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    Hi , can anyone recommend a good inexpensive digital thermometer w/ k type thermocouple that can be hard wired and mounted on face of my brick oven.


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    Re: digital thermometer ?

    Depends what you mean by inexpensive, I guess. I *still* plan on finishing my WiFi compatible quad digital thermometer with display (it is working ...), and when I do I plan on seeing if anybody wants to buy it. Until then, these are the 'go to guys' for thermometers.

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      Don't know if your still looking but I just got a quote on the IMC Instruments thermometer, which came in at $280, for the version with three inputs, plus $18 each for the K-type thermocouples with 5' wires. You can see their website.

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        Re: digital thermometer ?

        I bought my k type thermocouple probes from Auber Instruments Inc
        auberins.com, Temperature control solutions for home and industry
        Found the company easy to deal with online with good comms.

        I got a few K type high temperature thermocouples for heat treatment
        Item Number WRNK-191 for just over $18 each - Quality are to ok for the price. They only have spade ends and I bought K Type Thermocouple Mini Connector Plug, Model: TCMALE $3.00 each and works fine.

        I have not installed in my oven yet but I have been using it to monitor my electric oven and works fine.



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          Re: digital thermometer ?

          Others have had luck using diesel automotive pyrometers gauges and probes used to measure exhaust gasses, there have been several listed near here on Craigslist for around $30-40.