I am not sure if this is the correct forum, but I'll hope. I have a
Nu-Temp wireless thermometer that I really like
(http://www.nu-temp.com/701.htm ) except for 2 things.
The maximun temperature that it can display is 392F, and even the high
has a maximum temperature rating of 572F.
My main concern is that I can't check to get, say, a 450F temperature,
and I'm a bit concerned that with a hot flame on my LP grill I could
damage the probe.
So.... Is it possible to use an alternate probe (thermocouple) that is
rated for higher temperatures (something like
I'm not sure if thermocouples can be interchanged or have certain
characteristics that would make them unusable.
I just don't want to burn up probes.
Any suggestions are welcome.