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Vapochill temperature calibration?

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Can you calibrate the units? Mines saying -69c unloaded which is complete bull or does anyone know of a temperature that I can make into a lead and use?

Something similar to this, but it has to be 2 pin instead of 3 and work with the Vapochill control board.

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I'm kind of using the same thing now, that's whats giving me the dodgy results.
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It's a thermoresistor rated down to -40C, never that accurate. One could add a variable resistor in series and adjust it to an outside temperature reader.
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