1246PS-02 Write-Temp (TM) Thermometer - Tech Instrumentation

1246PS-02 Write-Temp (TM) Thermometer

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The Write-Temp (TM) is a ball-point pen and bi-metal thermometer in one! The Write-Temp 1246PS-02 (Patent Pending) features a Bi-metal 0-220 °F or -20/100 °C dial pocket test thermometer housed in a retractable ball-point pen shaft with Cooper-Atkins’ recalibration wrench.

The temperature range covers many of the items any foodservice operator tests on a regular basis. A magnifying Lexan lens makes for easy reading of the two degree markings on the dial. Accurate to +/- 2 degrees F or +/-1 degree C, this handy pocket test is also NSF listed and recalibratable using the built in calibration tool.

Product Specifications
Lens Magnifying lens for easy reading
Certification Bi-Metal Thermometer is NSF
Retractable Blue Ball-Point Pen Shaft
Pen Features Ribbed Finger Grip for Writing Comfort
Temperature Range 0 ° to 220 °F or -20 ° to 100 °C
Temperature Accuracy ±2 °F or ±1 °C
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Dial Diameter 1" / 2.54cm
Shaft Length 5" / 12.7cm

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Wireless temp sensor replacement

Great sensor, easy to install and connect with my weather station (less than a minute)

Great Service

Ordered and delivered on time

Poor Quality

Gave 2 stars for fast shipping. Poor quality. Stabbed around 10 bales and it’s already bent. My bales are tight, which they should be. Why would you make a probe with a blunt end and not pointed? This probe is so difficult to get into my bales and due to this, the head is already bent.

I really like the product.

Good features, needs gentle handling

I'm buying a replacement because I use it in my truck and it works well. Because there's no metal to attach the magnet to, I lay it in the little coin compartment above my left knee. I pick it up to read it, so the wire gets flexed a lot where it enters the housing. The insulation wore off and the wire shorted out, so I get a reading of HH.H for the outside temps. I'll probably reinforce the wire on the new one with tape or silicone caulk.

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