Uni-Stat IIa Cooling & Heating Control

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  • Price: $69.99
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The intuitive Uni-Stat 11a does not require programming, and features an exclusive selectable duty cycle - flip the switch to 50% duty cycle to have the power run half the time, slowing the time it takes to heat or cool. This 50% setting can reduce overshooting your target temperature, saving energy and increasing accuracy.

It features a 3 digit digital readout of probe temperature, and has a 10° to 220° F. range. The replaceable sensor cord is 8’ long, and only 1/16" of an inch thick, making it easy to install the probe inside a refrigerator by passing the wire between the door seal and the frame. 4" tall, 2.25" wide, and 2.6" deep. Maximum load is 13 amps for both cooling and heating. A three year manufacturers warranty is included. Made in U.S.A.

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Average rating 10 out of 10 ( based on 2 reviews )

Sweet and Simple

Review by Craig on 11/29/2016

Virtually non-existent foot print and no need to go through multiple menus just to make a basic temperature adjustment. Easy to see and adjust in my dimly lit bar without the need for a flashlight. Much less hassle than my fancy dual stage LCD temperature controller. Another great way to simplify brewing!

It's about time.

Review by Andy on 8/5/2016

This is a great temperature control. It's about time that some one came up with a control that's easy to use. To be able to switch between heat and cool with out taking it apart to change jumpers is a God sent. No insane programing to make it work! I love it. I a brewer not a programmer!!!

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Oct 09, 2020 by Bob

Q: Will it work like the kegland one as a distillation controller?

A: No, it will not shut off at a preset temperature, and the probe is too wide to fit into a still head.

Jul 12, 2018 by Gil

Q: Will this temperature probe fit inside the Weldless Pot Thermowell (P79)?

A: Yes

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