CDN TA20 - Audio/Visual Refrigerator/Freezer Alarm
OverviewFor the performance of a CDN Audio/Visual Refrigerator/Freezer Alarm [TA20] with a little something extra .The same great and simple thermometer design, this model features a 39" sensor cable which easily enables monitoring of internal unit temperature from the outside of the unit. Simply attach the sensor to the inner wall of your refrigerator or freezer by firmly pressing the attached suction cup against the wall. Then attach the thermometer mechanism to the outside of your appliance, or other surface, by using the included Velcro®Brand ABS Plastic. The shatterproof refrigerator and freezer thermometer is encased in ABS plastic and features a dual progress display. Freezer Accuracy is 14.9 to 104°F (-9.4 to +40°C) Signal sounds at 15° to 46°F/-9.4° to 8°C.
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√ Light Weight and Easy to Use
√ Heavy Duty Great for Commercial Use
√ Sleek and Easy to Use Design
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√ Sturdy Construction
This item meets the requirements of the applicable CE directives.
Made in USA
This item was manufactured in the United States of America.
This item has met the standards set by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF), which tests public safety, health, and environment.
This item has met the standards set by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), which tests safety.
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.