7.Safe, fast and professional accuracy
8.Delivers reading in 60 seconds
9.3-in-1 Functions: Takes oral, rectal, and underarm temperatures
10.LCD display; easy reading
11.Memory recall for last reading
12.Automatic shut-off to help extend battery life
13.Include storage case for kids thermometer
14.Certificate: ISO 13485, RoHS, CE 1023
How to take your temperature
1. Press ON/OFF button to activate. The kids thermometer would beep and display. This LCD display test will go on for around 2 seconds.
If you press ON/OFF button for more than 2 seconds, the temperature taken last time would be displayed with a ''M'' mark in the right corner.
2. Then, 98.2°F (or 37.0°c) will appear.
3. When L and flashing °F ( °c ) displays, the thermometer is ready for temperature measuring. But if the room temperature is higher than 89.6 °F (32.0 °c ), the room temperature would be displayed instead of L .
4. The beep will sound when temperature measuring is complete.
5. Press ON/OFF button to turn off the unit.
(The unit will automatically power off after approximately ten minutes after use.)
Taking an oral temperature
Place the probe tip under the tongue as near as possible to the heat pocket.
The kids thermometer approximate measuring time: 1 minute.
Taking an axillary temperature (under the arm)
Wipe the underarm with a dry towel and place the probe tip under the arm so the tip is touching the skin with the thermometer perpendicular to the body. Position the arm across the chest so the probe tip is well covered by the arm.
Approximate measuring time: 2-3 minutes.
Note: Axillary temperatures are generally 1.0 °F /0.5 °c lower than oral readings.
Use kids thermomter to taking a rectal temperature
Apply a water-soluble lubricant to the probe cover. Gently insert the probe (MAXIMUM 1/2'') into the rectum.
Approximate measuring time: 1 minute.
Note: Rectal temperatures are generally 1.0 °F / 0.5 °c higher than oral readings
The kids thermometer should only be used under the supervision of an adult.
Do not walk, run or talk during temperature taking.
Store the unit in the protective case when not in use.
Do not store the unit where it will be exposed to direct sunlight, dust or humidity. Avoid extreme temperatures.
Dropping or subjecting your thermometer to strong shocks should be avoided.
Do not attempt to disassemble the unit, except to replace the battery.