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Thread: VS: 120v/220V PID setup

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    Will the temperature got down to like 150 F or 160 F for use on a heating element on an electric smoker?

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    Sure.
    These are rated based on the thermocouple.
    I have the following thermocouples to choose from
    4 inch probe (400c & 700c)
    3/8 diam ring (600c)
    Small ring (for master caster 700c)
    6mm threaded (400c for lube heaters)

    If your going to use a probe and keep it below 700f, I can knock $5 off and supply you with a 750f max probe instead of the normal one which is rated over 1000f


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    got in some more high temp probes today.

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    Thanks Hatch!

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