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Infrared (IR) thermometers offer the same level of accuracy and reliability as that of a rectal or oral thermometer. However, it is also essential to understand that the accuracy depends on how and where you use these thermometers. Make sure to refer to the manufacturer's guidelines and instructions for proper use.
Clinical infrared thermometers are completely safe to use on everyone - babies, children, and adults as long as you don't point the laser beam into their eyes. These non-contact devices also allow measuring the temperature of humans from a safe distance.
The temperature measurement range of infrared thermometers varies according to its type. It provides fast clinical accurate precise reading with less than 1 sec measurement time. Maximum allowable error - ±0.2℃ in the range of (35℃ - 42℃) ±0.3℃ outside the range of (35℃ - 42℃).
You can store up to 32 sets of readings and recall them at any time. An intelligent shutdown feature supports auto shutdown for power saving. This FDA and CE certified thermometer measures temperature in Celsius (℃) as well as Fahrenheit (°F) measuring units. Long press ‘SET’ key 3 times. Each time for more than 3 seconds. When the screen flashes F3, use arrow keys to toggle between Celsius and Fahrenheit. Once selected, press ‘SET’ again.
Follow the steps below to measure the surface temperature of a subject using a non-contact infrared thermometer: a. Turn ON the IR thermometer and press & hold the trigger for the laser beam to appear. b. Point the laser beam in the direction of the subject you want to collect the temperature readings for. c. Make sure that the laser beam is stable and is pointing at the central location. d. If possible, stay as close to the subject as possible for accurate readings. e. Press & hold the trigger while the thermometer records the subject's temperature. f. The recorded temperature will get displayed on the thermometer's digital display. g. Note down the readings and turn OFF the device after use.
No. infrared thermometers cannot measure the temperature accurately if there is glass, liquids, or any transparent surface between the subject and thermometer. The temperature values displayed in such conditions are of a transparent surface and not the subject.