Hygrometer and Thermometer
This hygrometer and thermometer by ThermoWorks is perfect for testing the humidity in a cheese cave. Each unit includes a wall bracket, remote sensor, and operating instructions. This hygrometer is a professional tool at an affordable price. It records Min and Max temperatures and can be set to display Fahrenheit or Centigrade. With large 1 inch digits you'll have no trouble reading the current display.
Mount your hygrometer right to a wall with a convenient wall mount or set it onto a solid surface with the fold-out stand. This unit can display two separate temperature readings using a sensor on a 10 foot cable (included) to also measure temperature in a remote location. The humidity sensor is housed in the hygrometer body so it can only monitor moisture at the base location. It will not read humidity in the remote location.
Note: It is important to use a hygrometer that provides an accurate reading. Many digital hygrometers are not intended for high moisture measurement. We've tested, and rejected, multiple units before finding this accurate hygrometer and thermometer.
- 20 to 99% RH Range
- Indoor 32 to 122°F / 0 to 50°C
- Outdoor -58 to 158°F / -50 to 70°C
- Accuracy ±3% RH at 77°F (25°C) | ±2°F (1°C)
- Max/Min memory
- Reading update every 10 seconds
- Battery type AAA
- 1" display digits
- 3.9 x 4.3" (79 x 66mm)
- Remote sensor wire 9.8' (3 meters)
- °F/°C switchable
- Foldaway stand
- Mounting bracket
- Q & A
- Related Recipes
Why I haven’t bought one sooner
Very easy to use, large display. It’s the best investment I’ve made
Hygrometer and Thermometer Review
Recently added this little tool to my cheese making. It works really well with a mini fridge to tell me the temperature & humidity both inside and out. Now I just wish I could get my humidity above 25%!
Easy to install and use! Taking my cheesemaking up a level!!
My husband wants to steal it!
My husband wants to steal it! He keeps asking me to "borrow " it for his brewing, weather watching and indoor temperature conditions control. No no no, it's mine