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You simply can't beat the DOT alarm thermometer for accuracy combined with simplicity. Up and down buttons set the target temp and DOT beeps when you get there. Champion BBQ teams buy these in stacks.
5-up: $37.00 ea.
Straightforward Display: Current & alarm temp
The large display shows your current temperature and your set target temperature.
Compatible with any Pro-Series Probe
Use any of our professional-grade Pro-Series probes.
Easy-to-Use: Just 2 buttons
Set your target temp with the up and down buttons, insert your probe, and wait for DOT to alert you.
Splash-proof, Convenient, Design: IP65 rating & magnetic
Stick onto the oven for extra countertop space, and feel confident DOT can withstand splashes and spills.
- Probe-Style Alarm Thermometer
- Probe cable (47" long) survives 700°F
- Big digits are seen from a distance
- Now includes a backlight
- Designed in Utah by ThermoWorks
DOT is engineered to do one thing really well. Set your target temperature with the up or down buttons, insert the probe in your food, and DOT beeps when it gets there. Simple as that. Hit any button and the beeping stops. The display still flashes till your temperature drops below the setpoint. DOT uses any of the Pro-Series probes designed for our popular ChefAlarm. The included 4.5-inch probe reads temperatures up to 572°F with a cable that withstands 700°F. Designed for commercial food service, DOT beats houseware brands for intuitive usability and survivability.
DOT is designed to track temperatures over an extended period of time with moderate-heat cooking methods such as smoking, oven-roasting, deep-frying, homebrewing, and Sous Vide and to be used while grilling. DOT is not meant to be used in place of a digital instant-read thermometer, such as a Thermapen MK4 or a ThermoPop, or used with broiling.
Only two buttons to learn - Up and Down! No complicated programming, no flashing piggies, chickens or cows. Made for people who know what they're doing in the kitchen and who don't want to get bogged down in gadgetry or hemmed-in by someone else's "pre-programmed doneness". Set your own temperatures, faster than anything out there. When the alarm sounds, if you want you can add a few degrees just by tapping the Up button.
Use DOT for Sous Vide, roasting, baking, smoking, breads, pastries, candy making, home brewing and lots more. The included 4" probe can be used for hundreds of things but versatility is expanded by four optional Pro-Series probes. If you're international or uber-scientific, change from Fahrenheit to Celsius using the On/Off button on the rear.
DOT is a professional tool designed for commercial use. Molded-in, splash-proof seals and commercial grade plastic body survive messy kitchen hands. Includes a tilt-out stand for counter use and strong magnets for metal surfaces. Pro-Series probes last much longer than houseware probes.
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I use my DOT all the time. You just set your target internal temp, put it in the thickest part of the meat (not touching bone) and let it cook. With the DOT you don’t have to worry about over-shooting your meat and having it turn out dry or mushy. And you don’t have to worry about pulling it off too soon and having it be tough – or worse making folks sick.
Read the Review
|Range||-58 to 572°F (-50 to 300°C)|
|Cooking Probe Cable Range||Max 700°F (370°C)|
|Accuracy||±1.8°F (±1.0°C) from -4 to 248°F (-20 to 120°C)|
±3.6°F (±2.0°C) from -58 to -4°F / 248 to 392°F (-50 to -20°C / 120 to 200°C)
±5.4°F (±3.0°C) from 392 to 572°F (200 to 300°C)
|Max Sounds Volume||70dB|
|IP Rating||IP65 (excluding probe connector)|
|Operating Range||32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)|
|Battery||2 x AAA, 5000 hours (1 year typical depending on alarm use)|
|Dimensions||3.125 H x 3.125 W x 0.75 D inches (79.4 H x 79.4 W x 19.1 D mm)|
|Pro-Series High Temp 4.5-inch Straight Penetration Probe (included)|
|Cable Max Temp||700°F (370°C)|
|Transition Max Temp||644°F (340°C)|
|Transition Dimensions||1.4 L x 0.35 inches dia. (35.6 L x 8.9 mm dia.)|
|Probe Range||-58 to 572°F (-50 to 300°C)|
|Cable Length||47 inches (1.2m)|
|Probe Dimensions||4.5 L x 0.13 inches dia. reduces to 0.08 inches dia.|
(114.3 L x 3 mm dia. reduces to 2 mm dia.)
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Exclusive to Signals, DOT, ChefAlarm, Smoke, and Smoke X. Pro-Series temperature probes are built to last in commercial kitchens. The included Pro-Series High Temp Cooking Probe measures to 572°F with a cable max temp to 700°F for short term exposure. This is the highest rated probe of its class. Probes store away in the included padded case for storage. Pro-Series probes do not operate with other products.
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).