alarm thermometers contain two electrical contacts
that, when properly installed, will accurately indicate
ambient temperatures and activate an alarm system
when the temperature reaches either of the user-adjustable
high or low settings.
provide years of reliable, trouble-free service at
an affordable cost, thanks to their high-quality materials
and simplicity of design.
are compatible with most popular alarm systems. They
may also be used as a component in a simple alarm
system constructed of a low voltage power source and
an alerting device (such as a bell or buzzer) to activate
the system in the event of a temperature problem.