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Will depend on the object or area that you're trying to measure. Can you expand on it a little? E.g. do you want to measure the temperature of a liquid, solid, ambient area, etc?KiwiPaul wrote:Hi I would like to read temperatures up to 350C have you by any slim chance, with your investigating come across away of doing this??