- Fever warning
- Dual mode design (forehead or eardrum temperature detection)
- 20 readings memory recall
- 1 second measurement time
- Extensive clinical data
- Convenient to use
- Safe andhygienic
- Alert bounds / beeper
Get to Know
- Forehead temperature detection button(F1)
- Eardrum temperature detection button(F2)
- LCD display
- Battery compartment
- Battery cover
- Digital Infrared Forehead Thermometer Unit
- Device Holder
- 2pcs. battery(AA)
- User Manual
Body Temperature Basics
You can take a body temperature on the forehead, in the ear canal, under the armpit, in the mouth, or in the anus. The temperature measured at different parts of the body may differ slightly.
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The normal body temperature range slightly varies with age and gender. Generally, newborns or children have higher body temperatures than adults, and adults have higher body temperatures than the elderly. Women’s body temperatures are appropriately 0.3°C higher than men’s.
Normal body temperature varies by the time of day and is also affected by external factors. The body temperature of an individual is the highest between 2:00 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. and the lowest between 14:00 p.m. and 20:00 p.m. An individual’s body temperature typically changes by less than 1°C each day.