The digital thermometers are the first to offer infrared and thermometers for turkey cooking.
Fluke, which is owned by Nestle, makes a line of infrared and digital thermometric devices that work with microwave ovens.
Microwave ovens are typically heated by heating the hot water in the microwave oven.
The company said it uses the infrared temperature to help cook turkeys, and the turkeys’ skin responds to the infrared, too.
The infrared-based infrared thermometers have a range of up to 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
But the microwave-thermal infrared is also used for cooking potatoes.
The digital thermographs have an LED display, and they can measure temperature changes in up to a range up to five degrees Fahrenheit, said Matt DeAngelo, a spokesperson for Fluke.
“You can get really accurate results,” he said.
“If you’re going to be eating hot food, you want to get a good thermometer.”
The microwave- and microwave-based microwave thermometers, which are sold in many grocery stores and online, can be used to test whether your turkey is overcooked or not.
Micrometers are not included with most turkeys sold in grocery stores.
The microwave thermometer can measure temperatures up to about 30 degrees Fahrenheit when used in a microwave oven, DeAngelo said.
The fluke thermometer has a range from about 30 to about 120 degrees Fahrenheit in an oven, and it has a display that indicates the temperature of a turkey.
DeAngelo said the fluke is the only one that works in an outdoor microwave oven like an outdoor grill.
It has a white LED, so you can see it if you’re inside.
But, he said, you can’t tell if it’s in a heated oven.
Deangelo said the microwave thermograph can be helpful when cooking turkey in the kitchen because you can compare the temperature.
You can’t do that in an indoor oven, because the oven heats the turkey, he explained.
If you’ve never used the flukes, De Angelo said, be sure to read the instructions carefully.
They explain that you should never use the fluKE thermometer to cook a turkey, but if you want the temperature to be accurate, you should use the microwave, Deangelo said.
De Angelo said that fluke digital thermometers are available in a variety of colors.
He said you should have a clear white plastic or a plastic bottle with the fluoke printed on it, because there are some fluorescent colors that flukes have a tendency to emit, De Antonio said.
The fluke also has an infrared detector, and you can use it to see if your turkey has a black-and-white color, he added.
The microwave fluke will also be able to tell if your turkeys are overcooked.