Now get all the features of the Tower of Power in an electric model! This electric controller is like nothing else on the market, and provides a high quality, ultra-high accuracy electric brewing system for the homebrewer. Integrates effortlessly with other Blichmann electric products like the BoilCoil and the RIMS-Rocket. Take your electric brewery to the next level, with the electric Tower of Power control module. Comes with the control module, temp sensor and cable, adapter bushing, and 12 ft. extension cord.
See the additional info tab for important electric power requirements!
The electric controller includes the following features:
- Class A precision RTD temperature sensor. The sensor can be installed in BrewMometer™ hole in your kettle for an HLT or into any 1/2" NPT fitting with the included adapter bushing
- Power control to meter the intensity of the heating element from 0-100%
- Data port for optional remote monitoring and mash-profile programming (unlimited profiles) on your PC (Optional communication cable required)
- One decal for MASH and one for HLT for appropriate labeling
- Compact enclosure of 4.25"W, 7"H, 7"D that is easily integrated into your brew system
- Brushed stainless cover and gloss black powder-coated case that will look beautiful for years
For shipping orders, this product is drop shipped directly from the manufacturer. Please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery. For pickup orders, we carry a supply of these in all our stores but will contact you if we are out at the time of your order.
Each control module comes with a 12 ft. extension cable that connects the controller to your power source. The 240V version is uses an L6-30P twist-lock connector, and the 120V a L5-20P connector.
The 240V model requires an input voltage between 208VAC - 240VAC, and a minimum of 30A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt (GFCI) protected service. The 120V model requires an input voltage of 120VAC and 20A GFCI protected service. If you are uncertain about the electric specifications and your setup, contact a licensed and qualified electrician familiar with National Electrical Code standards and requirements.
NOTE: The power output of a heating element operated at 208V will be approximately 75% of the power when operated at 240V.