|Product Dimensions||10.92 x 8.38 x 2.54 cm; 100 Grams|
|Item Model Number||TP53|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||Indoor Hygrometer & Thermometer|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||AAA battery Included|
|Included Components||Temperature and Humidity Monitor, AAA battery Included|
|Battery Cell Type||Zinc|
|Item Weight||100 g|
ThermoPro TP53 Hygrometer Humidity Gauge Indicator Digital Indoor Thermometer Room Temperature and Humidity Monitor with Touch Backlight
- 【Upgraded version - Touch Sensitive Hygrometer】Our Hygrometer Thermometer features a touch backlight button located on the bezel, making it easier to activate and light up the screen in dark conditions
- 【Air Comfort Indicator】Humidity meter shows the comfort level of your home, based on current humidity level, always be aware of your home conditions
- 【MAX & MIN Records】Humidity Monitor with Indoor Thermometer stores and displays All time/24 hours MAX & MIN humidity and temperature records
- 【Multiple mounting options】Tabletop, wall-mountable and magnet-mountable design allowing you to conveniently attach or place your hygrometer wherever you desire; Powered by AAA battery (included)
- 【Buy without Risk!! 】Register your humidity gauge after purchase and RECEIVE EXTENDED 3 YEARS Warranty.
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ThermoPro – Life Like A Pro
ThermoPro TP53 Thermometer Hygrometer features the ultra narrow frame on the market, making the LCD display/numbers enlarged to ensure you can read the temperature and humidity with ease at almost any distance! Coupled with the yellow backlight, you'll still be able to read the display with no eye strain even in the darkest conditions.
The indoor thermometer and humidity monitor is equipped with professional grade sensors to provide the most accurate measurements, be it for indoor humidity or temperature. Also, the hygrometer features trend indicators, allowing you to be aware if adjustments are necessary for your household such as turning on your AC or humidifier.
- Touch to turn on/off backlight, and automatically turns off after 15 seconds.
- Yellow backlight is bright and makes the screen easy to read and helps avoid eye strain in low light, and automatically turns off after 15 seconds.
Air Comfort Indicator Humidity meter shows the comfort level of your room，temperature and humidity trend indicators to ensure you maintain proper humidity control.
- 0.13‘’Ultra narrow frame allows for a larger screen to provide huge digits to display the current indoor temperature and humidity percentages.
- °F/°C: Fahrenheit degree and Celsius degree can switch conveniently.
- All time/24 HRs: Allow you to see temperature/humidity in the past or last 24 hours.
Easily reset the temperature and humidity with the press of one behind facing button.
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From what I read, the accuracy and range of both the TP-53 and TP-55 is the same, or at least very similar. For the thermometer, from the ThermoPro website, -50 °C - 70 °C range with an accuracy of ±1.1 °C (±2 °F) (which doesn’t seem great to me, but I’ll live with it). The weird thing is that their website also specifies an accuracy of ±1 °C/°F for the TP-55, but this doesn’t make sense as the gradation of one °C is about twice as big as one °F, which would mean the accuracy for the TP-55 is either ±1.8 °F/1 °C, or ±1°F/0.56 °C but ± 1.0 °F/°C cannot be correct (I would like the company to clarify this, as if it’s the former, the TP-53 and TP-55 have the about the same temperature accuracy, but if it’s the latter, then the TP-55 has twice the temperature accuracy as the TP-53. For the hygrometer, the TP-53 has a range of10-90% relative humidity, with an accuracy of ±2% between 30%-80% RH, and ±3% outside of that range. If this is true, I’m okay with that humidity accuracy and range. And with a temperature range up to 70 °C, I should be able to sit it in my solar dehydrator to measure how warm it gets in there.
The light on this model is also easy to activate with a touch-button on the front at the bottom of the unit, and I prefer the orange lighting to the blue lighting of the TP-55. One you press the light button, the screen lights up until you press the button again, or 15 seconds - whichever comes first. This works well.
I’m using this thermometer in the living room, where it’s measurements help us decide whether to leave doors closed or ventilate or switch a fan on or cook something in the oven etc. It’s heading into winter here in Melbourne and I love being able to walk out in the morning and see the minimum inside temperature overnight. In summer, it’ll be good to see how how high the temperature got during the day.
I can’t comment on the accuracy of the hygrometer as I don’t have another hygrometer to compare it to. But I’m assuming it’s roughly correct. It’s good to see how cooking in the kitchen affects the humidity, or how a dropping temperature increases the relative humidity (as cooler air holds less moisture than warmer air), and when we are approaching the dew-point (when the air is fully saturated). We have a bit of a mould-problem on our ceilings during the cooler months, when the warm air inside touches the cool ceiling at night and moisture condenses on it (because there is no insulation in the roof). This device will be useful for managing our mould problem.
So far, no issues at all, except when I touched the screen while peeling off the plastic when I got it, the display went a bit funny temporarily. The device was really easy to set up and use. I’m hanging it on a nail, but it also comes with a magnet which to me seemed plenty strong enough, as well as a little stand if you want to sit in on a flat surface. And for AU$17 (AU$3 cheaper than the TP-55), it seems like a bargain. I registered online for a 3 year warranty (instead of a 1 year warranty), and hopefully if there’s any issues, I’ll be able to exchange it (as I read in other comments that other customers had difficulty with this). Would recommend.
I've put it side by side next to a more expensive thermometer, and the temperature reading is the same. The humidity is a bit off, but that doesn't bother me much
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One star is being generous.
Negatives: One of the two I received constantly reads the temperature in the room 1-2 degrees hotter than the actual temperature in the room. We tested them side by side in several different locations and the same one always reads hotter than the actual temperature. The other one tested "on the money" every time so there is definitely a problem with the accuracy of one of the two I bought. Ordinarily I'd return the one that isn't working properly, I mean, a thermometer that isn't accurate isn't worth anything to me, but this time I decided to keep it and use it on my screened in porch. I'd rather it be accurate so I could have used it as I intended in the house but one to two degrees "off" on the screened porch isn't the end of the world.