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Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer by Veridian Healthcare®

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29.99 $29.99

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29.99 $29.99

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Product Highlights

  • One-Second Body and Object Temperature Measurements

    Instant One-Second Results! Our Non-Contact Digital Thermometer makes taking temperatures fast and convenient for the whole family.

    Clinically validated, forehead readings taken with this device are comparable to oral temperature measurements, so you can be assured you are getting an accurate result every time.

    Non-contact design does not require probe covers and helps prevent cross-contamination and the spread of germs.

    Two modes—body and object—make this thermometer a useful device for any household. The ‘body’ mode provides 1-second readings taken at an individual’s forehead, while the 'object' mode allows for instant temperature measurements of food, bath water or even baby bottles.

  • Know Your Thermometer – Advanced Features and Functions

    • No Contact Required—Safe, sanitary and non-invasive way to take a temperature
    • Fever Icon Indicator—Provides a quick visual cue to easily identify normal or high temperature levels
    • Illuminated Display—Convenient for nighttime use, especially on a sleeping infant or child
    • Dual Scan Modes—Readable in Fahrenheit or Celsius
    • Easy-To-Use—Simple operation and automatic shut-off
    • Ergonomic Design—Fits comfortably in the palm of your hand
    • Varied Measurement Capabilities—Accurately measures body temperature and object/liquid temperature with wide range readout—50°F–122°F (person) 32°F–221°F (object/liquid)
    • Memory Recall—Stores last 10 readings for easy review
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Additional Product Highlights

  • Taking a Measurement – Body

    With only a click of the SCAN button, 512 infrared energy measurements are taken and converted into a single temperature reading in one quick second. These clinically accurate results are displayed on the oversize illuminated screen, offering a precise temperature reading.
    • Press the power button to turn the thermometer on
    • Select the 'body' measurement mode
    • Point the thermometer at the forehead, holding the device approximately 1.5"-2.5" away
    • Press and release the scan button; in one-second the unit will beep and the results will appear on the display
  • Taking a Measurement – Object

    The added object measurement feature is perfect for checking bathwater, baby bottles and food. A wide-range readout of 32°F–221°F allows for precise results for a variety of objects.

    To take the measurement of an object, follow the same simple instructions for body measurement, selecting the 'object' icon on the display.

    • Press the power button to turn the thermometer on
    • Select the 'object' measurement mode
    • Point the thermometer at the desired object, holding the device approximately 1.5"-2.5" away
    • Press and release the scan button; in one-second the unit will beep and the results will appear on the display
  • Fahrenheit or Celsius Measurements

    Your thermometer can display results in either degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or degrees Celsius (°C) with a few simple steps:
    • While the unit is on press and hold both the Person/Object button and the Memory (MEM) button
    • Hold until the °F icon on the display switches to the °C icon, or vise versa
    • Release both buttons; the mode has been changed and is now set to your preference
  • Tips for Measuring Body Temperature

    • Wait at least one minute between consecutive readings, to ensure accuracy
    • Attempting to take temperature readings from sites on the body other than the forehead may produce inaccurate results
    • The patient should remain still while the reading is being taken
    • If “Lo,” “Hi,” “Err,” or another error message appears, see the Troubleshooting section of the included manual for instructions on how to resolve the problem
    • Infrared forehead temperature readings are equivalent to oral temperature readings
    • Readings taken while asleep should not be compared directly to readings taken while awake, as body temperature while asleep is typically lower
    • Do not take body temperature readings within 30 minutes of being outdoors, exercising or bathing
    • Normal temperature readings can vary from 97.0° F to 99.0° F (36.1°C to 37.2° C). Level of activity, time of day, and other factors may affect body temperature; keep records of individual body temperature to use as a reference when judging a fever
  • Know Your Numbers – Understanding Your Measurement Results

    Body temperature can vary from 97°F (36.1°C) and 99°F (37.2°C) and still be considered normal.

    The medically accepted ‘normal’ body temperature is 98.6°F (37°C). Body temperature is commonly lower in the morning than at any point during the rest of an individual’s waking hours.

    Temperature readings will vary based on the body location point of the reading. Oral temperature readings between 97°F (36.1°C) and 100°F (37.7°C) are considered normal. A rectal temperature reading is generally 1°F (0.5°C) higher; while an underarm, or axillary, temperatures will be 1°F (0.5°C) lower. Measurements taken with the Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer are equivalent to oral temperature readings.

    A fever is defined as a body temperature that is elevated above the normal for that person. It is important to determine what is normal for an individual before determining if a fever is present. Tracking an individual’s temperature on a consistent basis, at the same body site and at the same time everyday will help determine an individual’s normal temperature.

  • What's in the Box

    • Thermometer
    • Drawstring storage pouch
    • Two AAA batteries
    • Detailed bilingual English/Spanish instructions
    • Quick start guide
    • 5-year limited warranty
    • Knowledgeable toll-free Customer Care Help Line, 800-326-1313


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