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New Temp Alarm Also Gives Highs And Lows
If you own a Computemp "bedside" thermometer, you don't have to wait for the morning weatherman to tell you whether it froze last night. You either find out during the night when an alarm goes off, or you push a button on the Computemp to find out what the lowest temperature was during the past 24 hours and at what time it occurred.
The Computemp continuously displays outdoor and indoor temperature, giving both in degrees Farenheit or Celsius. It also continuously displays the time. By touching a button, you can call up the day's high and low temperature, aid the time of occurrence. You can set the alarm to go off at either a set time, like any other alarm clock, or when the temperature reaches a critical point. All numbers are displayed on a digital LED display.
The Computemp sells for $69.95 plus $3.00 postage.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Rodco Products Company, P.O. Box 944, Columbus, Neb. 68601 (ph 402 563-3596).

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1983 - Volume #7, Issue #1