If you feel your temperature probe is not providing an accurate temperature reading you can perform a boiling water test to check the accuracy of both temperature probes. We recommend that you do not submerge probe cables in the boiling water.
Here is a chart that shows the boiling point of water by altitude:
Approximate Boiling Temperatures of Water
Altitude – Temperature
Sea Level – 212˚ F
984 ft. – 210˚ F
2,000 ft. – 208˚ F
3,000 ft. – 206˚ F
5,000 ft. – 203˚ F
7,500 ft. – 198˚ F
10,000 ft. – 194˚ F
20,000 ft. -178˚ F
26,000 ft. – 168˚ F
Note: Each 500-foot increase in altitude causes a drop of about 1° in the boiling point.
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