Thermometer Digital LCD Infrared Non-Contact Forehead Temperature
Measuring whether or not a fever is present – and exactly how high it is – can help you decide whether you can manage an infection yourself or need to consult with your doctor. Several different types of thermometers can effectively take a temperature, but you’ll get the quickest, easiest and most hygienic reading from an infrared digital forehead thermometer.
A non-contact forehead thermometer uses infrared technology to measure the heat emitted from the core body temperature. All you need to do is hold the thermometer a 1-3cms from the forehead and press a button and within seconds you have an accurate reading.
- Non – contact
- Early screening for infection fever
- Accurate temperature measurement – High precision sensor
- It only takes 0.5 seconds to read the surface temperature of the measured object
- Compact body – Easy to hold!
- Large screen display
- 5-15 cm measuring distance
- Small and light
- Two replaceable AAA batteries – not included
- Automatic shutdown
- Celsius or Fahrenheit
How To Use:
Surface temperature is measured with the touch of one button
Please insert 2 x AAA batteries (not included) into battery compartment
Position the instrument 1-3cms from surface to measure
Squeeze and hold trigger until temperature reading displays on screen
To change function from surface temp measurement to body temp measurement press Set button to desired setting on screen
Thermometer turns off automatically after the trigger is released
For instructions to change settings see manual.
- 1 x Infrared Thermometer
- 1 x User Manual
What an infrared thermometer is:
An infrared thermometer is a thermometer which infers temperature from a portion of the thermal radiation sometimes called black-body radiation emitted by the object being measured. They are sometimes called laser thermometers as a laser is used to help aim the thermometer, or non-contact thermometers or temperature guns, to describe the device's ability to measure temperature from a distance. By knowing the amount of infrared energy emitted by the object and its emissivity, the object's temperature can often be determined within a certain range of its actual temperature..