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Can this thermometer wistand the heat of an incubator

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the title says it all. http://www.walmart.com/ip/AcuRite-Digital-Humidity-and-Temperature-Monitor/16888914?action=product_interest&action_type=title&item_id=16888914&placement_id=irs-8-b1&strategy=PWVUB&visitor_id=DOslzEjK5J5tkoJa4MnIrI&category=&client_guid=50ee6ef9-8172-4fe9-899d-4f1d12ec37fe&customer_id_enc=&config_id=8&parent_item_id=16888914&parent_anchor_item_id=16888914&guid=3851e57f-d58f-4d7d-833b-de69e9b24777&bucket_id=irsbucketdefault&beacon_version=1.0.1&findingMethod=p13n&u1=igpmdq6xkx001mqw0009i&oid=365179.1&wmlspartner=je6NUbpObpQ&sourceid=18889675981181066260&affillinktype=10&veh=aff

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An incubator ( and body temp) are around 99-100 degrees, and room temp is around 70 degrees, so if it's meant for people or room temp, I think you're all set. Good luck!
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Usually with a thermometer, you want one that senses air temp. A people thermometer wont work.
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Im just using it fir the hygrometer. The thermometer can measure up to 120 f
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Looks like it should work. It says it can read humidity levels from 16%-99%.

post #6 of 7
Perfect. Good luck!
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Can the battery withstand the heat?
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