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Scientific AW131 Talking Wireless BBQ Meat Thermometer and
The Oregon Scientific
AW131 Talking Wireless BBQ Meat Thermometer and Timer can make life a little easier for you.
That's because while you're away from the grill tending to your guest's
needs, the Oregon Scientific AW131 is minding the grilling and will tell you
when your meat is nearly done, and again when it's done. Your days of running back and forth between guests
and grill, hoping that you haven't waited too long and overcooked the
meat, will be over.
Oregon Scientific AW131
consists of two separate units plus a temperature probe on a 3.3 foot
wire. One unit is a thermometer sensor with wireless radio transmitter and a socket
for connecting the probe. The other unit is a portable monitor and
receiver with programmable
meat settings, target and current meat temperature displays, timer
display, and a beeper and voice to alert you to the status
of the meat that you're grilling. The remote may be worn on your
belt with a built in belt clip, or rested in it's stand. Maximum transmission range of the
thermometer sensor is 330 feet in clear space.
Digital LCD screen with remote wireless probe
to identify temperature/readiness of meat
Speaks in five languages with corresponding
display (English, Spanish, German, French, Danish)
Sensor has temperature range from 32°F to 572°F
Programmable entrée programs include beef,
lamb, veal, hamburger, pork, turkey, chicken, and fish
Four doneness selections include rare, medium
rare, medium, and well done
Four verbal and audio alert options let you
know the status of your meal—almost ready, ready, overcooked, and
Audio alarm sounds when selected temperature is
Main unit will receive the probe signal from up
to 330 feet away
Stainless steel probe detaches from sensor for
Low battery indicator
Oregon Scientific AW131 is really easy to use. On
the monitor, select your
entrée: Beef, Lamb, Veal,
Hamburger, Pork, Turkey, Chicken,
or Fish. The graphic display displays in 1/8" text and graphic icons, and
the voice will announce the chosen meat. Then select the desired level of doneness: Rare, Medium
Rare, Medium, or Well Done. The selection is displayed in 1/8" text and
announced by the voice. The target temperature corresponding to your
selections is displayed, along with the current meat temperature, both in
fairly large 3/8" digits.
You may alter the target temperature to taste if desired.
Place the thermometer sensor on a cool surface outside of the
grill, insert the tip of the probe into the center of the meat, and
begin cooking. Clip the monitor to your belt, or take it with you
and place it nearby when you're away from the grill. As the meat
cooks, both the target temperature and the current temperature of
the meat are displayed on the monitor.
When the meat is nearly done, you hear
2 beeps from
the monitor, and the voice will say "Nearly done". When the meat reaches the target temperature, you hear
4 beeps, and the voice will say "It's done". If the meat starts to overcook,
the screen will flash and you hear a
continuous fast beep.
Below the target and current
temperature display is a count up/down timer display in 1/4" digits. The timer
functions independently of the thermometer. The timer may be used to
time the same, or another food if desired.
The Oregon Scientific AW131
may be configured for °F or
°C, high or low volume, and voice language, choices are
English, Danish, French, Spanish and German.
Range of the Oregon Scientific
AW131 is 330 feet in free air, walls and signal interference can reduce
the range. The receiver unit has a signal strength icon to let you know if
you are within range, and will beep three times if you move out of range.
The operating temperature range of the probe is 32 °F to 572 °F.
Grease flare-ups can exceed the temperature range of the probe wire, as
can grill temperatures of some grills. Please take care to route the
probe wire where flare-ups are unlikely, and keep the grill temperature
below 572 °F.
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