CDN TA20 - Audio/Visual Refrigerator/Freezer Alarm
|Instrument Range:||-Signal sounds at 15° or 46°F/-9.5° or 8°C
|Feature:||39"/1 m sensor cable
|Freezer Accuracy:||14.9 to 32°F/-9.5 to 0°C = ± 4°F/2°C; 32 to 104°F/0 to 40°C = ± 2°F/1°C
|Refridgerator Accuracy:|| 32 to 104°F/0 to 40°C = ± 2°F/1°C
|Feature:||Dual progress display
|Feature:||Sliding mode switches|
|Feature:||2-way mounting: Velcro®/suction|
|Feature:||1.5V AA IEC LR6 Alkaline|
|Feature:||Product instructions: English French|
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Customer Rating 1 5
Our appliances are all older and I've thought on more than occasion about getting one of these. When I saw they were $26 for a pair on their site, I jumped right in. Setup is easy - just slide the switches to freezer or refrigerator, put the sensor inside, mount the Velcro, and away you go. The refrigerator does tend to alarm a bit much when the door is open for >20 seconds or so. Ideally, I'd put it in a little container of something benign like rice or dried beans. That would 'dampen' the temperature reading so it doesn't alarm when the door is open for a few seconds. The only thing I haven't liked is the suction cup. It simply doesn't stick to a cold surface for very long. I took mine off and tucked the sensor in to a crevice on the fridge. For the deep freeze, I just let it dangle down through the top door.
Posted on 7/11/2013 by Nikki Scotts