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Unread 12-21-2010, 01:33 PM   #1
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Post suggestion for a multi Temperature sensor probe

Afternoon Brothers and Sisters
I am looking for suggestion for a multi Temperature sensor probe, when at a comp I usually cook 3 butts, 2 Packers and at min 8 racks of ribs and 24 thighs, this is my basic meat quota. So I am looking for new thermometers and I am thinking a probe for each piece of meat or do ya all think this is over kill? The chicken I am not worried about or the ribs on the chicken I use an instant read and the ribs I have a probe giving me overall chamber temp. But I was hoping to find something that is (A) wireless up to 100 feet (B) read out unit can be attached to a belt or clipped to something {so securable} and can read multiple probes and separate them (i.e.) Beef -1 beef -2, Pork -1 pork 2 and ribs and if need be can be expanded even more anyone know of such a device on the market that I will not need to take a second mortgage out to get and do you think I am over thinking things AGAIN!! And need only worry about chamber temp vs. internal temp and just use an instant thermometer for temp readings. I tend to go overboard with thechie gadgets and end up selling them off or hiding them from the wife in the barn or in the trailer as backup stuff.
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Unread 12-21-2010, 01:47 PM   #2
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Personally, I think it's over kill. I cook exactly the same amount of meat for competitions. I put a probe in one of the briskets (closest to the heat) and a probe in one of the butts just as a general gauge of how things are going. I use my Thermapen when things get close because I not only want to have an accurate temperature, I also want to feel the probe slide in.

I don't use a thermometer for ribs or chicken. I go by time and appearance for the chicken and time, appearance and feel on the ribs. Sometimes too much information will only confuse you more. Especially with briskets!!!

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