ThermoWorks Health

Before You Begin Before you begin, make sure that… You have the latest version of ThermoWorks Health installed on your smart device. Bluetooth is enabled on your smart device when using WAND Blue. ThermoWorks Health Installation Download ThermoWorks Health from either the Apple App Store or Google Play. Open the […]

ThermoWorks Cloud

Top This Help File contains instructions for the topics below. Using ThermoWorks Cloud Accessing ThermoWorks Cloud Through the ThermoWorks App (BBQ Devices) In a Desktop Browser ThermoWorks Cloud Dashboard Top Messages Devices Added to Your ThermoWorks Account Recent Events Locations List of Locations and Devices Connected to Each Location Add […]

ThermoWorks App

Top This Help File contains instructions for the topics below. Before You Begin ThermoWorks App Installation (BBQ Devices) Important to Know ThermoWorks App vs ThermoWorks Cloud ThermoWorks App vs ThermoWorks Cloud: Important to Remember (BBQ Devices) How many BBQ devices can be attached to the app? Type of BBQ Device […]

Smoke vs Smoke X2

(See a comparison chart to determine which alarm thermometer is right for you.)   People often ask us how  Smoke and Smoke X2 compare. They want to know how they are different and how they are the same, because they want to purchase the thermometer that is best for them. […]

Signals vs Smoke X4

(See a comparison chart to determine which alarm thermometer is right for you.)   People often ask us how Signals and Smoke X4 compare. They want to know how they are different and how they are the same, because they want to purchase the thermometer that is best for them. […]

Billows Set Up: Smoke X

Before You Start A 12-volt AC adapter (purchased separately here) is required to power Billows. Here is a video that demonstrates how to set up Smoke X with Billows. Adding Billows to Your Smoker Inlet Vents Begin by closing all inlet vents not used by the fan. Use the included […]

About Transmission Distance Specifications

Author: Randy Owen, President & CEO of ThermoWorks Transmission distance specifications are a complicated thing. Actual real-life experience with transmitted temperature readings depends on many factors. Normally, the specified “line of sight” transmission range is the “best case” range assuming no physical barriers between the transmitter and the receiver and […]