Thermometer Spec:

  • 1. Power : DC3V (AA*2)

  • 2. Measuring Distance: 3cm to 5cm

  • 3. Measuring Range:

    • Body temp: 89.6°F – 107.6°F
    • Surface temp: 41.0°F – 176.0°F
  • 4. Non-contact Thermometer

**We make no product warranty or fitness for a particular purpose or reuse. User must undertake its own testing and evaluation to determine if the product is suitable for your own application. User to make your own determination whether to discard after usage or disinfect and reuse after each usage.

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Thermometer Types

  • Infrared Non-contact Thermometer

  • Infrared Thermometer


Can an infrared thermometer measure air temperature?

No, an infrared thermometer can only measure objects or targets that are opaque. However, room temperature or air temperature can be monitored indirectly by measuring the surface temperature of an object in thermal equilibrium with the surrounding air, such as leaves on a tree outside or furniture upholstery indoors.

How does an infrared thermometer work?

A non-contact infrared thermometer measures thermal radiation emanating from a surface. The thermal energy detected is converted into a surface temperature reading.

Not Transparent to Glass and Other Substances

Thermometer guns can’t read temperatures through the glass and other transparent materials. Instead, they make the surface temperature of the barrier instead of the target.

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