Infrared ear thermometer
Good quality and resonable price
Infrared Ear thermometers are developed using the latest infrared
digital infrared ear thermometer can measure your temperature
quickly (1 second) and easily by inserting
the tip into your ear.
1) Temperature range: 32oC ~ 42oC
2) Environment temperature range: 12oC ~ 38oC
3) Storage temperature range: -20oC ~ 50oC
4) Measurement time: within 1 second
5) The scale choosing:oC
6) Display mode: LCD
7) Memory function: 10 group
The computer can get the readout by bluetooth.
Record the temperatures by bluetooth when detect the kindergarten
or infants' school children.
Color box dimensions: 16.5 x 9 x 5cm
Dimensions: 46.5 x 26 x 35cm
customer can change the package of the thermometer
Aninfrared (IR) thermometercontains an optical sensor, usually a thermopile, which can detect
the infrared emissions from any hot object. The magnitude and
spectrum of infrared energy emitted depends on:
a.) internal temperature of the body
b.) temperature of the thermometer, which is also radiating IR
c.) emissivity, which describes the efficiency of the surface for
radiating electromagnetic radiation and is a dimensionless number
between 0 (smooth shiny surface) and 1 (dark rough surface)
d.) filtering effect of optical components, including the probe
Infrared ear thermometersare designed to sense the temperature of the tympanic membrane
within the ear. The measured temperature is an average across the
visualised area. The field of view may encompass adjacent ear
structures, approximately 2 Calsius cooler than the tympanic
menbrane (typically 37.3 Calsius). An instrumentation offset is
usually applied which incorporates information about the
thermometer's temperature and filtering effect of the optical
components. Some devices also try to correct for the effect of
averaging( making assumptions about the relative size of the
tympanic membrane in the field of view.)
Forehead thermometersrepeatedly sample the skin temperature seeking peak values, caused
by the presence of the temporal artery lying under the surface.
Inftrumentation offset values and physiological offset values are
then applied to predict the temperature at another site, usually
oral. All these devices use computational software to rapidly
predict the temperature but the algorithms will vary between
different types as they are based on their own clinical trials.
Our advice on clinical use
The key issues covered in the user instructions forinfrared eat thermometersare:
1.) Check the ear canal is clean, dry and normal in apparence and
is not obstructed or containing vernix, inflammation, blood or
excessive earwax. Bote the general angle of the ear canal.
2.) Ensuring the thermometer lens is clean.
3.) Straighten the ear canal, giving a clear view of the eardum and
position the thermometer head so the sensor will be directed at the
tympanic menbrance and not cooler eat structures. For children
<;1 year the ear lobe should be pulled straight back. For older
patients pull the ear lobe up and back. Incorrect placing can give
falsely low temperature readings.
4.) Failing to seal the ear canal opening may result in a lower
5.) Do not use excessive force to insert the probe into the ear as
this may injure the ear canal or ear drum.
6.) The patient should not exercise or talk during temperature
7.) Do not take a patient reading within 30 minutes of a
bath/shower or swimming.
8.) Always wait two minutes before repeating a measurement in the
9.)Always compare measurements from the same ear.
10.)Using the maximum of three repeated measurements is recommended
for infants less than 100days old, children under three years with
compromised immune sustem and when the user is learning to use the