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iCelsius BBQ cooking thermometer

17 May 2012

The new iCelsius BBQ cooking probe is specifically designed to convert an iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch into a digital thermometer.

Available as a free download from the APP STORE the new product offering works with the probe to simply read temperatures, create graphs, set-up alerts, store and email graphs.

The right angled, stainless steel food penetration probe has a diameter of 7mm with a pencil point sensing tip of 10cm length.

The i-Celsius simply and quickly displays the most recent reading from the iCelsius BBQ probe both as a digital reading and analogue reading. The user can set the iCelsius to show the temperature to read in Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F). The Red cursor shows the alarm upper limit (a blue cursor shows the alarm lower limit).

For more demanding cooking applications, the iCelsius conveniently shows the last minute data from the sensor on an easy to reach chart. The red line shows the alarm upper limit (if set). A blue line would show the alarm lower limit. As with many other apps, you can easily zoom in and out of the graph by simply pinching or dragging the frame.

Schools and Universities are showing a growing interest in the iPads and iPod touches. The iCelsius Probes can be a great tool for education for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics subjects as teachers can use their iPads and iPod touch to demonstrate lessons and conduct experiments. Flexibility in use of the iCelsius Probes means school teachers can help students understand the concept of temperature while university students can use the iCelsius Pro to carry out more advanced experiments in the lab.

The iCelsius Probes can also be used in a myriad of other applications such as in the kitchen (cooking), for monitoring baby health and baby food temperature and for other household situations. The iCelsius is easy to use as the user simply has to plug the cable into the device and then download the free application from the App Store.

Additional further sensors available soon include enhanced flexible probes which can be used in cooking, baking, grilling, for measuring meat or for checking oil temperature for frying.

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