Inkbird Logging Temperature Sensor [Monitor Kegerator & Fermentation Temps] – Featured in “6 Upgrades for Your Kegerator”

Inkbird Wireless Bluetooth Thermometer & Hygrometer Smart Sensor Data Logger with Waterproof External Probe/Magnet/Alert for Android&IOS Used for Food Storage Brewing Reptiles Instrument Cigar IBS-TH1

Inkbird Wireless Bluetooth Thermometer & Hygrometer Smart Sensor Data Logger with Waterproof External Probe/Magnet/Alert for Android&IOS Used for Food Storage Brewing Reptiles Instrument Cigar IBS-TH1

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  • [Measuring Range] Monitoring Range: 50 meters / 150ft (No Obstructions). Temperature Range: -40~140°F (Inner Sensor)/ -40~212°F (External Probe). Humidity Range: 0~99%RH.
  • [Probe & Mode] Inside and external probe are supplied. Inside probe can monitor spatial range T&H such as indoor and outdoor, while external probe can monitor liquid temperature. °C /°F mode and with magnet base.
  • [Accurate & Fast Response] Use the new generation of France HTU21D temperature and humidity sensors. Power consumption will be lower, and working life will be longer. (Humidity and Temperature accuracy is±2%RH and 0.5°F)
  • [Data Storage & Sampling Interval] Hold data for 20 days if the sampling interval is 1min, and the max date storage is 30000 points. Different sampling interval can be setting.(10s/ 30s/ 1min/ 2mins/ 5mins/ 10mins/ 30mins) The saving data time will be different if you choose different sampling interval.
  • [APP & Multiple Devices] Free APP (Engbird) can be applied to IOS and Android system, which supports multi-language. History and immediacy data can be remotely checked through Bluetooth. One mobile phone can monitor more than one sensor, and one sensor can be monitored by more than one mobile phone.

 

Possible uses include monitoring kegerator temperatures, beer fridge temperatures and fermentation chamber/area temperatures.

What are others saying?  Search this product’s Amazon reviews for “fermentation” and “kegerator

I use this in my kegerator!  See: Upgrade Your Kegerator – 6 Improvements for some more info and photos.  Also: Battery Replacement Guide for Inkbird IBS-TH1

Inkbird Wireless Bluetooth Thermometer & Hygrometer Smart Sensor Data Logger with Waterproof External Probe/Magnet/Alert for Android&IOS Used for Food Storage Brewing Reptiles Instrument Cigar IBS-TH1


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8 thoughts on “Inkbird Logging Temperature Sensor [Monitor Kegerator & Fermentation Temps] – Featured in “6 Upgrades for Your Kegerator”

  1. ChrisR

    Any update on how to change a battery? Is it possible? According to the information it’s just a standard button cell in there, I think a CR2032 but I can’t remember exactly. I’ve had mine for about two weeks and the battery life has already dropped almost 20%. At that rate I don’t know how it will last a year. I changed it from checking every minute to every 5 minutes, and that seems to have extended the battery life a little. If I have to change it to only check every 10 minutes that’ll be a bummer. So far just have it logging my kegerator, but I plan to use this to monitor fermentations too.

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    1. admin Post author

      Hey Chris, haven’t had a chance to dig into this yet, but I just sent an email to my contact at the manufacturer. I’ll let you know what the answer is in these comments.

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  2. Nathan

    Im excited, just bought 2. I figure ill throw em on my conicals along with the temp probes to really see how the beer ferments over the course of the cycle (depending on the beer) to see if my 1 degree setting is keeping up or if I need to make changes and my ranges are skewing too far apart. Thanks for the heads up Chris!

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  3. Pete

    I just started using mine too, iOS app, and I am also impressed, at least for the last few days. I know this is very early, since this is relatively new, but have you found any way to change out the battery? There is no reference to that in the documentation, it only states the battery should last “1 year”, and the “puck” seems pretty well sealed. Does that make it disposable? Or worst case, I wait until it goes dead 1 year from now, and then operate on it???

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    1. admin Post author

      Hey Pete! I haven’t tackled that yet. I see where the back can be opened, but I haven’t taken a look to see what kind of battery is in this. I aim to do that though. Full disclosure – the directions indicate this should be done only by a professional.

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      1. Pete

        Thanks. Yes, I read that “professional” too. (Maybe it’s nuclear powered???) The back on mine didn’t have any markings. There is a thin seam around the edge, but it didn’t look like there were any “notches” where you might start disassembly. Again, no rush now, but for how handy it is and how well it has worked so far, I’d sure like to know I can renew it. Please, in the meantime if you do figure it out, I’d love to know how it went!

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