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Non-contact thermometer Adtemp™ 429

non-contact thermometer
non-contact thermometer
non-contact thermometer
non-contact thermometer
non-contact thermometer
non-contact thermometer
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Measurement method
non-contact, electronic
Measurement point
Other characteristics
Temperature range

Max.: 50 °C (122 °F)

Min.: 10 °C (50 °F)


The AdtempTM 429 Non-Contact Thermometer features an infrared sensor that reads temperature from the middle of the forehead with no skin contact required for a safe and comfortable experience that minimizes the risk of cross-contamination. The AdtempTM 429 Infrared Thermometer features: Infrared sensor simplifies temperature measurement—ideal for screening Measures in about 1 second without patient contact eliminating the concern of cross contamination or costly probe covers Measurement feedback system signals proper operating distance for accuracy Measures at a distance of 4-6cm (1.5"-2.5") from patient's forehead Dual mode - body and object Large backlit LCD display is easy to read Wide Temp Range 30 reading memory Fahrenheit-Celsius switchable Auto-off function after 30 seconds conserves battery life Audible beep when measurement is complete, Night mode mutes volume Compact ergonomic design 5" x 2.06" x 1.75" ( 52.4mm x 44.5mm x 129.9mm), weighs approximately 3oz (87g) with batteries Optional cradle available for wall mounting Uses 2 “AAA” batteries (included) 2 year warranty Measurement accuracy (Laboratory) Body Mode: 50°F to 122°F (10°C to 50°C) Object Mode: 32°F to 212°F (0°C to 100°C) Body Mode: 71.6°F to 104°F ±.5°F (22°C to 40°C ±.3°C) Object Mode: 68°F ±5% (20°C ±5%) Type:Non-Contact Technology:Infrared Scale:Dual (°F/°C) Range °F:50.0 to 122.0 Range °C:10.0 to 50.0 Accuracy °F:0.5 Accuracy °C:0.3 Response Time:1 sec Beeper:Yes



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