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Digital Thermometers.

BrainEater

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This may or may not be the right place for this , but it's an I need help at least.

I need everyones input about thermometers.

Digital ones , that will do at least -100 c .

If I had the choice , I'd run a Fluke 54 series II.......it's a 2 channel thermometer that is capable of linking to a computer and logging/etc......

That's 750$ worth of thermometer with probes.......I'm curious if anyone can come up with cheaper solutions.

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3.0charlie

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Jody (3oh6) is the King of sub-zero cooling - contact him. He'll definitely guide you in the right direction.
 

BrainEater

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Great link.Thx !!

I knew there were others around , I certainly dont need the accuracy/specs of the fluke.

I'm actually looking at 'process thermometers' right now.The one I have currently won't do the low temps.......but there are others ;)

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Jody (3oh6) is the King of sub-zero cooling - contact him. He'll definitely guide you in the right direction.
i wouldn't go near as far as saying king, but yes, i do like it cold :biggrin:

this is what i use. i have two of them and they are perfect for my needs. dual input, won't break the bank, haven't had a single issue with them and are pretty decent on batteries. they definitely suit the needs for benching with LN2 or warmer.

TM200 - Dual Input Type K Thermometer

i got both mine from Active Electronics (THERMOMETER DUAL INPUT TYPE K) but you might be able to find them cheaper just searching google with web pages from Canada. i just got mine from Active because they had a couple in stock when i ordered and needed them quickly. usually it is a 2-3 week wait through them though. fire away with any specific questions you may have about them. HTH
 

BrainEater

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Ah yes , I suspected Extech made thermometers.I was in another electronics store asking about extech products , but they said no.....

Cool , I shop at active allatime.


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SKYMTL

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I agree with 3oh6 about this one. Extech is the way to go for price / performance.
 
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