2IN1 Digital Infrared Non-contact Baby Temperature Thermometer
Wide temperature measurement range for body, various hot, hazardous or hard-to-reach objects.
Digital backlight LCD display, convenient to read at night.
Body temperature measurement: aiming towards the forehead with the distance of 1-10cm.
Data hold, positioning function and automatic power off with 0.1℃ / 0.1℉ display resolution.
Safe use for human body without laser point and 2 temperature units for conversion: ℃/℉ selection switch.
Adjustable emissivity increases measurement accuracy for different surface.
Object temperature measurement: measuring the surface temperature of an object, baby bath water temperature or milk temperature, etc.
Can be widely used in oil and chemical industry, railway, electricity, textile processing, etc.
|Display:||LCD Backlight Display|
|Measurement Range:|| Body: 34℃~45℃ / 93.2℉~113℉,
Surface: 0℃~115℃ / 32℉~239℉
|Accuracy:|| Body: ±0.2℃, Surface: ±1.5℃
(testing environment temperature 23℃±3℃)
|Emissivity:||0.1~1.00 Adjustable (0.95 Preset)|
|Repeatability:||±1% or ±0.1℃|
|Screen Size:||38 * 20mm / 1.50 * 0.79in|
|Field of View:||1~10cm|
|Laser Pointer:||Class 2 Laser<1mW Output|
|Wavelength:||8 to 14μm|
|Operating Humidity:||10% to 95% RH, <80%RH Storage|
|Power Supply:||2 * 1.5V AAA Battery (not Included)|
|Product Size:||Approx. 90 * 37 * 140mm / 3.54 * 1.46 * 5.51in|
Approx. 96g / 3.40oz
1 x infrared thermometer
1pc user manual
1pc blister package
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