I was just curious since I've seen no mention of it, is anyone else using point and shoot (infrared) temp gauges with their aquariums? Its an awesome tool when like me your changing water weekly for fish with very different temp gradients. Forget soaking multiple thermometers in multiple buckets for extended time, simply point, click, read. Its been consistent with what my in tank thermometers read. I also have one tank where I took pains to conceal stuff and make it look good, I don't want to see thermometers in there.
If nothing more just thought I would pass it along. If it helps speed anyone's WC
process then your welcome.
Any thoughts and input are encouraged, and chime in if you've been doing this all along. A quick Google search suggested this was accurate enough to be safe but if anyone has found inconsistencies with IR temp guns vs thermometers let me know.
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