The infrared thermometer can be used to measure body temperature by aiming the device at the forehead/underarm from 2-5cm away for less than 1 second! This non-contact measurement means that the device does not need to touch the skin, preventing cross-infection.

  • Digitally displays temperature.
  • Takes a few seconds for a reading to be displayed.
  • 2 X AA Batteries required.
  • Suitable for all ages.
  • **Please seek medical advice if you are feeling unwell.

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Does it need to touch to generate a reading?

No, the Thermometer can be from 2-5cm away from a forehead/underarm to give an accurate reading.

How is it powered?

The Thermometer requires 2 x AA Batteries to work

What is the “normal” temperature range and what temperature would be classed as a fever?

There is no universally agreed “normal” temperature ranges; it depends on the information source and site of measurement. The “Normal” range for the Thermometer is indicated as 35.8°C to 37.6°C. The NHS indicates around 37°C for an adult (oral), around 36.4°C for a child (underarm)

What if the thermometer records a temperature below the “normal” temperature range?

  1. Switch off the Thermometer.
  2. Ensure the thermometer has been at room temperature for at least 30 minutes.
  3. Ensure the thermometer lens is clean and undamaged and the battery indicator shows the thermometer has some charge.
  4. Switch on the thermometer and wait for the display to switch on.
  5. The device should be in forehead temperature mode (refer manual).
  6. Hold the thermometer 2-3cm from the forehead and press SACN button and move from side to side over the forehead area.
  7. The end of the measurement is signalled by a long beep and you can now read the measured value.  

If the temperature recorded is still below “normal” levels and you feel unwell seek medical advice.

What if the thermometer records a temperature within the “normal” range but I still feel unwell?

Temperature is not the only sign of illness, if the patient feels unwell or there are other signs of illness such as agitation, severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse, even if the temperature recorded is “normal”; you should seek medical advice.

 

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The infrared thermometer can be used to measure body temperature by aiming the device at the forehead/underarm from 2-5cm away for less than 1 second! This non-contact measurement means that the device does not need to touch the skin, preventing cross-infection.

  • Digitally displays temperature.
  • Takes a few seconds for a reading to be displayed.
  • 2 X AA Batteries required.
  • Suitable for all ages.
  • **Please seek medical advice if you are feeling unwell.

Does it need to touch to generate a reading?

No, the Thermometer can be from 2-5cm away from a forehead/underarm to give an accurate reading.

How is it powered?

The Thermometer requires 2 x AA Batteries to work

What is the “normal” temperature range and what temperature would be classed as a fever?

There is no universally agreed “normal” temperature ranges; it depends on the information source and site of measurement. The “Normal” range for the Thermometer is indicated as 35.8°C to 37.6°C. The NHS indicates around 37°C for an adult (oral), around 36.4°C for a child (underarm)

What if the thermometer records a temperature below the “normal” temperature range?

  1. Switch off the Thermometer.
  2. Ensure the thermometer has been at room temperature for at least 30 minutes.
  3. Ensure the thermometer lens is clean and undamaged and the battery indicator shows the thermometer has some charge.
  4. Switch on the thermometer and wait for the display to switch on.
  5. The device should be in forehead temperature mode (refer manual).
  6. Hold the thermometer 2-3cm from the forehead and press SACN button and move from side to side over the forehead area.
  7. The end of the measurement is signalled by a long beep and you can now read the measured value.  

If the temperature recorded is still below “normal” levels and you feel unwell seek medical advice.

What if the thermometer records a temperature within the “normal” range but I still feel unwell?

Temperature is not the only sign of illness, if the patient feels unwell or there are other signs of illness such as agitation, severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse, even if the temperature recorded is “normal”; you should seek medical advice.

 

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