If you have a chest freezer cold plunge, one of the best pieces of equipment you can buy is a temperature controller.

InkBirds makes one that is affordable and reliable. The device is not difficult to program, but the instructions can be a bit confusing.

This video will walk you through how to program the device using the buttons on the controller as well as with the app on a smart phone.

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NOTE: At 6:55 into the video after I finish programming the device and press the set button, the target temperature (SV) shows 77F instead of 55F.

This is a mistake in the video editing! The unit actually *did* change to 55F – see 8:35 in the video).

A gold star goes to Jimmy Griffin for noticing this detail and pointing it out.

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19 thoughts on “How to Program an InkBird Temperature Controller for a Chest Freezer Cold Plunge

  1. greatymmij says:

    I have my ts at 1 degrees C and Cd at 5.5 degrees C. I have my alarms set very high and low, so it never goes off. However, whenever the temperature is outside the cold range, it makes 2 beep noises. This happens several times a day. How do I prevent it from making the 2 beep noises?

  2. lynda Darnell says:

    love this very helpful…but I m having an issue…have fan plugged in but when temp goes over set limit it doesn't t come on…the fan only has a 2 prong plug but main unit is 3 prong..could that be the problem? fan works in regular outlet…please help

  3. Crypto Safely says:

    Would love a video on the marineland filter from your book. I have everything set up except for that. I can’t find anything about whether to use the 3 stage filtration or the polisher. Also can’t find how long to run each day.

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