Pinpoint Wireless Digital Thermometer.
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Utilizing a radio wave signal, the remote sensor(s) will measure the temperature at the waterproof probe tip and send the information to the PINPOINT Temperature Display Monitor, which will display the temperature in Fº or Cº degrees.
The Pinpoint Wireless Thermometer can accept a maximum of 4 remote sensors, thus expanding the monitoring capability to 4 different locations to be displayed on the same Pinpoint Temperature Display Monitor.
Given proper care, the Pinpoint Wireless Thermometer should last a lifetime.
Remote sensors can transmit temperature signals as far as 100 feet (30 Meters) in optimum conditions.
The monitor and remote sensor are powered by two AAA batteries each.
Monitor accepts up to four remote temperature sensors.
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Ridiculous Review by Weng
I have this unit with an additional sensor unit. I placed both of them at the same place. One reads 75.5 degrees fahrenheit, the other reads 77.6. Contacted the manufacturer and was told each unit has a +/- 1.5 degrees, so between the 2 units I have, a difference is 2.1 degrees is acceptable to the manufacturer. Is this acceptable to you all out there? If it is, I will change the rating back to 5 star. (Posted on 1/11/2013)
Awesome Product!! Review by Compguy
I set this up on two tanks, my Display and my Frag tank, both sensors are in the basement, cause that's were all the sumps are, and the Display is 1st floor above the sumps, I have the receiver all the way on the other end of the house 1 floor above the sensors so when ever I am coming or going I can see it and monitor the temps, I haven't had any problems picking up the sensors, actually, I pick up 2 additional temps from outdoor sensors for household temperature monitoring. (Posted on 1/15/2010)
Good Product! Review by JWW
This is a pretty neat gadget. Especially if you have multiple sensors where you can check various parts of your tank and/or sump with just a push of a button. (Posted on 6/19/2009)