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Plug and Play Dual-Stage Control
Heat or cool your tank with the Ink Birds dual control system. One of the biggest issues temperature controllers is the chance that you may be heating and cooling your tank at the same time causing erratic temperature swings and wasted energy. Plug in your heater and chiller into the included sockets and then set your desired temperatures, and the Ink Bird will take care of the rest. The controller has an audible alarm that will sound if temperatures go over the high or low set point and if the sensor is ever to fault or fail. Programming an aquarium temperature controller cannot be made any easier than the Ink Bird ITC-308.
Large Dual Display
Know the temperature of your reef tank, at a glance from across the room. The large LED display lets you see the current temperature along with your desired set temperature that can show readings in Centigrade and Fahrenheit. The controller also comes with LED indicator lights letting you know if the power socket is allowing power to the heater or the chiller.
Controller Dimensions - 5.5" x 2.7" x 1.3"
Socket Dimensions - 3.3" x 1.7" x 1.0"
Sensor Length - 6.5ft
Temperature Control Range - -58°F - 210°F
Temperature Resolution - 0.1°F
Temperature Accuracy - ±1°F
Relay Capacity - 10A Cooling 10A Heating
Input Power Cable Length - 5ft
Output Power Cable - 1ft
1x Ink Bird ITC-308 Temperature Controller
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I wish I knew about this years ago. By Mark on 8/22/2017Mark would recommend this product to a friendReasonable price and it is keeping my saltwater aquarium cool without wasting so much water via evaporation. I had a fan on top of the aquarium going 24x7 and the heater would kick on when it got too cold. My auto topoff would go through about five gallons of water every few days. Now the Inkbird controller only turns on the fan when the water temp gets to 81F and the heater goes on at 79. As a bonus, the alarm will sound if either the heater or fan is not working to bring the temp back to 80F.