After reading through the different threads on PID controllers I thought I had it all figured out, until I got to the ordering.
I am looking to use this exclusively for a sausage and jerky electric smoker. I really like the programmable features of the Aubers ramp soak PID's. From what I've read having a SSR is better than a manual relay. I thought I had it narrowed down to the Aubers SYL-2352P. But Now I am wondering if the SYL-2372P with the built in SSR output would be better. Seems like for a dollar more if you don't have to buy a SSR for $15-$20 this would be a better deal. Or am I missing something, does the 2372P still need a SSR? Too much "Fuzzy Logic" overload!
Another question, it says that you can use two probes. Is there anything else needed to purchase besides the probes to make it all work. I want to order everything at once to save on shipping.
I purchased this 1500 watt element to use: