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  1. Extech 39240 Waterproof Stem Thermometer 1
    £20.49
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    Extech 39240 Waterproof Stem Thermometer

    • Measures temperature in frozen materials and liquids
    • Range of -40 to 392°F (-40 to 200°C)
    • 70mm probe length
  2. Extech 401014 Big Digit Indoor Outdoor Thermometer
    £24.96
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    Extech 401014 Big Digit Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer

    • Ideal for offices, greenhouses and any other application
    • Constantly monitors and displays both indoor and outdoor temperature
    • Wall-mountable or place on a flat surface using the built-in stand
  3. Extech TH10 Temperature USB Datalogger
    £47.28
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    Extech TH10 Temperature USB Datalogger

    • Ideal for use in everywhere from greenhouses to freezers
    • Log up to 32000 individual temperature readings
    • User-selectable data sampling rates and alarms, plus USB transfer to PC
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Digital Thermometers

About Digital Thermometers

Designed for use with thermocouples, digital thermometers require direct contact with a surface in order to measure temperature. They're generally more accurate than infrared thermometers, which measure temperature at a distance without the need to make contact.

As each thermocouple is different, the overall measurement range and capabilities of the digital thermometer depends upon which thermocouples can be used with it. Most of these instruments are compatible with common types of thermocouples such as K or J, but many others are also compatible with different thermocouple types such as T, E, N, R and S.

If you need to measure temperature at a distance and don't believe it'll be safe to measure temperature using one of these tools, we'd highly recommend using an IR thermometer instead. If the application is safe, use a digital thermometer to ensure you get the extra level of accuracy you need when making measurements.

Any questions you have about our range of digital thermometers can be answered by simply giving us a call. Our dedicated team will help you decide which product(s) you need and support you at every step of the order process and beyond.