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Posted Fri Sep 21, 2012, 4:53pm
Subject: Logging boiler temp with submerged USB thermometer?
 

Hey everyone,

So I have the little temp strips on my group head so I know where the temp is vaguely, but I just put in a new p-stat and I'm just kind of guessing where to set it.  I thought about stringing my roaster temp gauge through the steam wand, but I don't want to mess with making seals for it.

Today, I saw this crazy thing:

Click Here (www.zurmat.com)

It's a waterproof temp logger that you get the data off later.  Seems interesting, but I don't know if it's $75 interesting.  Anybody see something like this that puts out data wirelessly and in real time?
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Posted Fri Sep 21, 2012, 6:38pm
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I very much doubt that AAA batteries could survive the internal temps of your boiler. And as toxic as the internals of a battery are, I don't think I'd want one floating around in my boiler, anyway.
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