New SpotOn® Temp Probe Offers Digital Accuracy & Speed

Jamie JohansenAgribusiness, agronomy, Forage, Hay

Screen Shot 2014-10-09 at 8.02.58 AMInnoquest, Inc., the designer and manufacturer of sensors and measurement instruments, has released the SpotOn® Temp Probe, which was created for large agricultural and commercial operations that require accurate, quick temperature measurements of hay bales; compost, forage and mulch piles; stored grain; and soil temperatures.

“The SpotOn® Temp Probe is unique from others in the market,” Bill Hughes, President of Innoquest, said. “To meet our durability requirements, we designed it with a fiberglass probe shaft to eliminate bending failure, but kept a small stainless steel probe tip for unmatched speed of response.”

Its features include:
– A long (34”), indestructible fiberglass probe shaft that cannot be permanently bent
– A reduced-size stainless steel tip for a very fast response
– A digital reading that is very precise and easy to read (°C or °F)

The SpotOn® Temp Probe currently lists in the U.S. for $195. A video demonstration shows the speed, durability and uses available on YouTube.