- Dual-range digital thermometer with alarm for monitoring temperature in freezers, refrigerators, incubators, water baths, and heating blocks
- Measures temperature from -50 to 70 degrees C (-58 to 158 degrees F, with an accuracy of + or - 1 degree C
- Glycol-filled bottle probe with 10 ft. cable thin enough to be closed in a refrigerator door
- Minimum/Maximum temperature memory and programmable temperature alarm for monitoring accuracy of refrigeration temperatures
- Calibrated to ISO 17025 traceability standards for reliability of measurements
Thomas ABS Plastic Traceable Refrigerator and Freezer Thermometer, with Bottle Probe, -58 to 158 degree F, -50 to 70 degree C
Specifications for this item
|Material Type||ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)|
|Number of Items||1|
|Import Designation||Made in USA|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|LowerTemperature Range||-58 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Overall Length||4.25 inches|
|Overall Width||2.75 inches|
|Power Source Type||battery-powered|
|Temperature Range||-58/158 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||158 Degrees Fahrenheit|
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The Thomas Memory Monitoring Refrigerator and Freezer Thermometer is a digital thermometer used for monitoring the temperatures in freezers, refrigerators, incubators, water baths, and heating blocks. The thermometer measures temperature from -50 to 70 degrees C (-58 to 158 degrees F, with an accuracy of + or -1 degree C. The 1 inch by 2.5 inch bottle probe is filled with a nontoxic glycol solution that is generally recognized to be safe around food. The bottle and glycol solution insulate the sensor from sudden temperature changes. The probe is attached with a 10 ft. micro cable, which can be shut in a refrigerator door without creating a gap. The thermometer memory stores minimum/maximum values and has a temperature alarm that can be programmed to indicate audibly and visually when the temperature exceeds a maximum or minimum value. The alarm will continue to sound even when the temperature returns to the set range, until it is turned off. This thermometer is traceable to National Institute of Standards and Technology, indicating that it is calibrated to International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 17025 levels. The Thomas Memory Monitor Thermometer is used in food storage, scientific laboratories, and other industries that require temperature monitoring.
|Temperature range||-50 to 70 degrees C (-58 to 158 degrees F)|
|Accuracy||+ or - 1 degree C|
|Resolution||1 degree C/1 degree F|
|Bottle probe length||2.5"|
|Cable length||10 ft.|
|Standard met||International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 17025|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||4.25 x 2.75 x 0.75 inches|
H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Digital thermometers are instruments used to measure the temperature of air, liquids, or surfaces electronically. They may measure temperature in Celsius, Fahrenheit, or both. Most digital thermometers use thermistors, which are small electronic resistors. Thermistors are made out of metals that conduct electricity within a certain range and become more conductive the warmer they get. A microcontroller inside the thermometer measures this electrical conductivity and converts it to a temperature, which is displayed on an LCD. Digital thermometers are used in a wide range of applications, including in laboratory settings, food service and storage, and in doctors' offices and hospitals.
Thomas Scientific manufactures lab supplies, equipment, chemicals, and instruments for scientific research. It is a registered contractor for the United States Federal Government. The company was founded in 1899 and is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA.
What’s in the Box?
- Thomas Memory Monitoring Refrigerator and Freezer Thermometer
- Bottle probe
- Flip-open stand
- Velcro mounting strips
- Magnetic mounting strips
- Traceable certificate
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Top Customer Reviews
I then used the Thomas thermometer system (for several days) to check out the new fridge, which passed with flying colors. The Thomas device is similar to a thermometer I use to cook things like prime rib roasts---with a probe inside of the meat that sends the temp info along a cable connecting to a gage outside of the oven. The Thomas device informed me of some things I did not know about going on inside the refrigerator. I learned that the temperature inside the door section was about 4 degrees warmer than the rest of the fridge. Our milk no longer gets put in the door but in the center or rear portion of the fridge where the temps are uniformly the coldest.
I returned the thermometer device to its box for the next time we, or friends, might need to use it. Because this is one of those electronic devices that may not be used again for years, you should remember a special precaution. Before storing it, remove the batteries. I learned about this the hard way when I lost an expensive piece of equipment from an acid leak of alkaline batteries that were left too long in dormant storage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have used this for over one year now in a chest freezer holding food. It has worked perfectly, showing temp ranges that it has been max and min since it was turned on over a year... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tim
June 8 2015 9 months after purchase I've downgraded the rating to 1 star, It is now dead and no longer working, you would think paying $60 for a thermometer you're paying for high... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Saad Majid Rubaye
Excellent thermometers, used them for two years in a medical clinic for immunization storage.Published 14 months ago by Harold DeLaughter
Terrific!!!! Alarm is loud enough to get your attention. We had a power outage in the neighborhood while we were out of town & without this I would probably have thrown away a... Read morePublished 17 months ago by ERDoc