Wi-Fi Aquarium Temperature Controller ITC-306A
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WiFi control: we can connect INKBIRD ITC-306A-WIFI with mobile phones via WiFi and its free APP, so any abnormal temperature will be alarmed on our mobile phones and we can monitor our aquarium temperature much easier and more efficiently. Note: INKBIRD ITC-306A ONLY supports 2.4GHz WiFi router.
Better protection for aquarium creatures: equipped with 2 relays, one for output control and the other one for abnormal protection, INKBIRD ITC-306A-WIFI ensures the power can be turned off under any abnormal circumstances and offer more and better protection for our aquarium creatures for water overheating.
Temperature alarms: INKBIRD ITC-306A-WIFI supports alarms for continuous heating, high-and-low temperatures and abnormal probe performance, safer for aquarium creatures, better device lifetime.
Continuous Heating Alarm: The heating time can be set according to your needs from 0 - 96 hours, the controller will alarm if water can not be heated to the target temperature within the specified time. The temperature setting range is 0.0℃~45.0℃/32.0℉~113℉.
Dual probes design for more safety: its alarm will be triggered once the temperature difference of its two probes is over 5℉(3℃) and its APP on our mobile phone will pop up the alarm notification at the same time for more safety of our aquarium creatures.
Temperature calibration: INKBIRD ITC-306A-WIFI supports temperature calibration for more precise temperature setting, monitoring and controlling, offering more security for aquarium creatures;
No reading confusion: INKBIRD ITC-306A-WIFI supports both Celsius and Fahrenheit reading methods, it can be switched based on our reading habits for no reading confusion.
Please follow the steps to pair the temperature controller with your phone.
Where do the probes go ?
Inside the tank, or
Outside on the pane
Or, one inside one outside ?
Works as advertised. I was able to use an old heater that wouldn't shut off. Now, the controller shuts it off.
I have been building my supply of these controllers. I now have 12 of them controlling tanks with high value fish such as imported Plecos, Discus and Rams.
I´m not using it at 100% because my acuarium it´s not ready, but i use for some few days in other acuarium and work fine for now.
@Tracey Jones: it actually does alarm when/if the power goes off. The InkBird services send a push notification of it goes offline. Default is no alarm, but can be activated on the edit tab in the app. (not under settings, but where you rename the device)