Fermentation Fridge with ITC-308

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28 thoughts on “HBW Vlog3 – Fermentation Fridge with Inkbird ITC-308

  1. Hapless Ginger Brew says:

    You know something Rusty I saw that very thing at my local home brew shop the other day and was amazed at the price. I've already got all the gear I need to make my fridge but if I'd of seen this first I'd be following suite. Nice shout and glad you convinced the other half.

  2. ClementsHomebrew says:

    The Ink-Bird units are fantastic! I picked up a ITC-310T which is programable. It let's you warm up and cool down the beer to 6 different stages, which is cool. They do a great job regulating the temps. And very reasonably price as you noted. What are you using to head it up? You should change your "Vlog" title to "HBW" and you'll pick-up a load more viewers and great input. Cheers!

  3. Media Watch says:

    I recommend it also. I was going to get an ITC-1000 for $16 USD and build it out for an estimated $45-50, but I found the INK BIRD ITC-308 for $38 before taking the plunge … and I'm glad I did! It and my old crock pot works beautifully as a sous vide rig!

  4. Bilko says:

    Hi mate nice video thanks, I'm just about to build exactly this same set up as you. Can I ask what do you set the fridge thermostat at? also was the 308 easy to program? and lastly did you have any issues going without s fan?  Cheers

  5. Ryan says:

    Do you have any idea how many damn videos I watched and forums I've read where no one shows how it actually plugs in and works..until now. Thank you.

  6. Richie ro says:

    hello sir, i'm trying to use this on a regular box freezer and it seems the only thing this controls is the power on and off to the freezer, when it had to cool the only thing it did was power the unit it seems the original thermostat is controlling the freezer compressor still. thx for any help.

  7. aidan finnegan says:

    Hi Rushy, great video. Like all the others I watching loads of vids, which all involved wired etc. This is by far the best one on YouTube.
    Just wondering if you disconnect the fridge thermostat or just leave as it is. Hoping to build one for the summer

  8. Luke says:

    How long did it take for your fridge to settle to a temperature around 19? I have mine set to 19 with the HD and CD set to 0.5, but I'm finding it never balances out

  9. My Observations says:

    I don't see the point in plugging a cooling device in (fridge)?
    Why not leave the fridge off and just use the heat with a high/low differential set to turn it on/off as and when required?
    Surely, in using the fridge to bring the temperature down quicker, the system will be consuming more energy?

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