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Pacific First Aid Ltd - 2023 Safety Catalogue

Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer


Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer

This Non-contact Digital Infrared Forehead Thermometer measures the human body forehead temperature which is suitable for all ages. It provides the easiest and most practical way to measure temperature.


A more detailed description can be found below ⬇.

SKU: PFA-MIT-GP300 Category: Tag:


10 in stock


Characteristics summary:

  • Non-contact Measurement: avoid risks for cross infection
  • Instant Reading: 1 SECOND by simply pressing the measure button
  • High Accurate Result: Medical Grade Instant Digital Thermometer with high sentitive infrared sensor which provides stable, reliable and accurate temperature measurements.
  • Digital Display: Large-size LCD screen with backlight and easy to read results even in the dark
  • Easy to Use: high temperature alarm and automatically save the last measurement.
  • Versatility: Environmental temperature adaptable and can be use to measure the surface temperature of other object. Perfectly and widely used in hospitals, clinics, factories, offices, shopping centers or at home


Other important characteristics

  • Display resolution: 0.1 ℃
  • Accuration: Temperture ±0.2 ℃
  • Measure arrangment: temperture 32℃-42℃
  • Measure distance: 5-10cm
  • Operation environment temperture: 10℃-40℃
  • Operation environment humidity: 85%
  • Power: DC3V (2*AAA Battery)
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