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Thread: VS: 120v/220V PID setup - UPDATE!

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    I have one ready to ship. Its 120v standard
    Not doing any customs at this time.

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    Hi HATCH,

    Is it safe to assume that the parts you were waiting on for the PID I wanted has come in?

    SharuLady

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    Hatch I'll take the last one with Hatch, i would like to get one with a 400 and 700C thermocouples

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    Quote Originally Posted by SharuLady View Post
    Hi HATCH,

    Is it safe to assume that the parts you were waiting on for the PID I wanted has come in?

    SharuLady
    Yes maam.
    Working on yours tomorrow.
    I built 3 today but your requires the addition of the inline connector.
    I just ran out of time so I was unable to install the connector and do the extra probes.
    But the unit itself is built.
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    Will be working on a few tomorrow.
    Standard models only
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    Nice. do you make any with the plug-in K probe. I used one on mine, 1 for the pot 1 for the oven. doesn't take up a lot of room and is a cheap add on.

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    I agree on the K plug in, marlin plugs are cheap.

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    I do inline plugs. It costs $5 which is the exact cost of the connectors.
    That isn't a "standard" model so its not available on the current group buy that is going on.

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    Evening Hatch, would like to purchase on of your units for my pro melt. Can do paypal gift or normal - either or. Thank you sir!

    Kevin
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    Got you taken care of
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    Hatch, sent you an email with a couple of questions.

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    couple more questions. PM sent

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    I have one built and ready to ship
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    I will take it. PM inbound.

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    Will have another one ready to ship tomorrow afternoon

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