ETI joins the DOTs

810-031 DOT with probe crop
The DOT can measure temperatures over the range of -50 to 300°C.

Electronic Temperature Instruments (ETI) has introduced the Digital Oven Thermometer (DOT) to provide simple food temperature measurement in commercial foodservice applications.

The unit has just two buttons – ‘up’ and ‘down’, with which a user can set the target temperature.

The temperature probe should then be inserted into the food and the DOT beeps when the food reaches the required temperature. A few degrees can be added to the requirement by tapping the ‘up’ button when the alarm sounds.

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Pressing either button stops the beeping, but the display still flashes until the temperature drops below the set figure.

With a resolution of 1°C/°F, the DOT measures temperature over the range of -50 to 300°C.

The moulded-in, splash-proof seals and commercial grade plastic body is designed to survive the busiest of kitchens.

Each unit includes a tilt-out stand for counter use and a magnet for attaching to metal surfaces.

The model is supplied with a food penetration probe. A range of alternative temperature probes are available as optional extras, such as food penetration and oven temperature probes.

The DOT is priced at £24 exclusive of VAT and carriage.

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