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TEMPer USB Thermometer

TEMPer USB Thermometer

TEMPer USB Thermometer (Image courtesy By Andrew Liszewski

There are already USB GPS devices for tracking where you’ve been but here’s another device that will instead keep track of what the temperature was, if for some reason you need to know.

It’s capable of measuring a range from -20°C to 100°C or from -4°F to 212°F and the samples can be logged in a preset time interval from every second to every 12 hours. The data is recorded in a bundled simple spreadsheet application but it can easily be copied into Word, Excel or whatever database software you happen to prefer.

The TEMPer is available from USBFever for only $19.99.

[ TEMPer USB Thermometer ] VIA [ The Red Ferret Journal ]


6 responses to “TEMPer USB Thermometer”

  1. Tim Howlnad says:

    This is actually useful for folks who run remote datacenters and need to know if the heat’s building up. Environmental monitors usually cost a lot more than $20, so this migt be worthwhile.

  2. Mike says:

    Why do they advertise the size of USB devices by showing them next to coins? Is there anybody who doesn’t know how big a male USB connector is?

  3. Nabil says:

    The width of the plug is the same Mike (standard), however the back end always varies depending on the applications. Some sticks are longer and wider beyond the plug, so it helps to reference the actual size in most cases.


  4. olaf says:

    I bought 2 of this devices. One of them already broken at delivery. The other works fine. The device driver works. In my case i want to use the system on a small system with low power consumption. So the framework was not so fine. Although the software is very awfull. No logging into file, no saving from propertys. And (it was a german and a german windows XP) half of the template is out of the window. And you cann´t change the windows size. I can not belive, that a company designs such a good device (if it works) and deliver it with such bad software.


  5. bof says:

    Hi Olaf,
    i wrote my own tool for the usb temper called utac. It’s also a .net application, but maybe this works better for you.

    Just take a look at:


  6. olaf says:

    Hello Bof,
    I downloaded the software already. I´m gonna investigate in the near future. From your description, i guess, the software will be much better for my problem.

    I´m also looking forward to the next versions.
    KR Olaf
    PS: Vielleicht schreibe ich Dir besser auf deutsch. Ist etwas einfacher 😉