Vernon Hills, IL — Get precise and quick forehead temperature measurements without contact when using the new FDA-cleared noncontact infrared (IR) thermometer. It is designed to take the body temperature of a person regardless of room temperature and is easy to use. This versatile thermometer can also be used to take surface temperatures of an area or object such as food and can log 32 internal readings. This FDA-cleared IR thermometer is intended for industrial and office health screenings and monitoring.
When the thermometer is set to body mode, it can take the body temperature of a human being with a range from 89.6 to 108.5°F (32.0 to 42.5°C). Simply hold it 2” to 5.9" (5 to 15 cm) away from the person to measure temperature on the forehead or behind the earlobe and then press the trigger to activate instrument. To take the temperature of a surface or object such as food, fluid, or room temperature, switch the thermometer to surface mode. It features a wider temperature range from 32 to 140°F (0 to 60°C).
When this product is used for human body temperature measurement, it is only used as a reference for fever screening and cannot be used for medical identification. Use of this thermometer is not intended as a substitute for consultation with a health care professional.
This device is FDA cleared and within accordance of ASTM E1965-1998; EN 980: graphical symbols for use in the labeling of medical devices; EN 1041: information supplied by the manufacturer with medical devices; EN 60601-1: medical electrical equipment part 1: general requirements for safety (IEC:60601-1:1998); and EN 60601-1-2: medical electrical equipment part 1-2: general requirements for safety collateral standard electromagnetic compatibility requirements and test (IEC 60601-1-2:2001).