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#1 matt6150

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Posted 27 January 2019 - 03:10 PM

Brand new electric brewing control panel. This panel is very similar to the ones you see on www.theelectricbrewery.com although much smaller at 13.5”H x 12” W x 8” D.  Most of the components and features are the same.  This panel is a 50amp panel that would allow back to back batches or two elements to be run at the same time.  Auber instruments PID’s are the heart of the panel.  One of the main differences in this panel is the use of a SWA-2451 PID for the HLT.  This PID has a timer built in, so in conjunction with the alarm system you can use this feature to set a timer for when you want the HLT to start heating.  For example, you could set the timer the night before brew day and wake up to hot water.  The other PID’s are the standard SYL-2352’s.  Another great feature to this panel is the main timer.  It uses an Auber JSL-73 that let’s you set up multi events.  You can have an overall time and then other events for hop additions, whirlfloc or other things.  It’s also very easy to set up and use.  The temp probe receptacles are locking female XLR’S.  The pump and heating element receptacles are NEMA twist to lock.  Any questions on what to buy for the mating half just let me know.  The main power receptacle is a 50-amp California style.  I am including the mating half, just add the cable.  The volt/amp meter is an all in one unit that is self-powered.  It also matches the PID’s very well with the red/green color scheme.  Most other features are fairly basic.  LED push button switches for pumps, timer alarm and power.  Combo light/buzzer alarm.  Standard switches for alarms and elements.  And LED indicators for heating elements. Added bonus is that I welded nuts to the inside of the panel so you can bolt a standard TV mount to the back.  If there are any questions about anything just let me know.  Since I took these pictures, I have added labels to the bottom receptacles.  Asking $2100

 

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Posted 27 January 2019 - 04:13 PM

Nice looking panel Matt.
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#3 matt6150

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Posted 27 January 2019 - 04:24 PM

Nice looking panel Matt.

Thanks!


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#4 matt6150

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Posted 01 March 2019 - 08:19 AM

Well I'm sure I won't have too many people interested on this board but if anyone wants more details just let me know. Will take $1800. You can buy a similar DIY panel for $1500. So basically $300 for my labor of assembling, cutting holes, etc.


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Posted 15 April 2019 - 03:54 PM

impressive!


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