PT26L Oven Meat Probe

Part No: PT26L (3060471)

£52.85 (ex. VAT)

The PT26L Oven Meat Probe is designed for checking meat and food temperatures during cooking.

  • Temperature Range: -100 to +250°C / -148 to +482°F
  • Sensor Type: Type T Thermocouple
  • Connector Type: 6-Pin Lumberg
  • Warranty: 6 Months


PT26L Oven Meat Probe

PT26L Oven Meat Probe

The PT26L Oven Meat Probe is designed for checking meat and food temperatures during cooking.




The PT26L Oven Meat Probe is fitted with a 6-Pin Lumberg connector with locking screw, to provide a strong and secure probe-to-instrument connection with better prevention of liquid ingress.

Not suitable for intrinsically safe applications


Meat Temperatures

You cannot tell whether meat is safely cooked simply by looking at it. Any cooked, uncured red meats – including pork – can be pink, even when the meat has reached a safe internal temperature.

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services recommends the following temperatures when cooking meat:

Category Food Temperature (°F)  Rest Time 
Ground Meat & Meat Mixtures Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb 160 None
Turkey, Chicken 165 None
Fresh Beef, Veal, Lamb Steaks, Roasts, Chops 145 3 minutes
Poultry Chicken & Turkey (Whole) 165 None
Poultry Breasts, Roasts 165 None
Poultry Thighs, Legs, Wings 165 None
Duck & Goose 165 None
Pork and Ham Fresh Pork 145 3 minutes
Fresh Ham (Raw) 145 3 minutes
Precooked Ham (to Reheat) 140 None


Technical Specifications

Sensor TypeType T Thermocouple
Connector Type6-Pin Lumberg
Temperature Measurement Range-100°C to +250°C / -148°F to +482°F
Response Time2.0 seconds
Stem Length100mm (4")
Stem Diameter3.3mm
Lead Length2.5m
Lead MaterialPTFE
ComplianceThermocouples: Tolerances relate to BS EN60584-2 (1993) Class 1
Conformance to EU Regulation 1935/2004 ('Framework' Regulation on all Food Contact Materials)Yes
Stem (Shaft) Material316L Stainless Steel
Warranty6 Months

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Articles / FAQs

My Probe is stuck in the Lumberg connector? 20th April 2015
General Care of Temperature Probes 20th April 2015