Taylor Digital Panel Mount Submersible Thermometer

Taylor Precision Products - 9940N Digital Panel Mount Thermometer (-40- to 300-Degrees Fahrenheit, -40- to 150-Degrees Celsius)

Taylor Precision Products – 9940N Digital Panel Mount Thermometer (-40- to 300-Degrees Fahrenheit, -40- to 150-Degrees Celsius)

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  • This thermometer measures temperatures from -40- to 150 degrees Celsius (-40- to 300-degrees Fahrenheit), with an accuracy of +/ -1.8 degrees Fahrenheit from 14- to 212-degrees and +/- 3.6-degrees outside this range.
  • An immersible air/liquid temperature probe is waterproof and is attached by a 10-foot cable.
  • A 10-second sampling rate provides quick, accurate results.
  • Suitable for use in laboratories, factories, and other temperature-sensitive environments.
  • Requires one (1) AAA battery (included).

 

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Possible uses: Mash tun temps, HLT temps, boil kettle temp, fermentation chamber and kegerator.

Taylor Precision Products Digital Panel Mount Thermometer (-40- to 300-Degrees Fahrenheit, -40- to 150-Degrees Celsius) – 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 “Taylor Digital Panel Mount Submersible Thermometer

  1. Tim

    I’ve got two of these, one for mash one for HLT, and they’ve been excellent. I’ve got them mounted in a project box, and the leads fit in-between the wide threads of the lids on my Rubbermaid 10gal bev cooler tuns.

    One of them is off by +2degF; I use that for HLT where it matters less. The one I use for mash is accurate.

    The biggest benefit for me is monitoring temp on the mash. At the start of mash I now get a consistent read and can adjust with hot/cold water.

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  2. Anonymous

    Be forewarned, for those of us that make wine too it has been my experience that sulfites fry the probes on these. In the winery we’ve had to switch to a hot water only wash.

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