MM7005-2D - Waterproof ThermoBarScan - 1D/2D Barcode Scanner & Bluetooth

MM7005-2D - ThermoBarScan 1D & 2D Barcode Reader with USB Interface


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MM7105-2D - Large Screen ThermoBarScan 1D & 2D Barcode Reader w/ USB Interface

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MM7105-2D Waterproof Large Display ThermoBarScan digital thermometer with inbuilt barcode reader; highly accurate; -200 to + 1820°C; USB Interface. For handheld temperature logging.

New 1D & 2D Barcode Scanner: the ability to scan 1D & 2D barcode formats and read barcodes on virtually any medium - paper, plastic cards, mobile phones and LCD displays.

Communication: USB interface for easy downloading

Easy to use: stores up to 1,000 readings; assign unique barcodes to products/locations.


•  Programmable temperature alarms*

• Remedial prompts - for example - if reheating food and 'low alarm' is displayed - you can create a prompt that says 'Reheat'*

•  Scrolling buttons - to view past data on screen

•  Log Only button - to log date and temperature without needing a barcode

•  Measurement Range: -200 to + 1,820°C

•  High Accuracy +/-0.1% of Reading +/-0.2°C, Resolution 0.1°

• Thermocouple types K, T, J, R,N, E, S + IR

• Large display screen

• Supplied with software

Requires: thermocouple probe/sensor.

* All Prompts and Temperature Alarms are all user programmable at setup

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  • When is it important to use a thermometer?
    Question by: admin on 2018-09-05 11:54:29

    There are many different applications which require the use of a thermometer, from basic everyday tasks such as cooking or testing family members for a fever, to checking fridge/freezer/oven temperature, measuring water temperature to help prevent outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease, reaching critical temperatures in a manufacturing process, maintaining temperatures during distribution of food products, tyre production, oil production, laboratory testing, facilities/building management and more. The risks of not having a thermometer for these applications vary from a burnt dinner to patients contracting a life-threatening disease.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-10-03 01:28:00
  • What is the difference between a thermometer and a probe?
    Question by: admin on 2018-09-05 11:51:38

    Simply put, the thermometer is the ‘box’, where you will see a screen that displays measurements, and the probe is the thing connected to it. So the probe (or sensor), senses the temperature and sends a signal to the thermometer, which translates it into a figure (usually °C or °F) and displays it. Probes can come in many different varieties which are designed to suit a specific application (such as needle probes, flat food probes, air probes etc). Thermometers, too, can have many different applications in addition to displaying a temperature reading. Some thermometers have a hold function, or can calibrate other thermometers, scan barcodes or wirelessly send temperature readings to other electronic equipment such as PCs or PDAs.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-10-03 01:30:05
  • How often should I calibrate my thermometer?
    Question by: admin on 2018-09-05 11:45:58

    Different Environmental Health Officers and HACCP Officers will require different levels of calibration. You should always follow the advice of your EHO on calibration. At TME, we are happy for the calibration of thermometers to be tested weekly, which you can do yourself. Most EHOs advise a yearly re-calibration of your thermometer and/or probe, which would consist of sending your thermometer away to be calibrated.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-10-03 02:13:22
  • What probes will I need for water temperature testing?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-20 13:19:29
  • Does my MM7000 range thermometer come with a battery?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-19 14:57:11
  • How do I turn my MM7000 range thermometer on and off?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-18 14:12:45
  • Can I print the temperature readings from my MM7000 range thermometer?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-18 14:09:11

    You can. For a complete guide on how to print temperature readings from your thermometer, please see the MM7000 range handbook

    Answer by: admin on 2018-06-18 02:09:11
  • How do I assign barcodes to my temperature testing points?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-18 14:04:43
  • What is a thermocouple thermometer?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-18 13:22:07

    Thermocouple thermometers are the most widely used thermometer in the modern day. Thermocouples use electrical technology to show temperature. A thermocouple ‘couples’ together two different metals, one that is contained within the thermocouple thermometer, and one that forms a probe or sensor, to test the temperature of a substance or atmosphere. The difference in the temperatures of the two metals is expressed electrically through their different voltages. The temperature of the metal inside the thermocouple is already known, so the difference between the two temperatures allows us to easily deduce the temperature of the metal attached to the probe. The deduction is carried out using a microchip inside of the thermometer, and the temperature that the probe has sensed then shows on the display. Thermocouples are essential in many heating, manufacturing and electrical engineering applications, and can be found in different thermocouple types, according to the different metals used in the probes. Thermocouples have the advantage of a very fast response and large potential measurement range – from -270 to 1,800°C. TME thermocouple thermometers are compatible with several different thermocouple types (such as K/T/J/R/N/E/S). Most TME probes are in T type (for food applications) or K type (for non-food application), although we do manufacture probes in all different thermocouple types. In Summary ( Type T Thermocouple) Temperature range : Good Accuracy : Good Time Response : Good

    Answer by: admin on 2018-06-18 01:22:07
  • I regularly need to replace my thermometers and probes, can I set up a service contract to cover the cost?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-18 12:41:03

    If you have purchased a large number of TME thermometers/probes, and are likely to have a high turnover of breakages, we offer a swap service which charges a set monthly rate in return for an unlimited number of swaps. We can offer this on a next day basis. If you are interested in the swap system, please phone or email TME for advice on how best to set it up.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-09-05 10:27:42
  • Why does the MM7000 range of thermometers use Barcode technology?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-18 12:32:18
  • Will you replace my thermometer if it is broken?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 15:04:50
  • My thermometer is showing an incorrect temperature, what should I do?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 14:19:27
  • I need a certificate of conformance for my thermometer, what should I do?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 13:52:10
  • I need a certificate of calibration for my thermometer, what should I do?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 13:20:45
  • Can I send my thermometer away to be calibrated?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 13:03:22

    You can. TME offer a repair/calibration service, which is covered by the Thermometer for Life guarantee that comes with your thermometer, and should cost £35 for a MM2000 series thermometer, or £55 for a MM7000 series thermometer. You can see proof of this calibration as the sticker on the inside battery compartment of your thermometer will be updated and replaced. Please remember that this service will ensure calibration of your thermometer, but will not include a certificate of calibration, as generating the certificate is a different process – Please refer to the FAQ ‘I need a certificate of calibration for my thermometer, what should I do?’ To have your thermometer calibrated/repaired, simply send the thermometer back to our Production Department with a note explaining what it is that you require.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-10-03 01:55:29
  • What is an IP rating?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 10:25:00

    IP (Ingress Protection) ratings are defined by an international standard. They define levels of effectiveness for sealing electrical enclosures against intrusion from moisture and dust. Each number of an IP rating has a specific meaning. For example, TME’s MM2000 digital thermometer has an IP rating of 67. IP67 enclosures translate as IP rated for ‘dust tight’ (that’s the 6), and protected against immersion in up to 1m of water for up to 30mins (that’s the 7). So the MM2000 is referred to as being IP67 waterproof.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-06-15 10:25:00
  • Can I get a calibration certificate on this item?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 09:53:42

    Yes. This would be for our standard UKAS traceable certificate. Prices start at £35.00. Please email with the four temperature points required.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-10-03 01:31:48