Digital LCD Thermometer [Monitor Kegerator and Fermentation Temps]

LCD Digital Thermometer

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  • 【PRODUCT MATERIAL】Aquarium Thermometer uses a high-precision stainless steel sensor probe to measure the water temperature of the aquarium. The main unit uses a professional LCD display to solve the problem of not knowing the temperature of the fish tank, thus providing a healthy and comfortable water environment for all kinds of fish.
  • 【WIDE TEMPERATURE TEST】Fish Tank Thermometer Temperature Range -58 ℉ ~ +158℉; Temperature measurement accuracy: ±1℉; It can be used in temperature sensing of many types of liquids, making your temperature measurement so simple.
  • 【LONG BATTERY LIFE】Water Thermometer Powered by Two LR44 Button Cell (Included), Battery Working Time up to 8 Months.
  • 【LARGE SCREEN DISPLAY】Python Aquarium Vacuum with a Large Screen 1.6 inch LCD Display, Easy to Read Temperature for Children or Older People, Real-time monitoring of changes in water temperature.
  • 【Package Includes】Pond Thermometer Aquarium Thermometer 1 x Digital Aquarium Thermometer, 2 x Suction cup mounts, 1 x User manual, LR44 battery included.

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

Aquarium Thermometer, Fish Tank Thermometer, Water Thermometer seachem Prime with LCD Display Fahrenheit/Celsius(℉/℃) for Vehicle Reptile Terrarium Fish Tank Refrigerator by AikTryee  – note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

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3 thoughts on “Digital LCD Thermometer [Monitor Kegerator and Fermentation Temps]

    1. thadius856

      I wouldn’t use them for that. They’re terribly inaccurate. While they display to .1C, they’re only accurate to 1C.

  1. thadius856

    I’ve got 6 of these. I embedded one in each of my four stir plates, then drilled a hole in the back of the casing for the probe the feed out. I place the probe into my starters. When the starters complete and the yeast goes dormant, I usually see a 2F drop in the starter to let me know it’s fully fermented out.


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