Digital Thermometers

Digital Thermometers measure temperature using a probe, and give a digital reading via a screen. They are easy to use with a simple display interface. The type of sensor determines how the thermometer works, for example resistance temperature detector (RTD), thermocouples and thermistors. For more about digital thermometers, how they work and what they can be used for, please see our digital thermometers guide.

Probe thermometers are a popular type of thermometer as they provide instant temperature readings. By placing the pointed probe into the sample you are testing, you can ensure it is the right temperature to meet any necessary standards.

There are a range of different probes which will vary in shape, size and material.
Digital thermometers are becoming increasingly popular in comparison to a liquid thermometer and they provide better accuracy and ease of use. Calibration is highly recommended for professional applications which require an accurate reading.
Handheld thermometers are great for portability, whereas panel-mount devices are a more permanent solution.

Uses for Digital Thermometers:
  • Food industry
  • Hygiene testing
  • Industrial maintenance
  • Heating & ventilation
  • Scientific research
  • Medical testing
  • General purpose temperature monitoring

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Description Price Absolute Maximum Temperature Measurement Calibrated Thermometer Type Probe Type Application Best Accuracy Number of Temperature Inputs Resolution Data Storage Length Width Height Dimensions Minimum/Maximum Recordings
RS Stock No. 179-7581
Mfr. Part No.EMR211X
+3 (Ice Alert) °C, +50 °C - Handheld - Bluetooth Communication - 1 - - 93mm 68mm 30mm 93 x 68 x 30mm -
RS Stock No. 179-7582
Mfr. Part No.RAR213HGX
+3 (Ice Alert) °C, +50 °C - Handheld - Bluetooth Communication - 1 - - 135.6mm 73mm 51.2mm 135.6 x 73 x 51.2mm Yes