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Thread: VS: 120v/220V PID setup - Jan 2021 update

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    VS: 120v/220V PID setup - Jan 2021 update

    I sell two different setups.

    Setup #1 - $125 shipped
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    This is a very compact setup.
    Designed to control 1 device.
    Basically it is horizontal.

    Setup #2 - $165 shipped



    This is designed for to control multiple units.
    It will take the standard thermocouple with plug that Auber sells.
    It will have a mounted outlet for thermocouple connection.
    It will come with 2 4 inch thermocouples with plugs.
    This is a special order unit and will take additional time to build.

    Now the specs on the units

    - Multi voltage - They are designed to be worldwide. They ship setup with US 120v connectors. If you want to run something other then 120v then you cut the plugs and install the correct ones.
    - 15 amp rated - They have a 25 amp SSR but the wiring is limited to 15 amps as most standard 120v outlets are rated for 15 amps
    - 600c rated - The probes unless specified differently are rated to 600C (1100F)
    - 4 inch probe length - The standard length is 4 inches. Longer lengths are available but will have to be special ordered and cost more.
    - Standard no BS warranty - In the event that you have a issue, please contact me. Failures do happen rarely but I have always taken care of the issue. Please be reasonable and don't expect me to warranty a item that is a couple years old or that has been mistreated. No, I will not replace the PID controller because you spilled hot lead on it. Yes that has been asked.

    This post was updated on 1/8/2020.
    All units that have been ordered in the past 2 weeks AND paid $125 will get the standard #1 unit.
    I am ordering parts to make the #2 unit a stocked item but for not it is special order.
    Last edited by HATCH; 01-13-2021 at 05:51 PM.
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    VS: 120v/220V PID setup - Jan 2021 update

    Stock and lead times 1/17/2021


    Type 1 - 0 units in stock - 3 ready in 5 days

    Type 2 - 0 in stock - 1 ready to ship in 2 days & 1 ready to ship in 5 days

    Please keep in mind that PayPal orders take priority over mail in payments.
    Generally speaking by the time your payment arrives additional units have been made.Click image for larger version. 

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    You fellas that are on the fence about buying one of these it will be the best money you ever spent. I have one on my oven and I would move it to my casting pot so I bought another one so not to have to move it back and forth. You will cast better and more accurate bullets with one of these units because the temp is kept constant. I am not affiliated with Hatch or doing this for gain. Just telling it like it is.
    Last edited by slide; 01-06-2021 at 07:15 PM. Reason: spelling
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    Updated second post with picture of back of the unit


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