Fermenter electronic kit

€140 EUR (tax included)

Shipping in Europe or pick-up in Barcelona, Spain.
For inquiries outside Europe, please contact us for details.

Usually ready in 1-2 weeks.

This kit contains everything you need to build your own fermenter, following our open-source plans or making your own custom box.

The fermenter electronic kit is composed of two fans, three heating pads, an electronic board with a micro-controller, a screen and a button, a temperature sensor and all the necessary cables. It comes pre-programmed. Power supply (12V 5A) and aluminium plate not included.

The sensor measures the temperature in the fermenter, the heating pads produce heat in exchange for electricity and the fans spread it evenly. The interface (screen, button) allows the selection of the ideal temperature for the desired fermentation and the programming of a timer.

Back of the PCB

Fermentation modes

On the upper part is the interface, through which you can program a fermentation cycle in a simple way. We have developed smart fermentation modes, specially designed for tempeh fermentation but which can be applied to the growth of any microorganism. These modes are easily accessible via the built-in interface and can be expanded as your fermentation practice grows.

The fermenter will allow you to reach the ideal temperature for the growth of your mycelium. For rhizopus, for example, we vary the temperature from 32°C to 27°C over a period of two days, to achieve perfect development. These incubation/fermentation modes can be easily modified/created by connecting the fermenter to a computer via a usb cable, if for example you want to create a reishi mode, which swings between 29°C and 26°C over a period of 6 days.

Front of the PCB

What is in the box

  • PCB (Pico, display, button)
  • Sensor + Grove Cable 40cm
  • LED + Grove Cable 40cm
  • 3X Heating pad + 4X block terminal + 3X 20cm cable + 75cm cable
  • 2X Fan + 1X block terminal + 60cm cable
  • Power connector + 75cm cable + switch
Suggested assembly
Preparing the cables
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