So I'm moving here in a couple days and the space is a little bit smaller so I want to condense my system a little bit and go all electric so I can brew inside year round. I have various kettles and coolers from different size batches I make so I have all three vessels for my build.
In the beginning stages of this build I just want to focus on the HLT and MT. The BK will come later and be a simple one element plugged into the wall.
So I will be doing a HERMS set up and was wondering if this wiring diagram would work.
*some of you may notice this diagram was originally done by PJ but I modified it quite a bit to include some other things. I have been looking at lots of diagrams from PJ and I can say we are all very lucky to have such a helpful member among us.
the three switches will control power to the PID, power to the pump and power to my stir plate which will stir the water in the HLT and starter before brew day. The pump will circulate the mash through the copper coil in the HLT and the PID will control power to the element. Anyone have any feedback for the diagram?
I will post pictures as the build progresses.