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Johnson A19AAA-18C - Will this work for a keezer?

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Chello

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Just wanted to make sure i got the coding of the letters right when i was looking for a temperature controller for my keezer project.

My keezer is just for dispensing beer, no room for lagering. So will this model keep the temp above ~40?

I realize i'll have to wire it up, but i don't see that being a big issue. Is there any feature of this model that is not ideal or i should be aware of before pulling the trigger on it?
 

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For the letter coding, see my reply here: https://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=47098

I don't see that model listed anywhere, though. Do you have specs on it? It's a fixed standard differential, so you need to make sure that isn't too high, and need to make sure the temp range is right. Otherwise it should be fine.
 

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Ok, found some specs, it's a 3.5F differential with a 30F-110F range. Looks good.
 
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Cool i thought it would work but just wanted to make sure. Thanks!
 

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Hmm, looks like this thing doesn't have the standard bulb, though. Anyone know what an averaging sensor is?
 
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