I did end up adding a fuse in line in my wiring. I think it was a 15amp slow-blow fuse?
I actually have this up and running now on my DIY fermentation chamber. Its working perfectly. I ended up using a diagram from Revvy (I think).
I have 3 dual outlets hooked up. 1 dual outlet is for cooling (compressor and fan to run while its on), 1 dual outlet is for heating (heat source and fan to run while its on), and 1 dual outlet is always on, in case I need constant power for something like a stirplate, or if I want to add an interior light later on.
Kegged: Wheat Pale Ale
Kegged: Pale Ale
Kegged: Vienna Lager
Ready to Keg: Jamil's Blonde Ale
Primary: BierMuncher's OctoberFAST Ale
On Deck: Really want to do a nice Irish Red Ale, a new wheat ale, a pilsner, and another pale ale with some different hops than I've used before.
Meads: BOMM, JAOM and Tart-Cherry Melomel aging.