USB Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer

USB Indoor Outdoor Thermometer

If you are looking for a cool gadget to start 2012 off with, check out the USB Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer. This thermometer plugs into your PC or laptop USB port and includes two waterproof external temperature sensors and one internal sensor. This third generation thermometer from Brando is a great way to keep track of all sorts of temperature related data and includes software for easy logging and storage.

Whether you are an up-and-coming meteorologist or just some concerned with the temperature around your PC and server, this handy little USB device will let you monitor and track the daily changes. For people concerned about extreme temperatures, whether they are high or low, you can set up the software to send you an email alert to notify you when that temperature is reached. This is a very handy way to monitor the temperature of your server, especially if it is located in a small area or somewhere you don’t frequently visit.

USB Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer III

  • Probe Type: NTC thermistor (10K F3950), Powered by USB, Voltage: +5V, Current: <10mA
  • Temperature Range: Internal Sensor: -40 ~ +120°C, Temperature Range: External Sensor: -50 ~ +150°C
  • Temperature Resolution: 0.1°C, Temperature Accuracy: ±1.5°C
  • Temperature can be captured from every second to 12 hours
  • The logged data can be pasted to Word / Excel easily
  • Support Window 7 / Vista / XP

You can purchase the USB Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer at Brando for $32.

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James lives in California, but grew up on the East Coast where he received a BS and an MBA with specialization in Financial Management. Prior to joining GeekAlerts, he worked as a financial manager for a high-end estate planning firm. James enjoys the beach, running, mountain biking and almost any outdoor activity.

2 Responses to “USB Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer”

  1. Check this cooler gadget to start 2012 even better: iCelsius

  2. I have been looking for a dual probe USB for three years.
    Where can I get this? Cannot find it.
    Can I use 2 single units one the same computer?

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