ADC Temple Touch Digital Fever Thermometer, Non Invasive and Quick Read, Suitable for Babies, Newborns, Kids, and Adults…


Non-invasive temperature measurement delivers clinically accurate readings in about 6 seconds, ideal for home, hospital, clinic, or physician office
Patented conductive technology, meets accuracy requirements for intermittent thermometers under ASTM E1112
Reduces risk of cross contamination and avoids the need for costly probe covers

Amazon.com Price: $12.91 (as of 24/10/2020 13:55 PST- Details)

Style:Touch Thermometer

The ADC Adtemp Temple Touch Digital Thermometer is a non-invasive solution that provides a clinically accurate, 6-second reading at the temple. Combines patented conductive technology, ease of use, and speed. Ideal for all patients: adults, children, and infants, even newborns, and can be used when patient is sleeping. Smart features include audible tone, auto off, last-reading memory, dual scale, and water resistance. Measures heat flow from the temporal artery to the skin, converting to body temperature in seconds. Reduces the risk of cross contamination yet needs no probe covers.

Non-invasive temperature measurement delivers clinically accurate readings in about 6 seconds, ideal for home, hospital, clinic, or physician office
Patented conductive technology, meets accuracy requirements for intermittent thermometers under ASTM E1112
Reduces risk of cross contamination and avoids the need for costly probe covers
Audible tone when measurement is complete, auto-off function conserves battery life
Last-reading memory, dual scale (F/C), water resistant
Compact design: measures just 4.7″ x 1.17″ x 1″ and weighs 1.3 oz, including batteries
Uses 2 AAA batteries, included
Temperature range 95°F to 107.6°F +/- .2°F (35°C to 42°C +/- .1°C)

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