Catch it before it Spreads
Non-contact infrared thermometers have become the perfect choice for conducting health screenings amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Although they are considered to be less accurate than the forehead, ear, or digital thermometers, they pose the lowest risk of cross-contamination.
Our non-contact infrared thermometers can detect the presence of a fever, one of the earliest symptoms of COVID-19, and keep individuals from infecting others.
- Reduced risk of spreading disease between people
- Easy to use, clean, and disinfect
- Efficient; able to conduct multiple screenings quickly
Our Infrared Non-Contact Thermometer Permits Measurement From a Distance
Our non-contact infrared thermometer infers temperature from a portion of the thermal radiation, sometimes called black-body radiation, emitted by the object being measured. This permits temperature measurement from a distance, without contact with the object to be measured using laser technology. This helps prevent contamination and spreading disease via skin contact.
Features of our infrared thermometer are:
F1. When the body temperature exceeds a certain user set temperature (default value is 38°C), the Infrared Thermometer will display a red backlight.
F2. Calibration (default 0). User can set when an alarm turns on after a certain amount of temperature deviation
F3. Switch alarm (ON/OFF)
F4. BODY temp mode. Check body temperature of object/individual using Infrared Thermometer
Display color description are as follows:
- Red backlight: "LOW" symbol (under 32°C)
- Green backlight: Body temperature is normal (32-37.3°C)
- Yellow backlight: Body temperature is high but does not exceed the alarm temperature (37.3-38°C)
- Red backlight: Body temperature exceeds 38°C and alarms (38.1-42°C)
- The User has the option between °C or °F and the Infrared Thermometer can Memorise up to 32
measurements at a time.
- A measuring distance of 5cm - 15cm (2-5.8 in.) Storage and operating temperature should not exceed 40°C
(104°F ) or fall below 0°C (32°F), due to possible damage it may cause the Infrared Thermometer.
- The Infrared Thermometer automatically powers off after 7 seconds
Limitations and Guidelines for Using Non-Contact Thermometers Need to be Considered
Although non-contact thermometers have many advantages, there are also limitations and guidelines to consider. Non-contact thermometers have strict manufacturer guidelines and instructions for use that must be followed to ensure an accurate reading.
Follow these guidelines, also recommended by the FDA:
- Non-contact infrared thermometers should be used in a draft-free space without direct sunlight.
- They should also be placed in the space prior to use for a predetermined amount of time to adjust to the environment.
- When reading a person’s temperature, a non-contact infrared thermometer must be held perpendicular to the forehead at a specific distance.
- Do not touch the sensing area of the thermometer. Keep the sensor clean and dry.
- All of these conditions must be met each time to ensure an accurate reading. As the instructions for use are very specific, the accuracy of the readings may vary slightly from user to user.
The biggest limitation is that how and where non-contact thermometers are used can affect the measurement. For instance, if they are used in an environment that is too hot or cold, the readings can be inaccurate. We recommend non-contact infrared thermometers be used when temperatures are between 60.8-104 degrees Fahrenheit and when relative humidity is below 85%.
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