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Pocketherm Folding Thermometer

Part No: P125 (3613421)

P125 Pocketherm Folding Thermometer from Comark, it's fast, it folds, it bleeps! Neat, Pocket Digital for quick checks on frozen, chilled or cooked food.

  • Temperature Range: -40 °C to +125°C
  • LEDs indicate temperatures within HACCP limits
  • Thin Tip Probe: 1.5mm
  • Warranty: 2 Years

 

Pocketherm Folding Thermometer

The P125 Pocketherm Folding Thermometer from Comark, it’s fast, it folds, it bleeps!

Use this neat Pocket Digital Thermometer for quick checks on frozen, chilled or cooked food. The coloured LEDs will light up to indicate temperatures within HACCP limits. The P125 Pocketherm Folding Thermometer will light up (RED) and beep when food has reached a safe cooking temperature for example. This makes it really quick and easy to use.

Flashing LEDs plus buzzer for Instant Temperature Indication:

  • Yellow for Frozen
  • Green for Chilled
  • Red for Cooked

Features

  • Stepped 1.5mm probe for faster response
  • Probe can be angled for ergonomic use
  • Large LCD display
  • Thermistor accuracy meets all food regulations
  • Displays Temperatures in Centigrade Scale
  • Auto switch off feature to preserve battery
  • Flashing LED and Buzzer for instant temperature recognition
  • BioCote Antimicrobial Protection


Pocketherm HACCP Label Options

The following colour-coded labels are available for this product, so you can tailor the product you buy to make it suitable for your HACCP and due diligence procedures.P125_Various_Colours_Strip_RGB_2500x500_300dpi

  • Blue Label – P125 (3613421) – Designed for use with Fish
  • Yellow Label – P125Y (4312560) – Designed for use with Cooked Meats
  • Green Label – P125G (4312551) – Designed for use with Salads
  • Red Label – P125R (4312549) – Designed for use with Raw Meat
  • Orange Label – P125O (4312572) – Designed for use with Cooked Vegetables

 

 

Technical Specifications

NameValue
Sensor TypeThermistor
Temperature Measurement Range-40°C to +125°C
Scales°C
Displayed Resolution0.1°C
Accuracy +23°C /+73°F±0.5°C, -20°C to +70°C
Battery Type9V IEC 6LF22 alkaline
Battery Life600 Hours minimum (continuous)
Auto Switch OffAfter 60 minutes
Operating Range - Temperature-20 to +50°C
Operating Range - Humidity10% to 90% non-condensing
Buzzer/LED Indication (Flashing Yellow)Frozen Zone: -18°C and below
Buzzer/LED Indication (Flashing Green)Chilled Zone: 0°C to +5°C inclusive
Buzzer/LED Indication (Flashing Red)Cooked Zone: +75°C and above
Dimensions (Case)170mm x 52mm x 24mm
Probe Length110mm
Weight140g with battery
EMC StatementThe readings and LED operation may be temporarily affected in the presence of (RFI) Radio Frequence Interference
Warranty2 Years

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Documentation

Articles / FAQs

NameDate
Why is the Measurement Range of my Device greater than the Operating Range?

Why is the Measurement Range of my Device greater than the Operating Range?

The ‘Operating Range’ of a device is simply a measure of the ‘Temperature Range’ in which the electronics can handle. For a handheld like the P125 Pocketherm Folding Thermometer, this is often quoted as being ‘-20 to +50°C’ , which is about the maximum ‘Operating Range’ for a Thermometer that is hand-held. Use of the Thermometer outside of this range would be possible, but would require the use of specialized components which can withstand higher and lower extremes of temperature.

Any Thermometer that has a Probe connected to it, can cope with inputs that far exceed the ‘Operating Range’ because the instrument itself is not subjected to the same extremes of temperature. It is the Probe that is making the contact itself and which has to be built to withstand the extreme temperature.

In the case of the P125 Pocketherm Folding Thermometer, or any Thermometer with a fixed probe, it might seem seem a little odd having the ‘Measurement Range’ greater than the ‘Operating Range’. But in the case of the P125 Pocketherm it would be possible to insert the probe into a product that was very cold, so long as the instrument and the hand holding it did not drop below -20°C. However, in the main application for the Pocketherm Folding Thermometer – Food – this extreme cold is very unlikely, although may be possible to probe a frozen product that could be below -20°C.

20th November 2015
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