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Old 06-01-2010, 06:46 AM   #1
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Temp Meter

Here is a link to the review @ techreaction. I am looking for other uses (other than cooking), ideas please.

I generally stick with air cooling.

Thanks

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The 72-7712 Digital Thermometer from Tenma Test Equipment is a dual thermocouple meter with internal logging capability, USB output for saving logged data and software up-link. This unit can become an integral part of a PC testing arsenal by allowing for isolation of case hot spots, heat sink testing and LN2/Dry Ice work. The limitations start to change and the performance bar can be raised when you know where it is hot and where it is not.
http://www.techreaction.net/2010/06/...s-inside-a-pc/
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