Thermoworks BlueDOT™ Bluetooth Alarm Thermometer
BlueDOT combines the simplicity of DOT, top-rated oven alarm thermometer, with the connectivity of Bluetooth giving you one simple, connected, and powerful thermometer. Simply set your temperature target with the up or down buttons, or right from your smartphone, and BlueDOT will beep when it gets there. Hear your alarms on BlueDOT and your smart device with the free mobile app. The Bluetooth connection also allows you to track max/min temperatures and graph your cook. BlueDOT has big, easy-to-read digits, backlit display, molded-in splash-proof seals, and a commercial-grade housing making it a durable, user-friendly tool. It comes with a ThermoWorks Pro-Series probe with a cable that withstands 700ºF (370°C), a fold-out stand, and a magnetic back for surface mounting. BlueDOT works with any of the optional Pro-Series probes outlasting all competitors. Intended for commercial food service, BlueDOT beats houseware brands for simplicity and durability.
- Bluetooth alarm thermometer
- 95 feet line-of-sight
- Track alarms, max/min, and graph in the free app
- Uses Pro-Series® temperature probes
- Big digits are seen from a distance
- Splash-proof, commercial durability
BlueDOT is designed to track temperatures over an extended period of time with moderate-heat cooking methods such as smoking meat, oven-roasting, deep-frying, homebrewing, and sous vide. BlueDOT isn’t meant to be used in place of a digital instant-read thermometer, such as a Thermapen MK4 or a ThermoPop, or used with high-heat cooking methods such as grilling or broiling.
Download Instructions – Download BlueDOT Operating Instructions
Thermoworks have advised that some models of induction cooktops can create a temporary interference with digital electronic thermometers when they are used nearby. The amount of interference and the best solution will depend on the model of the cooktop.
Here are some solutions that should get a reading:
- Remove food from the cooktop to take a quick reading away from the magnetic field
- Remove the pan from the cooktop which will break the magnetic field
- Briefly turn off the induction cooktop during the reading