MashMaster Specialised Brewing Equipment
FridgeMate MKII Digital Temperature Controller Kit
digital fermentation controller

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US $35.33

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With a FridgeMate temperature controller kit you can improve the quality of your beer by controlling your fermentation temperature.

FridgeMate can be set to cooling mode to control a fridge or freezer, or heating mode to control a heating pad or brew belt.

The FridgeMate Kit requires an extension cord, one wire connector, and a box for mounting. Click here to download the instructions for full particulars.


To ensure greater fermentation control, and easy installation into your fermenter you can upgrade to a water proof stainless steel probe


  • Dimensions: 77.0×34.5×65.5 (mm)
  • Relative humidity: 20%~85% (No condensate)
  • Power Supply: 220VAC±10%
  • Relay contact capacity:10A/250VAC (resistive)
  • Power Consumption: <5W
  • Sensor Probe: NTC
  • Sensor Probe Cable Length: 2 meters
  • Display resolution: 1℃
  • Measuring precision: ±1℃
  • Temperature measuring range: -40℃~99℃
  • Temperature controlling range: -40℃~70℃
  • Compressor delay protection: 0~9 minutes
  • Temperature Differential: 1~15°C
  • Manual Switching Between: Refrigeration, Heating, Alarm


Name : Anonymous
Review : Easy to use. Get an electrician friend to wire it Very Nice Controler Online Shopper

Name : Anonymous
Review : 2 years, not 2 days! Online Shopper

Name : Anonymous
Review : Heating and cooling controls +1 1 degree You need to put it in a box and connect 5 wires Fridgemate is the way to brew GOOD beer Online Shopper

I notice that there is an on/off button. What happens if Mains Power fails. When it is restored, does the Temp Controller restart automatically or does the on/off button have to pressed again to turn on restart the Temp Controller. Cheers, John D.

The Controller automatically restarts in the case of a power Failure

I just ordered the fridgemate MKII. Does it come with the NTC sensor or do I have to buy that separately? Regards Chris

The Fridgemate comes with a sensor

Hay there, I have wired up a Fridgemate today and have a slight prob, we can’t get minimum temp to go above 20 degrees in F2 function setting. Have tried every thing from operating mode/ heat and cool, th lot, any suggestions ? Cheers Mick

It is easy to confuse the set max and set min functions with the actual SET POINT. I suggest changing the functions set min and set max to as low and as high as they will go and forget about the function menu. You can then adjust the SET temp without entering the function menu.

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