Urovo CARE4U Conctactless Infrared Thermometer (SAHPRA APPROVED)

Urovo CARE4U Conctactless Infrared Thermometer (SAHPRA APPROVED)

Urovo Care4U non-contact infrared thermometer uses infrared technology to measure body temperature. You can quickly and accurately measure the temperature of a person just by holding the detection window centimetres away from the forehead



  • Short reading time
  • Tri-Color Backlight
  • High temperature warning
  • Non-Contact
  • Measurement method: Infrared
  • Measurement Distance: 2~5cm
  • Temperature measurement range: 32~42
  • Sound: Buzzer, 30dB
  • Temperature measurement accuracy: ±0.2゚ C
  • Sahpra License – 00001542MD


Urovo Care4U Contactless Infrared Thermometer

Care4U contactless infrared thermometer is a measuring device used to measure human body temperature through infrared receiving principle.


  • You can scan BODY or OBJECT.
  • Scan both Fahrenheit & Celsius modes.
  • Red Light fever alarm.
  • Sound notifications.
  • High-Precision MEMS infrared sensor for more accurate measurement.
  • Environment/Forehead temperature dynamic compensation.
  • Voice Prompt Function.
  • Two-color backlight, Red light highlights when the temperature exceeds the alert value.
  • Auto Power off Function.


What’s the average person’s body temperature?

  • You may have heard that the “normal” body temperature is 98.6°F (37°C). This number is only an average. Your body temperature may be slightly higher or lower.
  • A body temperature reading that’s above or below the average doesn’t automatically mean you’re sick. A number of factors can influence your body temperature, including your age, sex, time of day, and activity level.

Is this temperature the same for all ages?

  • Your body’s ability to regulate temperature changes as you get older.
  • In general, older people have more difficulty. conserving heat. They’re also more likely to have lower body temperatures.

The average body temperatures based on age are estimated as:

  • Babies and children. In babies and children, the average body temperature ranges from 97.9°F (36.6°C) to 99°F (37.2°C).
  • Adults. Among adults, the average body temperature ranges from 97°F (36.1°C) to 99°F (37.2°C).
  • Adults over age 65. In older adults, the average body temperature is lower than 98.6°F (36.2°C).
  • Keep in mind that normal body temperature varies from person to person. Your body temperature might be up to 1°F (0.6°C) higher or lower than the guidelines above. Identifying your own normal range can make it easier to know when you have a fever.

What are the symptoms of a fever?

A higher-than-normal thermometer reading can be a sign of a fever. Among babies, children, and adults, the following thermometer readings are generally a sign of a fever:

  • rectal or ear readings: 100.4°F (38°C) or higher
  • mouth readings: 100°F (37.8°C) or higher
  • armpit readings: 99°F (37.2°C) or higher



Temperature Spec

  • Tolerance:
    ±0.2゚ C
  • Time:
    0.5 Sec.
  • Distance:
    3.0 5.0cm
  • Coverage:
    35.0 ゚ C 42.9 ゚ C
  • Power:
  • Accuracy:
    0.1 ゚ C

Working Environment

  • Temperature:
    10゚ C ~ 40 ゚ C
  • Humidity:
  • Power:
    DC3.0V (2 x AA batteries)
  • Drop resistance:
    1.2M drop test (carton)
  • Vibrate resistance:
    Sustain 200ORPM/60MIN test
  • Thermal shock:
    Pass High (45゚ C) /Low ( 20 ゚ C) temperature cycling test

Basic Spec.

  • Storage temp.:
    -20 ゚ C ~ +50 ゚ C ﹐ <80 RH
  • Timed shutdown:
    15 seconds
  • Weight:
    136.3 gram
  • Dimension:


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