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Extech IR Forehead Thermometer

Ideal for Quickly Detecting Elevated Skin Temperature

The IR200 is ideal for quickly screening individuals for elevated skin temperature. This infrared thermometer has a non-contact design that eliminates the need for replacement probe covers and other supplies. The IR200 is accurate to 0.5°F (0.3°C) with 0.1°F/°C resolution when measuring skin temperatures between 89.6°F to 108.5°F (32.0°C to 42.5°C). 

Features

  • Measures skin temperature from 89.6 to 108.5°F (32.0 to 42.5°C) without contact
  • Accurate to 0.5°F (0.3°C) with 0.1°F/°C resolution; fast response (0.5 seconds)
  • Optimum measurement distance of 1.9 to 5.9 in (5 to 15 cm)
  • Non-contact design eliminates need for replacement supplies
  • Adjustable alarm alerts user visually and audibly when temperature exceeds programmed limit
  • Memory stores up to 32 readings for easy recall
  • Large backlit LCD display
  • Complete with 2 AA batteries and pouch

Note: This thermometer is intended for screening individuals or monitoring an individual for potential elevated skin temperatures. It is not a substitute for a clinical thermometer. Always use a clinical thermometer when high accuracy body temperature measurements are required.

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