Multi + GE Plug and Control = temperature controller for a Kegerator?

(Erin) #1

I think I would be able to stick a multi inside and control the temp fairly accurately with the GE Outdoor plug. My only concern the Multi can’t survive in a <40° and kind of humid environment.

(Geko) #2

I’d be surprised if it would. He-he :slight_smile: I’d recommend a type K thermocouple for this application.

(swanny) #3

I’m not sure if it’s recommended, but I’ve had a multi in my freezer for the last week or so. I’m using it to keep an eye on the kids leaving the freezer door open like they normally do once a month or so. It’s still working for now at least. :smile: