JetArt Thermo Eye DT2000


As the temperatures gets hotter and hotter, there is a need to monitor the temperatures inside of your case and the components in it. Whether you are an overclocker or just the average person, it’s always nice to know what’s going on inside your PC’s case isn’t it? There are many options to monitor temperatures, some are great and some are not. Today for review I have a product from JetArt called the Thermo Eye, and it is one of those products that I consider goes in the ‘Great Products’ category as it is not only very useful but stylish as well. From my testing I have found that it is very accurate and easy to use. Read on to learn more about the JetArt Thermo Eye.


JetArt Thermo Eye DT2000

Reviewed by: Kristofer Brozio AkA Dracos

Sponsor: JetArt

Tech Specs,Features or the Basic Info:

Thermo Eye

Model: DT2000

Description : 

Overheating has become an important issue relating to electronic equipment lifetimes. The majority of end users are bothered by overheating problems when they are using electronic equipments or computers. Its sometimes difficult to read temperatures instantly and tell just what is going on.

To monitor the any overheating problem, this product is designed to help temperature detection. It tells dual, precise temperatures for 2 different places using sensors. Only when temperature fluctuation is under monitoring, you can take necessary action to prevent damage in advance.It can be applied to any place at any time. Its a very useful tool and the best mate to temperature detecting and monitoring.


-Dual Instant Temperature Detecting

-Accurate Dual Thermal Sensors

-Super Backlight LCD Monitor

-Fancy Silver Laser Faceplate

-Wide Range Application

-Long Lifetime Lithium Battery

-Power Saving Design

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Dimensions 78.0 x 42.0 x 13.0 mm

Detecting Range 0 ~ 120 C / 32 ~ 248 F

Monitor Backlight LCD

Battery CR2032

Weight 30 gm


Thermal sensor : 1 set, Length x 1 M

Tape : 16.0 x 10.0 mm x 2 pcs

Velcro tape : 42.0 x 34.0 x 1 pc

A Better Look at Things


The JetArt Thermo Eye packaging is your standard, easy open plastic clamshell style. On the front we can see the Thermo Eye and its’ accessories, along with some listed features.

The back of the packaging has lots of info, all the specs and features are listed there along with the installation instructions.

Opening the package up we don’t find to much, just the Thermo Eye, two pieces or tape and the sensors themselves. The Thermo Eye itself has a small LCD display with a single button to the right of it that activates the back light.

The back of the Thermo Eye has a piece of velcro attached to it to be used in conjunction with the opposite velcro to attach wherever you may please on your case.

The sensors attach via a plug on the bottom side of the Thermo Eye.


The sensors themselves are very thin, they should be able to slide under and into tiny spaces in or on your PC that you wish to monitor.

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The JetArt Thermo Eye itself seems to be very sturdy and well made. It is lightweight but feels solidly manufactured. It is made of plastic, but should be able to withstand a bit of abuse and moving around if need be.

Installation, Testing and Comparison

Installing the Thermo Eye is very easy, you just need to plug in the sensors and find a place to put them. For my installation I attached it to places that I could easily verify the temperature readings with my ThermoHawk infra red thermometer. I attached the sensors, one to the top of the CPU cooler, and the other to the bottom of the PC case itself, with the supplied tape.

The Thermo Eye is very easy to use, in regular light you can easily read the LCD display, but if need be you can press the button to the right of the LCD to turn on the green back light.


Testing this device is very easy, I know my ThermoHawk infrared thermometer is very accurate, and all I have to do is point and click to get the surface measurement temperature.

Sensor one of the Thermo Eye indicated that the temperature under the sensor was 31.1C, using the ThermoHawk it told me that the temperature was 31.0C, I think that’s pretty close to accurate.

Sensor two of the ThermoEye indicated a temperature of 27.2C, while the ThermoHawk indicated a temperature of 28.2C. Very close, not bad at all.

In all for getting a close reading of the temperature of your components, I think the ThermoEye is just fine. The cables fro the sensors are very long and I believe they are sufficient for installation in any sized case.


Well, the JetArt Thermo Eye seems to be accurate enough for most purposes. Of course it isn’t scientific grade but it’s fine for the uses computer enthusiasts need it for. Having the ability to mount it in a place that is highly visible, such as the front of your case, is very nice. You can have access to the temperatures anytime you need them. The ThermoEye looks very nice, but I would have liked to have seen more color choices, as some people might not like white. In all I think the Thermo Eye is a great little product that performs well and does what it is supposed to do and does it accurately.

DragonSteelMods gives the JetArt Thermo Eye DT2000 a 5 out of 5 score and our Recommended Award as well.


-Looks great

-Easy to use


-Long cables/wire


-Lack of color choices

I would like to thank JetArt for the chance to review their products and their continued support of DragonSteelMods.