Sejoy Infrared Thermometer
The DET-306 infrared forehead thermometer is specifically designed for safe use on the forehead. The Infrared Forehead Thermometer is a device capable of measuring people's body temperature by detecting the intensity of infrared light emitted from the forehead. It converts the measured heat into a temperature reading displayed on the LCD. The infrared forehead thermometer is intended for the intermittent measurement of human body temperature from the skin surface of forehead by people of all ages. When properly used, it will quickly assess your temperature in an accurate manner.
- 2 modes - forehead mode and object mode
- Fast reading
- Measured on forehead
- Temperature indicator
- Fever alarm
- No probe covers required
- 10 reading memory
- °C or °F readings
Requires 2x AA batteries (Not Supplied)
Memory mode - Memory mode can be accessed either in forehead mode or object mode and automatically memorises the last 10 temperature readings. Each memory also records the measurement date, time and mode icons.
Object mode - Object mode shows the actual, unadjusted surface temperatures, which is different from the body temperature. It can help you to monitor if an object's temperature is suitable, for example heated baby milk.
Temperature indicator and fever alarm - When using the thermometer in forehead mode, if the thermometer reading is below 37.8°C (100°F), a happy face will be displayed next to the reading. If the temperature reading is 37.8°C (100°F) or above, an unhappy face will be displayed next to the reading and the there will be a long beep sound followed by three short beep sounds to warn the user.
Reference body site: oral.
This thermometer converts the forehead temperature to display its 'oral equivalent.'
Operating mode: Adjust mode (Forehead mode)
How to use
1. Press 'Power' button 2. Press 'Start' button 3. Read the temperature 4. Press the 'Power' button to turn it off
Hazards and Cautions
Battery: DC3V (2xAAA battery)
Battery life: Approx. 1 year/6000 readings
Do not store above 25°C.