I'm looking for a digital freezer thermometer for a domestic freezer. It
would seem the majority are hard-wired at present, although there is a
suggestion of some wirless models in the not too distant future.
Does anyone have any recommendations?
There seem to be quite a few models around, but no objective information
on the range. They mainly seem to have the display on the outside
(attached with the equievalent of a fridge magnet) and the sensor inside
attached by a cable which goes through the door (and apparently the door
seal just shuts right on top)
Google groups didn't throw up a great deal, although there was a posting
about an RF model in this ng in about 2004.
I found a couple of reasonable pages with some digital models viz
I want to avoid the scenario where to find the thermometer you have to
open the freezer door and hunt around for the thermometer, thereby
letting lots of warm air in and affecting the temperature reading.
The majority of digital models seem to run on batteries, which would be
fine, but a mains powered version would be just as good.