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Non-Contact Infrared Body Thermometer

Non-Contact Infrared Body Thermometer


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Non-Contact Infrared Body Thermometer

Model: TIE-240

Availability: In stock


Quick Overview

The Large Non-Contact Infrared Forehead Thermometer delivers easy-to-read fever results. Three-color backlight with high fever alarm. Measurement in 2 second with results in both °C/°F options results. Can be used for at home or professional settings.


• Non-contact infrared technology • Three-color backlight with high fever alarm • Clinically proven accuracy • Measurement in 2 seconds • °C/°F options • Stores up to 50 results in memory • 4 ways to use: Reads body, food, liquid, & room temperature • Date stamp • Auto power-off • Low battery indicator • For at home & professional use
Non-Contact Infrared Body Thermometer is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Meh This was the only touch less thermometer I could get my hands on. It's made in China so wasn't sure what I would get. Out of the box, it felt really flimsy and even with batteries, it felt like cheap plastic. Instructions were not entirely intuitive but basically you point, press trigger and it beeps when done. It feels like you have to hold the thermometer relatively close to the forehead, but still not touching. The one thing you cannot do is test rapidly from one person to the next. I tried my family and the only way to get it to take an accurate check was to wait for it to turn off (I do not know how to turn it off) and then check the next person. If you do it too fast from person to person, you get really low readings. If you wait enough time between people, then it seems to be accurate (or at least more accurate). However, after taking several temps in a ten minute span for the same person, it did fluctuate. Would I recommend? If you can't find anything else, sure. I think it does hit the mark but sadly not consistently. Good luck.
Date published: 2020-06-01
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