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Eco Thermometer MAX MIN

Eco Thermometer MAX MIN


  • Removable stainless steel penetration probe
  • Large, easy-to-read LCD display
  • Max/min, hold & C/°F functions
  • Instruction Manual

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The EcoTemp digital thermometer features a large, easy-to-read LCD display with display hold and max/min memory functions. The EcoTemp ® Digital Foodservice Thermometer measures temperature over a range of -49.9 to 199.9°C with a resolution of 0.1°C / °F. Open circuit and low battery indications are displayed, if applicable. This thermometer is ideal for monitoring food cooking and storage temperatures for HACCP and health and safety procedures.

Each EcoTemp ® thermometer is supplied with a removable stainless steel food penetration probe (Ø3.5 x 125mm) with a 700mm silicone connection cable.

Range: -49.9 to 199.9°C

Resolution: 0.1°C / °F

Accuracy: ± 1°C (-49.9 to 149.9°C)

Battery: 2 x 1.5 volt AAA

Battery life: 10000 hours

Sensor type: thermistor

Display: Custom 22mm LCD

Dimensions: 20 x 58 x 165mm

Weight: 115 grams

Housing: ABS plastic

Warranty: one year

Measurement scale: Celsius / Fahrenheit

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MONDIAL RELAY: 3 to 5 days of transport.
DPD: 2 to 3 days of transport.
DHL: 1 shipping day.

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