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Fridge/Freezer Thermometer (RT615)

SKU: RT615
$15.00

5-up: $11.00 ea.

  • Powers off when not in use
  • 5-year battery life
  • IP65 water resistant
  • Large and clear display
  • °C/°F switchable
  • Range from -13 to 122°F (-25 to 50°C)
  • Visual danger zone alert

Meant for use inside a fridge or freezer, the ThermoWorks RT615 water-resistant digital thermometer turns off to save battery power when door is shut and powers on automatically with the presence of light. Typical battery life is 5 years. It displays temperature on a large-digit, high-contrast display with a safety zone visual alert when the temperature reading is above 46°F (8°C). A convenient built-in hanging clip can be used to hang the thermometer from a refrigerator rack or can also be swung down to use as a kick stand. With a waterproof rating to IP65, no condensation will ingress during use at low temperatures. It's easy to use, easy to install, and easy to read temperature. For use in food service, pharmaceutical and medical storage, home, lab, and much more.

  • Range-13 to 122°F (-25 to 50°C)
    Accuracy±1.8°F (±1°C) over full range
    Resolution0.1° over full range
    Reading Update10 seconds
    AlertVisual display alert (snowflake) when temperature exceeds 46°F (8°C)
    Battery 3 volt lithium, type CR2032 x 1 piece, about 5 years
    Auto-Off Powers off with absence of light
    Display 0.87 H x 2.3 W inches (22 H x 59 W mm)
    IP RatingIP65
    Dimensions1.65 H x 2.8 W 0.83 D inches (42 H x 71 W x 21 D mm)

    2.3 H x 2.8 W x 0.83 D inches (59 H x 71 W x 21 D mm) with clip extended

  • What is an IP Rating?

    An IP rating, also known as "International Protection" or "Ingress Protection" rating, is a value assigned to a product that determines its susceptibility to ingress from solids and liquids. The first numeric digit relates to the level of protection against solid objects, and the second numeric digit indicates the level of protection against liquid ingress. Click for a table of IP Rating values.

    IP65 - No ingress of dust (6); Protection from water ingress: Low pressure jets of water (5).


    Auto-Off Feature

    The RT615 includes a light sensor that powers the unit off when deprived of light. When used with refrigerators that power internal lights off when the door closes, the RT615 will turn off to save battery power. When the door opens and light is available to the unit, the RT615 will power on automatically displaying the current temperature.

Ratings & Reviews

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Simple but effective
After losing two refrigerators to compressor and evaporator failures in about as many years, I'm paranoid about monitoring the temps in my fridge and freezer. I keep one of these babies in the fridge compartment and another in the freezer. The display turns on when light strikes it, turns off in the dark -- a very nice battery-saving feature. I also like that there are no wires to deal with. The display is large and easy to read. My only suggestion for improvement is to add a more secure way to fasten the case. The included stand/hook works okay if you can hang or stand the monitor where you won't bump it, but I inevitably do. I want to add a dot of Velcro or a magnet to the back of the monitor so I can put it in a more out-of-the-way yet visible place.
July 22, 2017
Thermo Works is the best
I have the RT615 in all of my coolers and I can not say enough good thing about this product except if you are not using one of these in your cooler you need to be. Thank you!!!
July 28, 2017
Purchased

3 months ago
Good Product
The RT615 is a good accurate product. I have purchased several in the past can't remember the exact year probably 5 years.Batteries last for years. Last purchases were gifts for my family.
October 12, 2017
Purchased

1 month ago
Does the job
I've used it to dial in both of the ref/freezer I have. I like the fact it turns off when the door/light closes. (saves the battery) So far so good.
June 24, 2017
Purchased

4 months ago