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MM2000 - Single Input Thermocouple Digital Thermometer

Free UKAS Traceable Calibration Certificate Included*

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MM2000 robust digital, single input thermocouple thermometer. This accurate, waterproof and fast response thermometer is ideal for use in all applications.


Single Input

Measurement Range: -200 to +1,372°C (probe type dependant)

Accuracy: - +/- 0.1% OF READING +/- 0.2°C

C/F Selectable

IP67 Waterproof Casing

Low Battery Indication

Selectable Thermocouple Types: K, T, J, R, N, E, S,& IR



              FREE UKAS Traceable Certificate at points 0, +50 and 150 °C*

              Rubber Boot for extra protection against damage

              1 x PP3 Battery

Requires: A Thermocouple Probe/Sensor

For General Use descriptions select from the following for other languages

MM2000 for General Use in French MM2000 for General Use in ItalianMM2000 for General Use in SpanishMM2000 for General Use in German

For Food Use descriptions select from the following

MM2000 for Food Use in French MM2000 for Food Use in ItalianMM2000 for Food Use in SpanishMM2000 for Food Use in German


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  • How can I switch my thermometer between °F and °C?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-19 14:49:23

    For most of our range of handheld thermometers, all you need to do is press the SCALE button (SCL), for others the scale is pre-set, or can be changed in the software programme. The following is a list of the TME Handheld Thermometer models that are covered by this topic Models with SCL Buttons: - MM2000, MM2008, MM2010, MM2020, MM2030, MM2040, MM2050, MM2120, MM7000-2D, MM7005-2D, MM7010, MMCOMBI and MMCOMBI-W. Models where Scale Change option available within the software programme: - MM7100-2D and MM7105-2D Models where Scale is Pre-set to °C: - MM2005, CA2005, MM2009

    Answer by: admin on 2018-09-05 10:33:02
  • What is the Thermometer for Life guarantee?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-18 12:23:24

    The Thermometer for Life guarantee promises that TME will repair/replace any TME thermometer that is accidentally damaged or malfunctions for no more than £35 (+VAT) for an MM2000 series thermometer, or £125 (+VAT) for an MM7000 series thermometer. As the name suggests, this guarantee is for life and exists outside of your normal warranty.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-09-05 10:26:24
  • Will you replace my thermometer if it is broken?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 15:04:50

    If your thermometer is from our MM2000 Range, MM7000 Range, Solo Range or a CA2005 we will repair or replace it for a fixed price under our Thermometer for Life Guarantee. Details of our Thermometer for Life guarantee can be found as a downloadable pdf on those products and the kits that contain those products.

    Answer by: admin on 2019-06-05 01:17:33
  • How do I calibrate my thermometer?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 12:44:16

    To test the calibration of your thermometer yourself, prepare a solution of ice and water, and insert your probe into it. Your thermometer should read 0°C. If it is out of calibration, firstly try using a different probe, just in case it is your probe that is faulty, and if that doesn’t make a difference, contact us for advice – you may need to send your thermometer back for a repair/calibration.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-06-15 12:44:16