For the very first time, we’re extending the Thermomix® success guarantee beyond the bowl. By measuring the core temperature of meats, fish, bread and cakes whilst cooking, Thermomix® Sensor ensures accurate cooking beyond the bowl, to your oven, hob or grill.
Thermomix® Sensor has been integrated into over 200 Cookidoo recipes, from meat and fish to cakes and breads. When progressing through the guided cooking steps on your TM6, you will find Sensor instructions integrated, including advice on how to insert the Sensor probe. It will also automatically send the settings to your Sensor to start cooking.
Download the Cooking Centre app to your smart phone to receive real time updates on your recipe without having to leave your sofa. Check the app throughout cooking to easily monitor the remaining cooking time as well as the current and target temperature.
Thermomix® Sensor Welcome Booklet
Interested in learning more about the Thermomix® Sensor?
Whether you have your Thermomix® Sensor already or are contemplating purchasing from your advisor, our comprehensive guide is tailored to elevate your understanding of the Thermomix® Sensor. Covering everything from the initial unboxing experience to perfecting your culinary skills with breads, meats, and cakes, this resource is designed to be your go-to guide to understanding the Thermomix® Sensor.
On Thermomix® TM6:
On your mobile:
The charger battery can last up to a year if used an average of twice a week. You’ll know when the battery needs replacing as you will get a warning on Thermomix® TM6 or your mobile. To change the battery, remove the back cover, use the black plastic strip to easily remove the used battery, and replace with a new AAA battery.
Once fully charged, the probe’s battery will last 24 hours.
While cooking, a lot of residues can build up on the probe. These residues act like a barrier between the probe and the charger. It could be bits of food or soot from smoke, but in most cases, it’s just a little bit of grease that you might not even be able to see. When this happens, the probe can’t charge, so the battery might be completely drained the next time you want to use it. This is one of the most commonly occurring issues, which is why it is essential to clean the probe after each use. The most effective way to get rid of any residue is scrubbing the probe well with a mixture of bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar using a scouring pad, then giving it a quick wash ensuring it’s FAQs completely dry before placing it back in the charger. Don’t worry, the probe will be fine under running water, and it can take a good scrub! You might also want to wipe the metal contact points on the charger with a dry cloth to remove any potential leftover residue. After this, just let the probe charge for 2 hours. Once you’ve got your probe connected again, make sure to get it sparkling clean after every use. Most times, hot, soapy water and the rough side of a sponge will be enough, though you might want to bust out the bicarbonate of soda and vinegar again if you start seeing a lot of discolouration.
Certain oven doors are more insulated than others, which can cause the Bluetooth® connection to drop. It could also be that the probe's ceramic end is covered with food or is touching the tin. Using a metallic pot with a lid or covering the dish with foil rather than baking paper can also cause the Bluetooth® connection to drop. Always place the charger as close as possible to the oven door, ideally using the charger's magnetic contacts. It may occur that the Bluetooth® connection drops. Should this happen, switch Bluetooth® off and on again. Having an additional device (such as a mobile) can help to check if your probe is connected or not. If you find that you can reconnect to the probe easily when you open the oven door, it is most likely that your oven is too insulated to allow a stable Bluetooth® connection.
Thermomix® Sensor can only be connected to 2 devices at a time, whether 2 Thermomix® TM6, 1 Thermomix® TM6 and a mobile or 2 mobiles.
Unfortunately, you cannot use Thermomix® Sensor in a microwave as this would cause irreparable damage to the circuitry inside the probe itself. Besides, this is a fire hazard.
If you’re using more than one thermometer to check your meat temperature, there are a couple of important things to keep in mind: