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
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.
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
35.0 ﾟ C 42.9 ﾟ C
0.1 ﾟ C
10ﾟ C ~ 40 ﾟ C
DC3.0V (2 x AA batteries)
1.2M drop test (carton)
Sustain 200ORPM/60MIN test
Pass High (45ﾟ C) /Low ( 20 ﾟ C) temperature cycling test