming 100W incandescent bulb), a DC wall wart with an output voltage equivalent to the coil voltage of the relay.

In fact - instructions are on the page you referenced. Just replace the AC pump with a lightbulb, and use the Rh or W output on the thermostat to control the relay.


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