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Re: [APD] Moving tank outside under back porch- concerns? (paludarium)
I haven't used this particular model but I have used a
number of others. The better models are accurate within
about 1 degree F (regardless of the resolution of the
display) and the worse ones are off by about 3 degrees F.
Youcan always get lab grade instruments if greater accuracy
is needed, but at much higher prices. I've used them for
years without trouble, but now and then, as with anything,
you might get a clinker. ;-)
--- Andrew McLeod <thefish at theabyssalplain_freeserve.co.uk>
> On Mon, 26 Jan 2004 17:49:06 +1100, Andrew Mitchell
> <andrewm at cse_unsw.edu.au> wrote:
> > Anyone know of a thermo sensor that has either a visual
> or audio
> > alert feature?
> For anybody in the UK, I think this is pretty good value.
> ETI Electronic Digital Aquarium Thermometer:
> For £6.99, it does interior (in tank via probe) and
> exterior (inside the
> case) temperatures (including clearable min/max
> temperatures), can (once
> you figure out how) have a settable minimum and maximum
> alarm temperature,
> and is quite resilient. I know this because I once
> dropped mine in a
> bucket of water for a second or so, and after taking the
> battery out,
> taking it apart and letting it dry (I am too impatient to
> let it dry on
> its own), it then worked (although the exterior
> temperature was a little
> off at first. Also it comes with a battery, which is
> pretty good, since
> they last a while.
> Does anybody know how long the electronic thermometers
> last? Does there
> accuracy drift over time, or do they just keep going
> (unlike pH probes)?
> Andrew McLeod
> thefish at theabyssalplain_freeserve.co.uk
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