- This thermometer measures temperatures from -40- to 150 degrees Celsius (-40- to 300-degrees Fahrenheit), with an accuracy of +/ -1.8 degrees Fahrenheit from 14- to 212-degrees and +/- 3.6-degrees outside this range.
- An immersible air/liquid temperature probe is waterproof and is attached by a 10-foot cable.
- A 10-second sampling rate provides quick, accurate results.
- Suitable for use in laboratories, factories, and other temperature-sensitive environments.
- Requires one (1) AAA battery (included).
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Taylor Precision Products Digital Panel Mount Thermometer (-40- to 300-Degrees Fahrenheit, -40- to 150-Degrees Celsius)
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Specifications for this item
|Material Type||Plastic , metal|
|Number of Items||1|
|LowerTemperature Range||-40 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Temperature Range||-40/300 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||300 Degrees Fahrenheit|
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This thermometer has a lead that is almost to long and it is submergable. The long lead makes dropping the meter into the mash or where ever darn near impossible. If you are looking for thermometer this is the one to buy. The only trouble with the thermometer is you have to pull it apart to pull the battery to turn off, no big deal.
However, the tip that I received on mine was a bit different. Since I'd planned on using this in a thermowell, that's a small problem that I'll need to overcome.
For those curious about accuracy, it reads round-about 211*F in a small pot of boiling water at 164 ft above sea level.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for a Danby kegerator. It did not have digital thermostat. I put the probe in a water bottle, sealed it up and and placed it in the kegerator. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kristin Kennedy
I used this thermometer (twice) for checking mash temperature when brewing beer. I purchased this unit because my last thermometer finally gave up the ghost (also reviewed by me)... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nathan Campbell
Used for home brewing. Works great. Only downside is no on/off switch as others have stated. Used other cheaper models and have had them fail with one batch, this seems to work... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christopher varney
I use this thermometer during mashing, and in cooling liquids for both yeast propagation and brewing beer. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kyle