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Old 04-26-2021, 03:19 AM   #1
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Temp monitor - 3 Sensors - Where Sensors

I bought a temp minder with 3 sensors/read-outs
During the severe winter I had a single monitor with the sensor in the wet bay
It was indispensable & I watched it on those days below 20 degrees
I wanted to also see outside temp so I bought the 3 sensor model with longer range
Sensor #1 is outside temp
Sensor #2 is wet bay
Sensor #3 ?

Where should I put sensor #4?

I currently have it in the absorption refrigerator condenser compartment to monitor for a high temp.
I never worry about this temp but maybe I should set a high trigger/alarm on it

Is there anything else more worthy or necessary to use the 3rd monitor for?

Thanks in advance
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Old 04-26-2021, 05:38 AM   #2
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I've got a freezer in a basement compartment and put one in there because it's out of sight/out of mind. If you don't have one I'd put it in the absorption frig or freezer. To me suddenly losing a bunch of food is a major inconvenience, and expense with the prices today.
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