Wireless Thermometer



Trying to guess the temperature of your food is a recipe for undercooked or overcooked meats and sometimes embarrassment. Cook all your meats to perfection, just the way you like it, with Camp Chef’s Wireless Thermometer. Insert the stainless steel probe while you cook and the remote will sound an alarm as soon as your preferred temperature is reached. Choose from 6 meat settings, 4 taste settings, or select your own desired temperature. There is no need to constantly be leaving the party to check your food because this remote will work wirelessly up to 100 feet away. The digital screen lights for viewing in the dark.


  • Digital LCD screen
  • 6 meat settings
  • 4 taste settings
  • Timer
  • LED light
  • Stainless steel probe
  • Easy to use remote
  • Built in alarm


  • Works wirelessly up to 100 feet
  • Probe and wire are rated for over 475 degrees
  • 48" wire attached from probe to receiver base
  • Elapsed cooking timer
  • Fully adjustable heat monitor

Product Downloads

 LTRM Instruction Manual


Questions on Wireless Thermometer

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  • From B. Mann at 3/11/13 4:38 PM
    • Why does my thermometer have a HH error?
    • The wire may be bent or have a kink in it. Straighten it out by running it through your fingers. If the wire is damaged or has melted it must be replaced.
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  • From Eric at 6/29/13 9:43 AM
    • I have the Camp Chef #LTRM Wireless Thermometer with an HH error. I need a replacement probe. Where do I get one or two?
    • An "HH" error on the wireless thermometer means there is some problem with the probe or wire. Typically we have seen this if the wire gets a kink in it. This problem occurred on my smoker when I ran the wire through the door and just closed it on it (always run it through the side vent and this keeps it from kinking). The first thing you should do is run the wire through your fingers & make sure it is straight. This should solve the problem. If this does not work, then the probe will need to be replaced. It may also be possible that if the probe wire gets extremely wet it could cause the "HH" error. It should resolve it once it dries. It may also be caused if the wire itself is exposed to very high temperatures (directly over a flame or touching the heating element in an oven) in which case the wire melts and the probe must be replaced. If a new probe needs to be ordered, please call customer service at 1-800-650-2433, with part number LTRMP, and they will be happy to help.
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  • From Jason at 7/8/13 6:01 PM
    • My thermometer reads a really high number, what would cause this?
    • When a wireless thermometer begins to malfunction it could be due to the probe's wire being exposed to too much heat or it has a kink in it. You can try to reset the unit and/or straighten the wire. This normally fixes this problem , if not you would need a new probe.
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