This plug-and-play PID temperature controller is for controlling the temperature of the Bradley Smoker and other electric smokers. The unique temperature keep an eye on mechanism of the Bradley Smoker is unstable and inaccurate. For a similar dial position, the smoking temperature can vary significantly depending at the content within the smoker, the ambient temperature, the wind speed, the ambient humidity, or even the direction of sunlight. This controller uses a PID set of rules to routinely adjust power to the heater, so as to atone for these disturbances. This temperature keep an eye on can hold the smoking temperature inside one degree precision.
This controller has two sensor probes, 6 programmable steps, and an AC output that may be synchronized with program step(s). Users can use the primary probe to keep an eye on the temperature of the smoker cabinet. The second one pointed probe is to be inserted into the food in order that the interior temperature can also be monitored. The ending criteria of every step can also be made up our minds either by preset time, or by internal food temperature. For cooking small-sized food or smoking the skin of food, users can use the preset time as a reference point to complete the step. This controller has comes with two probes: Probe 1 (free hanging probe), which measures the temperature within the smoker cabinet, and Probe 2, which measures the food internal temperature. The Probe 1 can also be fed throughout the venting hole at the smoker.
For Bradley Digital Smoker owners, an extra power cord is wanted for the smoker generator (this additional power cord isn’t included on this listing). You’ll be able to either purchase an extra power cord NEMA 5-15P to C13 Power Cord, or the usage of an ordinary computer power cord of your individual.
Input/Output voltage 100 to 240 VAC, 50 /60 Hz
Maximum Current 12A for 120VAC(1440 W), 8A for 240VAC (2000 W)
PID Controller for Bradley Smoker
Dual probe design for both Cabinet & meat temp.
6 programmable cooking steps
Recipe store & recall