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I have, for the ten years I've had any idea how to cook properly, believed the following two things to be true:
I am bad at cooking roast pork and whole chicken; they always come out dry even though I follow temperature instructions. I am cursed.
There are two kinds of meat thermometer you can use outside the oven to check food: instant read, which is instant, and the normal kind, which probably takes about 15-30 seconds right? I never understood why people bothered to get truly instant reads, but then I've never understood why people buy lots of things and there's no accounting for taste.
Last week I discovered I was wrong about both of these things.
I was making some of those raw pre-stuffed frozen chicken breasts for dinner, and when the time was up I checked the temperature with my standard meat thermometer. To avoid calibration errors, I used two at the same time! Bummer, the temperature was still too low. Well, I am using the toaster oven, maybe it's not as powerful (... keep reading on reddit ➡
It felt so real.
$CETX looks like it can do some damage in the next couple days.
This Wednesday they are showing off their new tech. . This could be a chance to buy the hype. They also dipped today and are now up 20% in the post market.
I am new to the game and this is my first extremely small analysis. Hopefully others have good input too!
EDIT CETX CETX CETX, sorry, my first post ever on this sub and I go and mess it up.
According to this article, laser thermometers have to use estimates on emisivity in measuring temperature. To me, this sounds unreliable, because emisivity can change drastically from object to object.
Alternatively, the emisivity is more likely to be constant with respect to frequency (assumption 1). That means if you read off the average emitted frequency, or did a curve fit to Planck's law to the frequency distribution, we should get better results. Right?
I was at a grocery chain yesterday and the security guard used a defective thermometer that began beeping with red-light when he held it towards me.
He set off an alarm by calling the manager. A few curious passer-by joined him in watching the 'drama' wondering if I was yet another COVID Case?
After repeated 'tests' he was convinced it was a faulty device and I wasn't feverish or anything!
Wonder if we are running the risk of mob-lynching suspected COVID patients walking around?
I recently watched an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, where Larry insists, that in order for you to reach your target temperature faster, you must first put the thermometer at a higher degree, so that it will think it needs to heat up faster.
This is something I have been doing with a lot of things, now that I come to think of it, and heating being one of them.
I am now wondering, do thermometers and water-heating systems usually have PID control - or sometihng akin to that-in them?
TL;DR: Larry David's character argues that putting your thermometer at a temperature much above your target temperature will make it heat up faster, is this true?
- Note, that I accidentally wrote thermometer, what I meant was thermostat.
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I wonder why Samsung decided to get rid of those.
Weather apps and UV ray warning apps could have made good use of those sensors!
It’s so bad I don’t even bother taking my temperature any more because a fever would read as a normal temperature. I keep asking shifts, our ASM and GM to at least recalibrate the damn thing but they all give me this dumb founded look. As we have returned to our normal volume of customers all pandemic precautions have gone right out the window. At least we have masks I guess. I’m honestly hoping I get sick at this point just so we have to close the store again.
Kindly stolen from my friend who is an ER doc.
I ordered masks from Wyze today and even though I doubted the promo would count for non-wyze products I entered the code LIGHTUPMYLIFE which gives you a free Wyze bulb (including shipping) for every $20 you spend.
Much to my delight the promo does apply to a non-wyze product. Promo runs through 6/1/20. Thanks, Wyze gals and guys!
Does anyone know if this is actually in the works for New York State at all?
Glass or k-Type or laser What filling does your glass thermometer have? Hg? Pentane? Red Petroleum?
What do you think is the best way of measuring most precisely?
Hi. I have a Select Mini V2
What is a good thermometer to check the hot end temperature? I am having too frequent clogging. I thought it was just wet filament but it is happening even with good fresh filament. It happens specially when printing small diameter parts.
I recently worked on the hotend, reglued the thermistor with some paste and changed the heater. Since them I have been having problems with clogged filament.
I'd like some way to externally check the hotend temperature. I tried with one of those laser dot thermometers but pointing at the heater block it reads around 50 C while printing PLA at allegedly 230C.
We are newbies to the Traeger world and one glaring miss that we have noticed is that we can only connect ONE probe to the grill itself. A friend recommended the Fireboard, which has multiple probes, so we're looking for feedback on that one and/or more suggestions to consider. Thanks in advance!
FTM here, and I know I'm seriously overthinking this!
My baby isn't due for another month, but I'm preparing a first-aid package for her and am having SUCH a hard time finding a rectal thermometer.
Here's what I'm overthinking: Everyone seems to swear by the Vicks rectal thermometer, but it's out of stock everywhere (Amazon says they will have it in stock soon, but at more than double the price!). I FINALLY found a place selling a Frida rectal thermometer, but some people seem to feel that it can be inaccurate.
So, do I try to wait and see if the Vicks thermometer will come available or do I grab the Frida rectal thermometer since it's FINALLY come back in stock (in one store, might I add!).
Thank you for humoring me with this! I'm just tired of trying to figure out what to do and would love some guidance!
Curious if anyone uses medical grade thermometers at home? I bought a Welch Allyn Suretemp 692 for work to check temperatures before going on duty and was really impressed with it. Its the ones you see in most Dr's offices that have corded under the tongue thermometers. It's simple, easy to use, has probe covers, is quick and accurate. I got it off eBay for $200.
I've had several thermometers at home over the years and nothing i've been really impresses with. From dollar store oral digital to drug store ones to disposable strip to in ear and forehead. Its never really been incredibly consistent enough to be trustworthy.
I'm thinking i will bite the bullet and buy a suretemp for home.
I've seen a lot of people struggling over questions about heating up, cooking temps, and temperature control.
I use an infrared thermometer gun to check the temperature of my pan before I put any food in. Over time, I'm learning the optimal temperature for different types of food in my pan. it takes out the guesswork.
One cautionary note however: they only work if your iron is reasonably black and dry. For example, I could never get an accurate reading on my Smithy chef skillet because of the pans color and shine. Overtime as seasoning added it got more accurate. Also, if you add fat to your pan, you may get too low of a reading as the oil acts as a heat sink.
Hello! I have been TTC for six months, using LH strips. I had a CP this past month and would like to add another dimension of measuring so I was hoping for thermometer recommendations with a little blips about how and when you measure your basal temp every day?
I put it up my ass for a couple seconds to get a good reading, and now I can't find it. Should I go to the hospital?
Newly subscribed, purchased my WSM and getting prepped for my first smoke when it arrives. I am looking at getting a thermometer, and am kind of set on a Thermoworks. I’m just back and forth on what model: Smoke vs Smoke X2/X4 vs Signals
Any insight is appreciated, thanks everyone!
I have the Ecobee smart thermostat. I recently encountered a strange thing, the temperature displayed by the thermometer is inconsistent with the temperature in my house.
Please review the video that I have attached.
You can see the temperature displayed was 28 °c when the system was off.
After that, I turned on the AC, the temperature changed to 26 °c immediately, which line up to the right temperature in my house.
This only happens when I switch from OFF to COOL and COOL to OFF.
Tested OFF to AUTO and HEAT, the temperature was WRONG and did not change AT ALL.
I have 1 room sensor which showed 25.5 °c so I am not sure why it displayed 28 °c. I have also turned off the Ecobee + but still had the same issue.
After having a tiny amount of experience with any sort of anal activity, one quickly realizes that smaller objects like a thermometer, if lubricated, aren't painful at all, and the weird feeling is very easy to get used to.
An oral thermometer is MUCH less comfortable, since it has to be placed under the tongue which is a rather painful spot.
Using a rectal thermometer means that there's no worry of someone's ass accidentally getting into your mouth(if they happened to use it rectally), since it's just going into your ass.
Think about it, the great pioneer cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin had a rectal thermometer in when he made his trip on Vostok 1. I prefer to be like Yuri Gagarin.
The doorbell says it’s 72, weather says it’s 80.
Does the doorbell have its own thermometer?
As it is we can easily ask what the temperature is and it will give us a reading from the nearest official weather station. The thing is because of where my home is and how it is situated my temp here can be different enough. So is there an outdoor thermometer that is Alexa enabled? When I did some searches I found plenty of weather stations that were not Alexa enabled, several indoor only ones that were Alexa enabled, and some that said they had the capability but also seemed to indicate they did a lot of other things and weren't very expensive which to me is a big red flag. So is there anything people have used that will tell you what the weather is like outside and have it integrate with Alexa so I can simply ask for the temp and know it is accurate for outside of my home?