iMediCare Digital Medical Infrared Forehead and Ear Thermometer for Baby, Kids and Adults with Fever Indicator CE Approved, dual modes, instant results, best infrared lens, high accuracy Description
The iMediCare thermometer is perfect solution For Temperature Measurement of the Entire Family: It is capable of accompanying your child from baby to adulthood. It also has silent mode that is ideal for measurement when your Children is sleeping. Multiple use: Thanks to the dual mode design, you are free to take body temperature by detecting the infrared heat given off by the forehead, which is from 32â to 42.2â (from 89.6â to 107.9â), and by the eardrum, which is from 0â to 100.0â(from 32.0â to 212.0â). This device also can be used to measure the temperature of baby milk or bathing water or object’s surface, from 0â to 100.0âï¼from 32.0â to 212.0â). Ensure the probe cover is taken off, then point the thermometer toward the measured object and keep a 3-5mm distance between the probe and the measured object. Usage: Measure temperature via forehead: Make sure the probe cover in place when using forehead function. Hold the device and point to the forehead making it slightly touch the skin. Long press the button and scan the forehead, then release the button. You can get the reading on the display after hearing a beep. Perform in a row and get the average of readings as the last result. Measure temperature via ear: Take off the probe cover. Insert the probe into the ear canal. Ensure the probe point directly toward the eardrum. Press Start button and you will get the result after the beep. Clean the probe with dry towel if necessary. Switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius: When the thermometer is turned off, press the ‘MEM’ button for 6 seconds then release. Either C or F will appear in the lower right corner of the display. Quickly press the MEM button again and it will switch to the other. Notes: It is NORMAL to get the variations between Oral (0.5 to 1.0Â°F), Forehead (0.3 to 0.5Â°F) and Ear measurements. This is NOT due to the inaccuracy of the thermometer.