● Model Number:FC-IR 100
● Power Source:Electric
● Power Supply Mode:Removable Battery
● Quality Certification:ISO 13485/CE
● Safety standard:GB/T18830-2009
● Power supply:DC1.5V*2
● Display resolution:0.1℃/F
● Automatic shutdown:10s±1s
Packaging & Delivery
● Packaging Details
● Port:shenzhen port
● Lead Time:
Quantity(Pieces) 1 - 500 501 - 1000 >1000
Est. Time(days) 7 25 To be negotiated
● Quick measurement, less than 1 second.
● Accurate and reliable.
● Easy operation, one button design, to measure both ear and forehead.
● Multi-functional, can measure ear, forehead, room, milk, water and object temperature.
● 35 sets of memories, easy to recall.
● Switching between mute and un-mute mode.
● Fever alarm function, displayed in orange and red light.
● Switching between ºC and ºF.
● Auto shut-down and power-saving.
Infrared Thermometer measures the body temperature based on the infrared energy emitted from the eardrum or the forehead. Users can quickly get measurement results after positioning properly the temperature probe in the ear canal or forehead.
Normal body temperature is a range. The following tables shows that this normal range also varies by site. Therefore, readings from different site should not be directly compared. Tell your doctor what type of thermometer you used to take your temperature and on what part of the body. Also bear this in mind if you are diagnosing yourself.
The thermometer consists of a shell, an LCD, a measure button, a beeper, an infrared temperature sensor, and a Microprocessor.
The infrared temperature sensor collects infrared energy emitted by the eardrum or the skin surface. After being focused by a lens, the energy is converted into a temperature reading by the thermopiles and measurement circuits.
6.Indications for use
The Dual-mode Infrared Thermometer is intended for the measurement of human body temperatures. The forehead mode is indicated for people of all ages and the eardrum mode is indicated for people above three months old.
Do not use the thermometer if the ear is infected with otitis or suppuration.
8.Temperature taking tips
1) It is important to know each individual’s normal temperature when they are well. This is the only way to accurately diagnose a fever. Record readings twice a day (early morning and late afternoon). Take the average of the two temperatures to calculate normal oral equivalent temperature. Always take the temperature in the same location, since the temperature readings may vary from different locations on the forehead.
2) A child’s normal temperature can be as high as 99.9°F (37.7) or as low as 97.0°F (36.11). Please note that this unit reads 0.5ºC (0.9°F) lower than a rectal digital thermometer.
3) External factors may influence ear temperatures, including when an individual has:
● been lying on one ear or the other
● had their ears covered
● been exposed to very hot or very cold temperatures
● been recently swimming or bathing
In these cases, remove the individual from the situation and wait 20 minutes prior to taking a temperature.
Use the untreated ear if prescription ear drops or other ear medications have been placed in the ear canal.
4) Holding the thermometer for too long in the hand before taking a measurement can cause the device to warm up. This means the measurement could be incorrect.
5) Patients and the thermometer should stay in steady-state room condition for at least 30 minutes.
6) Before placing the thermometer sensor onto the forehead, remove dirt, hair, or sweat from the forehead area. Wait 10 minutes after cleaning before taking measurement.
7) Use an alcohol swab to carefully clean the sensor and wait for 5 minutes before taking a measurement on another patient. Wiping the forehead with a warm or cool cloth may impact your reading. It is advised to wait 10 minutes before taking a reading.
8) In the following situations it is recommended that 3-5 temperatures in the same location be taken and the highest one taken as the reading:
● Newborn infants in the first 100 days.
● Children under three years of age with a compromised immune system and for whom the presence or absence of fever is critical.
● When the user is learning how to use the thermometer for the first time until he/she has familiarized himself/herself with the instrument and obtains consistent readings.
9.Care and cleaning
Use an alcohol swab or cotton swab moistened with 70% alcohol to clean the thermometer casing and the measuring probe. After the alcohol has completely dried out, you can take a new measurement.
Ensure that no liquid enters the interior of the thermometer. Never use abrasive cleaning agents, thinners or benzene for cleaning and never immerse the instrument in water or other cleaning liquids. Take care not to scratch the surface of the LCD screen.
10.Warranty and After-Sale Service
The device is under warranty for 12 months from the date of purchase.
The batteries, the packaging, and any damage caused by improper use are not covered by the warranty.
Excluding the following user-caused failures:
● Failure resulting from unauthorized disassembly and modification.
● Failure resulting from an unexpected dropping during application or transportation.
● Failure resulting from not following the instructions in the operating manual.