The range of a thermometer refers to the spectrum of temperatures it can measure or display.
Different types of thermometers can have different temperature ranges. For instance, a common digital thermometer typically has a narrow range, like from -50°C to +150°C. On the other hand, thermometers designed for high temperatures, low temperatures, or specialized uses may have a much wider range, going up to several thousand degrees Celsius or down near absolute zero. It’s also common for the same thermometer to have different levels of precision and resolution at different parts of its temperature range.
When picking out a thermometer, you need to think about the temperature range you need to measure and what your specific application requires. Make sure the thermometer you choose has a measuring range that covers the temperatures you expect to encounter and can provide accurate and reliable readings under your working conditions.
Meat Thermometer Range
A meat thermometer typically has a temperature range suitable for various types of meat cooking.
The Typhur InstaProbe instant read meat thermometer offers a wide temperature range of -58 to 572 °F (-49.9 to 299.9°C), suitable for various cooking needs.
Meanwhile, the Typhur Sync wireless meat thermometer is designed to consider environmental temperatures alongside internal meat temperatures. Its internal temperature range is 32°F – 212°F (0°C-100°C), ideal for measuring the doneness of different meats, while the ambient range extends from 32°F to 572°F (0°C-300°C), accommodating various cooking environments and methods.