A bespoke electronic controller with process management to help get your brew right every time! EINBREW controllers combine accurate temperature control and timing with stage and hop alarms to give you an enhanced brewing experience. The 1V1P High Power is used to control the heat and timing of 1 & 2 vessel set-ups (single heating element) or a BIAB system.
This special version of the 1V1P powers two heating elements simultaneously via two external 25A relays. The relays plug into the main controller via signal cables which turn on both elements via the relays at the same time. This version is perfect for a high powered (85L and 115L) BIAB or HERMS Duo system using two 3200W 230V heating elements. The installation requirements are more significant, so you should engage a professional electrician to wire the controller with your heating elements.
The custom controller from EINBREW - made in the UK - lets you setup your brewing recipe before you start, with support for up to 9 mash stages and 9 hop insertions. Convenient audible alarms alert the brewer to important events and step changes during the brewing process: mash-in, mash-out, boiling, hop insertions and cooling. The system automatically controls to your set temperatures, and rests for the times you define. A custom control algorithm helps to prevent overshoot and oscillation. Attention to small details such as the pump ventilation cycling and boil detection feature show that this product was built for serious homebrewers.
The 1V1P High Power supports two heating elements of up to 5700W (~25A @ 230V) each and includes:
- 2x 25A External relays with heat sink
- 1 PT100 temperature probe (3m)
- 1 C19 power lead (2m) without Schuko Plug
- 1 C14 to Schuko plug adapter (1m) for the pump
- User instructions in English
The EINBREW 1V1P is CE marked and conforms to all relevant EU legislation.
Important: to use this controller you will need to wire your heating element to the supplied C20 plug. Please consult a professional electrician. You must be sure to use an appropriate GFI outlet and circuit breaker sized for the load.
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