Infrared Dual-Mode Thermometer JPD-FR408 - เครื่องวัดไข้ อินฟราเรด วัดไข้ทางหู - หน้าฝาก
Infrared Thermometer JPD-FR408 measures body temperature based on the infrared energy emitted from the eardrum or forehead. Users can quickly get measurement results after properly positioning the temperature probe in the ear canal or forehead.
The thermometer consists of a shell, an LCD, a measure button, a beeper, an infrared temperature sensor, and an Microprocessor.
3) Operating principle
The infrared temperature sensor collects infrared energy emitted from the eardrum or skin surface. After being focused by a lens, the energy is converted into a temperature reading by the thermopiles and measurement circuits.
4) Intended use
The thermometer takes human body temperature via the eardrum or forehead for clinical or household use.
Do not use the thermometer if the ear is infected with otitis media or suppuration.
Features of infrared thermometer JPD-408
01 Good safety
Passive infrared receiving technology.
02 Easy operation
One button measurement
03 Quick measurement
04 High accuracy
Advanced infrared temperature sensor, with high sensitivity
High accuracy with automatic temperature calibration
05 Diverse functions
20 readings stored in the memory
Switching between ºC and ºF
Automatic power-off, saving power
06 Extensive application scope
Forehead temperature measurement applicable to all age groups.
Ear temperature measurement applicable to children older than three months, adults, and the elderly.
Product structure of infrared thermometer JPD-408
(1) Power button / Measure button
(2) LCD display screen
(3) Probe cover(put the cover on when measuring forehead temperature)
(4) Memory button / Unit switch button
(5) Probe (take off the cover when measuring the ear temperature)
(6) Battery cover
(7) Mode button(Forehead / Ear / Object)
(8) Sound switch
Display description of infrared thermometer JPD-408
1. Object temperature mode
2. Forehead temperature mode
3. Ear temperature mode
4. Low battery
5. Mute / un-mute
6. Degrees Fahrenheit / degrees Celsius
7. Memory recall
8. Temperature value