Digital Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer

Part No: DRF1 (4630166)

The DRF1 Digital Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer is designed for use in your Refrigerator or Freezer, withstanding temperatures down to -22°F to (-30°C).

  • Temperature Range: -22°F to +158°F / -30°C to +70°C.
  • Scales: °C/°F selectable
  • Rating: IP65
  • Warranty: 1 Year limited

 

DRF1 Digital Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer

The DRF1 Digital Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer is designed for use in your Refrigerator or Freezer, withstanding temperatures down to -22°F to (–30°C).

  • Temperature Range: -22°F to +158°F / –30°C to +70°C.
  • Scales: °C/°F selectable
  • Rating: IP65

Use to check your fridge or freezer is at the correct temperature, keeping food safe to eat.

 


Recommended Storage Temperatures

You should always try to ensure that you keep your appliances at the proper temperatures. Your refrigerator temperature should ideally be kept at or below +4°C / +40°F*. The freezer temperature should be kept at -18°C / 0°F*. We would recommend that you check your appliance temperatures periodically. Fridge/Freezer thermometers are the best way of knowing if any temperatures showing on your appliances are accurate.

  • Recommended Storage Range for your Refrigerator  +33°F to +40°F / +0.5°C to +4.5°C
  • Recommended Storage Range for your Freezer -10°F to 0°F / -23°C to -18°C
*Source: FDA

 

 

 

Technical Specifications

NameValue
Temperature Range-22°F to +158°F / –30°C to +70°C
Accuracy±1°C / 2°F
Resolution0.1°C / 0.1°F
Update RateEvery 30 Seconds
IP RatingIP65
Battery Type3 Volt, Button Cell (CR2032)
Battery Life>1 Year
Scales°C/°F selectable
MountStand, Hang or Magnetic Mount
CertificationNSF Listed
Warranty1 Year Limited

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Documentation

Articles / FAQs

NameDate
My device has corrosion in the battery compartment

My device has corrosion in the battery compartment

This may cause your device to cease functioning, or become dangerous. In all cases, please return your instrument to Comark for servicing.

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Ideally, prevention is better than cure for this problem. Check your batteries regularly to ensure they have not leaked, and if you are planning to store the instrument without use for a prolonged period, please consider removing the batteries and storing them separately.

16th April 2015