Inkbird Temperature Controller One Relay One Alarm Output ℉/℃ Display Thermostat with NTC Sensor

One relay (Heat -OR- Cool) & One Alarm
NOTICE: Two relys: one is normal relay output, and the other one is ALARM relay output.
Temperature Measuring Range: -50-210 Degree F / -50 oC-99 Degree C.

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Description

NOTICE: ITC-2000 has two relys, one is normal relay output, and the opposite one is ALARM relay output. It signifies that you’ll be able to’t conntect it to heating device or cooling device concurrently, just can keep an eye on one.

Main Serve as
Fahrenheit and Celsius Display Can Be Select
Setting High and Low Temperature Alarm Output
Control the Temperature by Setting the Temperature Set
Value and the Difference Price
Temperature Calibrating
Refrigerating keep an eye on output delay protection
Alarm When Temperature Exceeds the Limit or When Sensor Error

Mounting dimension
Front Panel Size: 75(L)*34.5(W)mm
Mounting Size: 71(L)*29(W)mm
Product Size:75(L)*34.5(W)*85(H)mm
Sensor Length: 2m (come with the probe)

Technical Parameter
Temperature Measuring Range: -50-210 Degree F / -50 oC-99 Degree C
Resolution:0.1 Degree F/ 0.1 Degree C
Accuracy: ±1 Degree F(-50 -160 Degree F)/ ±1 Degree C(-50 -70 Degree C)
Power Supply: 110V AC 50Hz/60Hz
Power Consumption: <3W
Sensor: NTC Sensor
Relay Contact Capacity: Cooling (10A/250VAC)/ Heating (10A/250VAC);
Ambient Temperature: 0 -60 Degree C
Storage Temperature: -30 -75 Degree C
Relative Humidity: 20-85% (No Condensate)

Package Content:
1 x Temperature controller 110v
1 x 2M NTC Sensor
1 x English Manual
One relay (Warmth -OR- Cool) & One Alarm
NOTICE: Two relys: one is normal relay output, and the opposite one is ALARM relay output.
Temperature Measuring Range: -50-210 Degree F / -50 oC-99 Degree C.
℉/℃ Display Can Be Select
Fish Tank, Terrarium, Pet, Incubator Thermostat

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