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Remote temperature monitors find usage in a variety of different scenarios. Whenever there is a need to monitor the temperature of a particular area or space, a compact wireless monitor allows you to do so with ease.

These devices are increasingly being designed to link up with smartphone apps, making the visualization and monitoring of data as straightforward as possible.

​Many apps even allow you to adjust the behavior of smart devices in your home based on temperature readings, allowing you to quickly react to any temperatures that are too high or low.

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  • ​Temp Stick
  • ​SensorPush
  • Ambient Weather
  • ​MarCELL 500
  • Elitech RCW-800

​SensorPush Wireless Thermometer & Hygrometer (#2 - Runner up)

Dimensions: 1.57 x 1.57 x 0.65 inches

Weight: 1.4 ounces

Power Source: CR2477 coin cell battery

Battery Life: Typ. over 1 year (more in normal conditions, less in extreme cold)

Connection: Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (G1 Wi-Fi Gateway sold separately)

Temperature Range: -40°F to 140°F

Temperature Accuracy: ±0.7°C / ±1.3°F typical 1.2°C / ±2.2°F max

Relative Humidity Range: 0 to 100%

Relative Humidity Accuracy: ±4.5% typical ±7.5% max

This is a fantastic temperature sensor to use inside your own home, whether you need to monitor particular rooms, or even individual possessions. The SensorPush Wireless Thermometer has an impressive range of 325 feet with an uninterrupted line of sight, but any obstacles between the sensor and your smartphone will reduce this range somewhat. If Wi-Fi capabilities are important to you, you can buy a separate adapter that allows the SensorPush Wireless Thermometer to connect to Wi-Fi networks, but this will push the price up further. Adding this in will also reduce the compact nature of the device.

The SensorPush Wireless Thermometer is small in size. In fact, it is the smallest device on this list, but it still features excellent build quality and is a small but sturdy unit. Weighing just 40g, and being such a small unit, the SensorPush Wireless Thermometer can easily be placed where it’s needed, whether that’s in a particular room, or in a smaller area such as a guitar case. The Swiss-made sensor component within the device is of the highest quality, ensuring consistent and reliable measurements.

The built-in battery offers over a year of use; however, this can be affected by the temperature of its surroundings. Colder temperatures will lead to shorter battery life, but it takes quite extreme cold to seriously impact the device’s functioning.

The SensorPush Wireless Thermometer takes temperature readings every minute, providing much closer to real-time measurements than many similar devices, and stores the last 20 days worth of readings on the device itself. This means that when your device is out of range or unable to connect to your smartphone, it will continue to take readings and upload them to your phone when a connection is re-established. The smartphone app allows the user to store an unlimited amount of data which is displayed in easily understandable timestamped graphs. You can even export the data into a CSV file, meaning you can open it in excel and view it as a spreadsheet.

The SensorPush Wireless Thermometer is simple and straightforward to use. The device can be combined with an unlimited number of sensors, allowing for total monitoring of an environment. Individual sensors can also be monitored by as many devices as you choose.

The only major downside to this device is the lack of Wi-Fi. While this can be addressed by purchasing an add-on for the device, it significantly reduces its compact nature, making it harder to squirrel away where it’s needed.

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