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    DIY PID controller

    Hi there Been brewing for a while now on a starter kit (painful). Next step is to invest or build a PID controller and this is not tricky. However, with this amount of liquid and heat losses it is difficult to determine the correct setup. In some off the shelf kettles they use 2.5kW element and...
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    In MA: 20 Amp PID Controlled Electric Brewing Panel w/Extras Available - $450

    For sale is a custom built 20 Amp PID controlled electric brewing panel setup based on Ebrewsupply.com Deluxe DIN mounted panel build. The panel includes an SSR PID temperature control from Auber Instrument (SYL-2352) as well as a timer for beer brewing with multi-event programming (JSL 73B)...
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    Huge Sabco RIMS Homebrew/Pilot System for Sale - Pickup Evans, GA

    This homebrew system consist of three 15.5 gallon vessels - a mash tun, hot liquor tank, and kettle for producing up to 10 gallons of finished beer. The system is connected with super sanitary 1/2" tri-clamp connections for easy assembly, disassembly and clean up. This system is ideal for...
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    Questions about eBIAB systems

    Hello everyone! This will be my first post on this forum after lurking on various fora for a few weeks, reading and gathering as much information as I could before the answers to my questions became too difficult to understand without help - so here I am :ban: As the title indicates I am...
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    help with original spike 1 barrel system

    I bought a 1 barrel brewing system when it first came out. Over time I have continuously run into problems trying to get it up and running. Partially b/c I'm busy doing other things and brewing with the out door burner set up I already have. I would really like to get this working now. My...
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    Inkbird temperature controller not functioning as expected

    Hi all, I wonder if someone can help me with my new Inkbird ITC-100VH temperature controller, which I am using to control the temperature in a small toaster oven. This seems to be a PI controller, as there I can't see a "D" setting in the instruction manual. There is a setting for "hysteresis...
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