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This model of thermostat from Vivarium Electronics contains all the features of the VE-100, plus some additional benefits. The Vivarium Electronics Model VE-200 can handle 700 watts of devices. The VE-200 also displays the high and low temperature readings on the main display, as well as the current temperature the probe reads, and the desired temperature the thermostat is set for. The Vivarium Electronics Model VE-200 can function as a pulse proportional or on/off thermostat.
The VE-200 features include:
This proportional thermostat is a "table top" model designed to sit nicely on top of your racks or cages- no more trying to figure out how to mount your thermostat so you can see it or dealing with stands. The single outlet is easily expanded with the use of an outlet strip. The standard display shows current set point value, current time of day, and the current probe temperature reading.
3 button keyboard makes it ultra easy to navigate through the menu and the large back-lit display makes programming easy and intuitive. One of the features we like best is the stacking cases! These thermostats will stack on each other for a very neat, professional appearance. Both the probe and fuse are easily user replaceable without opening the case. Probe cord locks in place to prevent accidental unplugging. 6' power cord and Probe included.
We DO NOT recommend this thermostat for use with incandescent light bulbs.
Need help selecting the right Vivarium Electronics thermostat for you? Please read the blog "Choosing a VIvarium Electronics Thermostat"
Want to know more? Check out the Instruction Manual!
This product ships to your doorstep. Most orders placed before 2pm ET on business days will ship out the same day.
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I've been using this thermostat for almost 3 months in my crested gecko's tank and it's done the job well. I appreciate that the temperature probe has a fairly long cord, so you can get it exactly where you need it. My only issue has been I have to completely unplug it during warmer days because when my room's ambient temperature goes significantly above what the thermostat is set to (e.g., set to 73, but room temperature is 78+), there is a strange clicking sound that goes off sporadically. It's pretty loud and annoying. I haven't had this issue now that we're in Winter.
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