Electronic Temperature Controller by ESU
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Electronic Temperature Controller By Esu

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Thermostatic control device allows hobbyists to select and maintain the ideal temperature for reptiles and amphibians. Ingenious design will maintain any pre-selected temperature between 68 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit. It also incorporates a unique safety shutoff which activates at 110 degrees. Temperature probe accurately measures terrarium temperature. For use with heat pads, heat emitters and incandescent lamps. Promotes a healthy, stress-free living environment.
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Rating: 4

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posted 6 years ago

I really liked this product... The only problem is you have to ajust the temp alot at first... good for begginers good for experts!

Pros: Turns on and off to maintain steady temp

Cons: The temp you see on the dial, doesnt match cage temp

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