Skip to product information
1 of 1

Blue PCB Electronics

1B1 LCD Display Thermometer meter with Temperature Probe

1B1 LCD Display Thermometer meter with Temperature Probe

Regular price Dhs. 20.00
Regular price Sale price Dhs. 20.00
Sale Sold out
View full details


An LCD display thermometer meter with a temperature probe is a device designed to measure and display temperature readings using a liquid crystal display (LCD) screen. These thermometers are versatile and can be used in various applications, including cooking, laboratory work, industrial processes, and more. Here are some general features and components you might find in such a device:

General Description:

1. LCD Display:
The thermometer typically features an LCD screen for clear and easy-to-read temperature readings.
LCD displays are known for their low power consumption and can provide a digital readout of temperature values.

2. Temperature Probe:
The thermometer comes with a temperature probe, which is a sensor designed to measure the temperature of the surrounding environment.
The probe may be attached to the main unit through a cable, allowing for flexibility and ease of use.

3. Temperature Measurement Range:
The device will have a specified temperature measurement range, indicating the minimum and maximum temperatures it can accurately measure.

4. Accuracy and Resolution:
The thermometer will have a specified accuracy level, indicating how close its readings are to the true temperature.
Resolution refers to the smallest temperature difference that the thermometer can detect and display.

5. Units of Measurement:
The thermometer may allow users to switch between different units of temperature measurement, such as Celsius (°C) and Fahrenheit (°F).

6. Power Source:
The device may be powered by batteries or through an external power source, depending on the model.

7. Features:
Some thermometers may come with additional features, such as data logging, alarms for high or low temperatures, and the ability to hold and store readings.

8. Application:
LCD display thermometers with temperature probes are commonly used in various settings, including kitchens, laboratories, HVAC systems, and industrial processes.

9. Probe Types:
The type of temperature probe can vary, and common types include thermocouples, thermistors, or infrared sensors, depending on the specific application and temperature range requirements.

10. Calibration:
Some thermometers may offer calibration options to ensure accurate readings, allowing users to adjust the device if needed.

11. Build Quality:
The thermometer's construction and materials may vary. Some are designed for rugged industrial use, while others may be more suitable for indoor or laboratory environments.