Convert any freezer into a kegerator or fermentation chamber using Johnson Controls' A421ABG-02C 120 VAC Type 1 Electronic Temperature Control with Dual Power Cords, which gives you the power to override an appliance's thermostat to give you precise control over the temperature settings. To use, simply plug your appliance into the 6 ft. (1.8 m) power cord with 120 VAC grounded female outlet and plug the 6 ft. (1.8 m) power cord with 120 VAC grounded male plug into an electrical outlet. You can then use the intuitive three-button touchpad for setup and adjustment and view the temperature and the status of other functions on the adjustable backlit LCD display. The temperature can be displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius, and the temperature adjustment range is -40 to 212 degrees Fahrenheit or -40 to 100 degrees Celsius. An LED light allows you to check the On/Off status at a glance.
Not only does the A421ABG-02C provide superior heating and cooling control, but it also comes loaded with convenient features like sensor offset to allow you to adjust the displayed temperature to the actual sensed temperature, switch-activated temperature setback to let you shift the on/off temperature by an adjustable setback value, adjustable anti-short cycle delay to let you select the minimum time that the output relay remains on before the next on cycle, and an optional restricted user adjustment mode to allow you to restrict the on/off adjustment to your defined temperature range.
The A421ABG-02C has many other refrigeration and HVAC applications, including agricultural, beverage, food service, ice machine, process, refrigeration, space heating, and ventilation applications. It has been designed with a durable Type 1 (NEMA)/IP20 high-impact plastic enclosure that is suitable for DIN rail mounting or surface mounting, and includes an A99BB-200C temperature sensor with a standard 2 in. (5.1 cm) probe and a 6.6 ft. (2.0 m) PVC cable.
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|by:||Phil the pilot (05-23-2017)|
|Comments:||Using to keep wine at cellar temp in dedicated fridge.|
Works perfectly....once you figure out how to get it set up, and you'd think that with only three buttons it couldn't possibly be that hard. Ever wonder what happened to the guys who designed the impossible-to-program clocks on VCR's? They now make these. Had to watch youtube videos to set up, but I'm just a liberal arts major who is at least handy enough to fly a Boeing for a living.
|Bottom Line:||I would recommend this product.|