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Pediatric thermometer 88212B Series

pediatric thermometer
pediatric thermometer
pediatric thermometer
pediatric thermometer
pediatric thermometer
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Measurement method
infrared, non-contact
Measurement point
forehead, ambient
Other characteristics
with audible signal, voice
Temperature range

Max.: 100 °C (212 °F)

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)


Voice broadcast temperature value Non-contact Infrared Thermometer -8812B series Grandparents with poor eyesight can also measure temperature for baby 1-3 cm from the forehead, One-button temperature measurement, easy to operate More than 20 patents US GE high precision sensor The temperature measurement accuracy is clinically verified and passed the US FDA certification Display three-color warning User friendly design Use color to remind the baby if there is a fever. A multi-purpose machine affordable and save money After adjusting the mode to measure the temperature of the object, you can measure the temperature of the food such as milk and bread and the temperature of the baby bath water. International certification export quality Hetaida non-contact infrared thermometer obtained the EU Medical CE, the US FDA, IS013485, the US FDA quality system QSR820 and the EU RoHS environmental certification the products sell well in Europe , America and Southeast Asia markets Product specifications Thermometer working conditions: Ambient temperature: 16° C -35° C relative humidity : 85% Heat balance time: 30 minutes Measurement accuracy: ± 0.2 °C Temperature measurement range: 0.0 ° C - 100 ° C Automatic memory: 50 groups Automatic poweroff: -C. 18 seconds Product weight: 86 grams (without battery) Product size: length 138mm x with 95mm x height 40mm Voltage power supply: DC3V (two AAA alkaline batteries)
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