About the Product
· DUAL MODE - Measure temperature via forehead (for all ages) or ear (recommended for age >1). Suitable for adults and children. One thermometer for everyone!
· PRECISE AND ACCURATE - Passed numerous rigorous clinical tests. Proven to be precise and accurate when used in accordance to instructions. Take the guesswork out of determining your child's temperature!
· QUICK AND EASY - Just press F1 for forehead and F2 for ear measurement. Results displayed on screen instantly.
· READINGS RETRIEVAL - Can store up to 20 previous readings. Display reading in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
· ALARM - Visual and auditory alarm when temperature exceeds 99.5 °F (37.5°C).
We want to make a thermometer that is capable of accompanying your child from baby to adulthood. That is why our Dual mode infra-red thermometer INV-DC200 is designed to be BOTH an ear thermometer (recommended for age >1) AND a forehead thermometer (recommended for all ages), offering users the freedom to choose between two modes. Using the latest infra-red scanning technology, the INV-DC200 has proven to be extremely reliable and accurate during clinical trials. Only available to pediatricians and professionals previously, we are now bringing this technology to you. Try out the #1 trusted baby thermometers by Pediatricians.
- Dual mode thermometer - Measure temperature via forehead and ear
- Accurate and reliable - Utilize newest infra-red detection technology
- Easy mode of operation - Just press and scan
- Upgraded software - NO waiting in between measurements.
- Safe and Hygienic
- 20 readings memory recall
- Measures in both Fahrenheit and Celsius
- Alarm when temperature exceeds 99.5°F
- Comes with 2X AAA batteries that will last thousands of readings.
When taking temperature from different parts of your body, it is normal to obtain a slight variation in the temperature readings. An ear (tympanic) temperature is usually 0.5-1°F (0.3-0.6°C) higher than an oral temperature, whereas a forehead (temporal) temperature is usually 0.5-1°F (0.3-0.6°C) lower than an oral temperature. Therefore, it is NORMAL to get 1-2°F (0.6-1.2°C) difference between an ear measurement versus a forehead measurement. This is NOT due to the inaccuracy of the thermometer.
The thermometer sensor is extremely sensitive. Any dirt and/or oil will prevent an accurate measurement. Check and clean the sensor regularly. The surface should be reflective and gleaming. If it is dull and lackluster, please clean the sensor with a q-tip cotton swabs (preferably soaked with alcohol).
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