Beurer JFT 60 Scan Thermometer Instruction Manual

Beurer JFT 60 Scan Thermometer

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

3 in 1 Forehead thermometer

3 in 1 Forehead thermometer
Model:JFT 60

Dear customer,
We are happy that you have decided on a product from our range. Our name stands for high-quality and exhaustively tested products from the areas of warmth, gentle therapy, blood pressure, body temperature, weight, massage and air.
Please read these instructions for use carefully and follow the directions.
Yours faithfully,
The Beurer Team

1.Important notes

  • This device is a sensitive electronic device. Please treat it carefully and do not expose it to any mechanical impacts.
  • Do not expose the thermometer to direct sunlight.
  • The device should be in the room in which the measurement is made for at least 30 minutes before use.
  • The thermometer is NOT waterproof. For this reason, direct contact with water or other liquids should be avoided.
  • Clean the measuring tip after each use with a soft cloth moistened with disinfectant.
  • Check before each use that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact the dealer or service address.
  • The thermometer was constructed for practical use but cannot replace a visit to the doctor.
  • Children should not use the thermometer without supervision.
  • This device is not intended for commercial or clinical use.
  • The device is intended only for the purpose given in these directions for use.
  • Repairs must be carried out only by authorised service agents. Otherwise the guarantee becomes void.
  • This device complies with EU Directive 93/42/EEC.
  • This device complies with ASTM E 1965-98.
  • This unit is in line with European Standard EN60601-1-2 and is subject to particular precautions with regard to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Please note that portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this unit. For more details, please contact customer service at the address indicated.
  • If you have further questions about using our devices, please contact your dealer or Customer Service.
  • Please read these instructions for use carefully and keep them for later use, be sure to make them accessible to other users and observe the information they contain.

2. What you should know about using this thermometer
Before using a forehead thermometer, an ear thermometer or a conventional rod thermometer, the following should be noted: The different thermometers listed above are suitable for measuring body temperature in different parts of the body: forehead thermometer: measurement only on the forehead, ear thermometer: measurement only in the ear, rod thermometer: rectal (in the back passage), axillary (under the arm) or oral measurement (in the mouth). The temperature varies depending on the part of the body where the measurement is taken. The difference in healthy persons between different parts of the body can be between 0.2 – 1°C. The approximate normal temperature ranges are as follows:

  • forehead temperature – measured with a forehead thermometer: 35.8 °C to 37.6 °C.
  • Ear temperature, measured with an ear thermometer: 36.0 °C to 37.8 °C.
  • Rectal temperature, measured with a conventional thermometer: 36.3 °C to 37.8 °C.
  • orally measured temperature – measured with a conventional thermometer: 36.0 °C to 37.4 °C.

Beurer-Tip:
Temperatures measured with different thermometers cannot be compared with one another. You should therefore tell your doctor or bear in mind if you are diagnosing yourself what thermometer you used to take your temperature and in what part of the body.

The temperature of a healthy person is also influenced by the following factors:

  • The person’s individual metabolism.
  • Age (body temperature is higher in babies and small children and falls with increasing age. Greater temperature fluctuations occur faster and more often in children).
  • Clothing.
  • The outside temperature.
  • The time of day (body temperature is lower in the morning and increases during the day towards evening).
  • Preceding physical and, to a lesser extent, mental activity.

3. Description of device

Front side
Rear side

4. Functions
This infrared thermometer is for measuring
– temperature at a person’s forehead,
– surface temperature of objects and liquids,
– ambient temperatures.
The thermometer also offers additional functionalities:
– 9 memory locations for simple plotting of changes in temperature,
– date and time, also with all stored temperatures measured,
– Optical and acoustic fever alarm at temperatures over 37.5 °C,
– switchable to °C and °F.

5. Operation
Remove the protective cap and switch on the thermometer with the “ ” button. After a short self-test and two short beep tones, the thermometer is ready for forehead temperature measurement.

Operation

5.1 Setting time and date
With the thermometer switched on, hold the “POWER” button depressed for 5 seconds. As soon as the “SET” symbol appears in the display, you can use the “SCAN” button to set in turn the 12 or 24 hour mode, hour, minute, year, month and day (‚24‘ appears in the display for the 24-hour mode). Confi rm the values set in each case with the “ POWER ” button.

5.2 Batteries
The Type 3V CR2032 battery is already fi tted and depending on usage has a life of around 3000 measurements. When the battery gets weak, the battery warning symbol appears . It is still possible to measure the temperature. Battery must be replaced. When the battery symbol fl ashes , the battery must be exchanged by sliding the battery compartment cover off to the rear. Switch off the device, press the batttery compartment lock with a sharp object and slide the battery compartment cover downwards at the same time. Insert a new battery of the same type with the positive pole at the top. Close the battery compartment cover again.

Batteries

Used batteries should not go into domestic refuse. You are legally obliged to dispose of the batteries correctly. Dispose of them through your electrical dealer or local recycling centre.
Note: you will fi nd these symbols on batteries containing toxic substances: Pb = battery contains lead, Cd = battery contains cadmium, Hg = battery contains mercury. The battery in this device does not contain toxic substances.

dispose

6. During use
Always ensure that the sensor is clean and undamaged. Switch on the thermometer with the “POWER ” button.

6.1 Forehead measurement
After a short self-test and two short beeps, the thermometer is ready for measuring the temperature at the forehead/temple. The infrared thermometer is in ‘Forehead thermometer’ mode. This is indicated by the symbol FORHEAD.
Note that

– the thermometer must have been at least 30 minutes in the room in which the measurement is made,
– the measuring result may be falsifi ed by physical activity, fundamentally increased sweat formation on the forehead, consumption of vasoconstrictive medications and skin irritations,
– the forehead or temple must be free of sweat and cosmetics.

Apply the thermometer to the left or right temple and press the “SCAN” button. Move the thermometer to and over the temple. During the measurement you can hear short beeps signalling that the thermometer has found a new maximum temperature. The end of the measuring time is signalled with a long beep. Release the “SCAN” button. You can now read off the temperature measured. The LED is also illuminated according to the test result: a green LED indicates that body temperature is within the normal range, but a red LED lights up with measured values over 37.5 °C, i.e. it is a fever alarm. The measurement normally takes from 5 to 8 seconds, but can take up to 30 seconds.
The thermometer signals with two short beeps and a no longer flashing forehead symbol that the thermometer is ready for a new measurement.

Forehead measurement

6.2 Saving the temperatures measured
The temperature last measured, i.e. only the last temperature of a series measured, is saved automatically as soon as the thermometer is switched off. There are 9 memory locations available for this.
You can call up the last temperature measured with the “POWER ” button. The date and time are also shown. The LED does not support any requests for stored measured values. If you continue to hold down the “ POWER ” , you will enter a special measuring mode, in which the thermometer will not make a correct measurement. In this event, allow the thermometer to switch off automatically after about 1 minute and then switch it on again.

6.3 Surface temperatures
When you want to measure surface temperatures with this infrared thermometer, you must change to the “SCAN” mode.
With the thermometer switched on (standard forehead thermometer mode) keep the “ SCAN” button depressed and at the same time press the “SCAN” button. This mode is indicated with the symbol. If you keep the “SCAN” button depressed, the surface temperature measured is continuously displayed. You can apply the sensor tip directly to the surface to be measured or measure at close range (do not immerse in liquids).
Note that the temperature displayed is the surface temperature measured but not adjusted. It cannot be compared with the forehead temperature.

6.4 Ambient temperature
After the measurement, the thermometer automatically switches to standby mode after about 1 minute, but only if the time has been set. This mode is identified by the symbol and the ambient temperature is shown continuously.
If you want to use the thermometer to measure the ambient temperature, it should be positioned so that the measurement is not influenced by solar radiation or other influences such as cold draughts from air-conditioning systems. In addition to the ambient temperature, which is updated once every minute, the date and time are displayed alternately.

6.5 Changing the temperature unit
You can display the temperature in degrees Celsius (°C) or degrees Fahrenheit (°F). With the thermometer switched off or in standby mode, select the unit by holding down the “SCAN” button and at the same time pressing the “POWER ” button. Keep the two buttons depressed until the temperature unit changes. All stored temperatures are displayed in the new temperature unit.

7. Trouble shooting

Trouble shooting

8. Cleaning, storage, disposal
Clean the sensor tip after every use. Use a clean cloth or cotton bud that can be moistened with disinfectant, alcohol or warm water.

To clean the entire device, use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild soapy solution. Water must never get into the device. If water gets into the device, remove the battery immediately. Only use the device again when it is completely dry.
Do not use any harsh cleaning agents.
Never immerse the device in water.
Always store the thermometer with the cap on in order to protect the sensor.
The device must not be stored or used at too high or low a temperature or humidity (see technical specifications), in sunlight, in association with an electrical current or in dusty locations. Otherwise, inaccuracies can occur.
If prolonged storage is intended, you should remove the battery.
The device must be tested for accuracy (calibrated) after 3 years. Please send the complete device to the dealer’s or service address.
Please dispose of the device in accordance with the directive 2002/96/EG – WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). If you have any queries, please refer to the local authorities responsible for waste disposal.

9. Technical data
Note: When the device is used outside the specifications, perfect functioning cannot be guaranteed. We reserve the right to make technical changes to improve and develop the product.

Technical data

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Beurer FHT 6 / FT 45 Thermometer Instruction Manual

Beurer FHT 6 or FT 45

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Forehead contact thermometer
Model: FT 45

Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing one of our products. Our name stands for high-quality, thoroughly tested products for applications in the areas of heat, gentle therapy, blood pressure/ diagnosis, weight, massage and air.
Please read these instructions for use carefully and observe
the information they contain.
With kind regards
Your Beurer team

  1. Safety notes
  • Only use the device once you have read and understood these instructions for use.
  • Retain these instructions for use. The instructions for use must be accessible to all users. All instructions must be followed.
  • The device is only intended for the purpose stated in these instructions for use.
  • Children must not be allowed to use the device. Medical products are not toys.
  • Do not use the device if it is damaged or if error messages appear in the display.
  • The device has been designed for practical use, but is not a substitute for a visit to the doctor.
  • This device is not intended for commercial or clinical use.
  • The FT45 thermometer is only designed for the measuring area on the human body stated in the instructions for use.
  • Should you have any questions about using the device, please contact either your retailer or Customer Services.
  • Do not open the device, except to replace the batteries.
  • Clean the device after every use. Cleaning the device 8. Cleaning and maintenance.

1.2 Risks to the device.

  • Do not subject the device to mechanical impacts.
  • Do not expose the device to direct sunlight.
  • Do not expose the device to liquids. The device is not waterproof. Avoid all direct contact with water or other liquids.
  • Have the device repaired by authorized service centers only, otherwise its warranty is invalidated.
  • Portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this device. For more details, please contact Customer Services at the address indicated.

1.3 Usage instructions

  • Measure the temperature exclusively at the temple artery between the end of the eyebrow and the hairline.
  • Use the thermometer only on dry, clean skin; wipe away any perspiration with a dry cloth.
  • Keep hair away from the measuring area, and use only on bare skin.
  • Do not use on scars, irritated skin, open wounds or grazes.
  • Do not use if the skin has been warmed or cooled by sunlight, open fires, the flow of air from air-conditioning systems or cold/warm compresses.
  • Wait at least 1 minute between 2 successive measurements so that the device can adjust back to room temperature.
  • If the device is stored outside the operating temperature (see Technical data), it must be allowed to adjust to room temperature before the measurement is taken. We therefore recommend storing the device in living spaces to ensure immediate operational readiness.

2. Information about this thermometer

The temperature measurement varies depending on the part of the body where the measurement is taken. In a healthy person, the variance can be between 0.4°F – 1.8°F (0,2 °C – 1 °C) in different parts of the body.

Normal temperature range with various thermometers

 Normal temperature range with various thermometers

Beurer tip
• Temperatures measured with different thermometers should never be compared with one another.
• Tell your doctor what type of thermometer you used to take your temperature and in what part of the body. Also bear this in mind if you are diagnosing yourself.

Influences on body temperature
• A person’s individual metabolism
• Age
Body temperature is higher in babies and toddlers than in adults. Greater temperature fluctuations occur faster and more often in children. Normal body temperature decreases with age.
• Clothing
• Ambient temperature

• Time of day
Body temperature is lower in the morning and increases throughout the day towards evening.
• Activities
Physical and, to a lesser extent, mental activities increase body temperature.

Beurer tip
Taking the body temperature provides a current measurement of a person’s temperature. If you are uncertain about interpreting the results or if the values are abnormal (e.g. fever), please consult your doctor. This also applies in the case of slight temperature changes if there are other symptoms of illness such as agitation, severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse, etc.

3. Unit description

Unit description

1. Measuring sensor
2. Display
3. On/Off button
4. Battery compartment (rear)

4. Measuring temperature
The batteries are already inserted in new devices. Before first use, remove the protruding plastic insulating strip from the battery compartment.

Measuring temperature

If the device switches off automatically, no readjustment
is performed.

5. Setting the measurement unit
The thermometer can display the temperature in both degrees Celsius (°C) and degrees Fahrenheit (°F). To switch between these measurement units, proceed as follows with the device switched off :
Press and hold the On/Off button until the device switches from °C to °F or vice versa.

6. Error messages

Error messages

7. Batteries
The device requires two AAA (LR03) batteries.

  • Open the battery compartment. For this purpose,slide down the battery compartment lid on the back.
  • Take the used batteries out of the battery compartment.
  • Insert new batteries. Make sure that the batteries are inserted the right way round.
  • Close the battery compartment. The battery compartment lid must engage audibly.
  • Remove the batteries from the device if you do not intend to use it for longer periods, so that the thermometer cannot be damaged by leaking batteries.
Batteries

Used batteries should not be disposed of in normal household waste. You are legally required to dispose of the batteries. Dispose of them via your electronics retailer or your local recycling point.
Notes: The codes below are printed on batteries containing harmful substances:
Pb = Battery contains lead, Cd = Battery contains cadmium, Hg = Battery contains mercury. The batteries in this device do not contain any pollutants.

disposed

8. Cleaning and maintenance
Clean the measuring head and the sensor with an alcohol swab (available from pharmacies) or with a cotton cloth soaked in 70 % isopropyl alcohol. Make sure that no liquid penetrates into the interior of the
thermometer. Clean the housing with a dry cloth. Do not use any abrasive cleaning agents, thinners or benzene, and never immerse the device in water or other cleaning liquids.

After cleaning, please wait 2 minutes before taking a measurement, so that the thermometer can adjust back to room temperature.

9. Storing the device
The device must not be stored or used at an excessively high or low temperature or humidity (see technical specifications), in sunlight, in association with an electrical current or in dusty locations. Otherwise inaccuracies can occur. If prolonged storage is planned, you should remove the batteries.
The device must be tested for accuracy (calibrated) after 3 years. For this, please send the complete device to the retailer’s or the service address.

10. Disposing of the device
Dispose of the device in accordance with EC Directive 2002/96/EC – WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment).
If you have any questions, please contact the local authorities responsible for waste disposal.

11. Technical data
If the device is used other than in accordance with the specifications, perfect functioning cannot be guaranteed! The accuracy of this thermometer has been carefully checked and developed with regard to a long useful life. If using the device for commercial medical purposes, it must be regularly tested for accuracy by appropriate means. Precise instructions for checking accuracy may be requested from the service address. We reserve the right to make technical changes to improve and develop the product.

Technical data

12. Guidelines
This device complies with the EU Directive 93/42/EC concerning medical devices, the Medizinproduktegesetz (German Medical Devices Act), the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) E 1112 – 00 and the European Standard EN 12470-3: Clinical thermometers – Part 3: Performance of compact electrical thermometers (non-predictive and predictive) with maximum device and the European Standard EN60601-1-2, and is subject to particular precautions with regard to electromagnetic compatibility. Please note that portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this unit. More details can be requested from the stated Customer Service address or found at the end of the instructions for use.

13. Included in delivery
• Thermometer
• 2 x AAA (LR03) batteries
• Instructions for use

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Beurer FT 55 Thermometer Instruction Manual

Beurer FT 55 Thermometer

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Beurer FT 55 Thermometer

Beurer 3 in 1 Ear Thermometer
Model: FT 55

Dear customer,
We are happy that you have decided on a product from our range. Our name stands for high-quality and exhaustively tested products from the areas of warmth, gentle therapy, blood pressure, body temperature, weight, massage and air. Please read these instructions for use carefully and follow the directions.
Yours faithfully,
The Beurer Team

1.Important notes

  • This device is a sensitive electronic device. Please treat it carefully and do not expose it to any mechanical impacts.
  • Do not expose the thermometer to direct sunlight.
  • The device should be in the room in which the measurement is made for at least 30 minutes before use.
  • The thermometer is NOT waterproof. For this reason, direct contact with water or other liquids should be avoided.
  • Clean the measuring tip after each use with a soft cloth moistened with disinfectant.
  • Check before each use that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact the dealer or service address.
  • The FT55 thermometer is only designed for the measuring area on the human body stated in the instructions for use.
  • – The thermometer was constructed for practical use but cannot replace a visit to the doctor.
  • This device is not intended for commercial or clinical use.
  • The device is intended only for the purpose given in these directions for use.
  • Repairs must be carried out only by authorised service agents. Otherwise the guarantee becomes void.
  • There are people in whom different measurement results are obtained in the left and right ear. In order to record temperature changes, always measure in the same ear in the same person.
  • If you have been lying on one ear for some time, the temperature is slightly raised. Wait a little while or measure in the other ear.
  • As ear wax can affect the measurement, you should clean the ear before measuring if necessary.
  • The ear thermometer may be used by children only under adult supervision. Measurement is usually possible over the age of 6 months.In infants under 6 months, the ear passage is still very narrow so that the temperature of the eardrum can often not be recorded and the measurement result displayed is too low.
  • The measurement must not be taken in an ear affected by inflammatory diseases (e.g. discharging pus or secretion), after possible ear injuries (e.g. eardrum damage) or in the healing period after operative procedures. In all of these cases, please talk to your doctor.
  • This device meets the requirements of the EU Directive 93/42/EC concerning medical devices, as well as those of the Medizinproduktegesetz (German Medical Devices Act), the European Standard EN 12470-5: Clinical thermometers
  • Part 5: Performance for infrared ear thermometers (with maximum device) and the European Standard EN60601-1-2, and is subject to particular precautions with regard to electromagnetic compatibility. More details can be requested from the stated Customer Service address or found at the end of the instructions for use.
  • If you have further questions about using our devices, please contact your dealer or Customer Service.
  • Please read these instructions for use carefully and keep them for later use, be sure to make them accessible to other users and observe the information they contain.

2. What you should know about using this thermometer
Before using a forehead thermometer, an ear thermometer or a conventional
rod thermometer, the following should be noted: The different thermometers listed above are suitable for measuring body temperature in different parts of the body: forehead thermometer: measurement only on the forehead, ear thermometer: measurement only in the ear, rod thermometer:
rectal (in the back passage), axillary (under the arm) or oral measurement (in the mouth). The temperature varies depending on the part of the body where the measurement is taken. The difference in healthy persons between different parts of the body can be between 0.2–1 °C. The approximate normal temperature ranges are as follows:

  • forehead temperature – measured with a forehead thermometer: 35.8 °C to 37.6 °C.
  • Ear temperature, measured with an ear thermometer: 36.0 °C to 37.8 °C.
  • Rectal temperature, measured with a conventional thermometer: 36.3 °C to 37.8 °C.
  • orally measured temperature – measured with a conventional thermometer: 36.0 °C to 37.4 °C.

Beurer-Tip:
Temperatures measured with different thermometers cannot be compared with one another.
You should therefore tell your doctor or bear in mind if you are diagnosing yourself what thermometer you used to take your temperature and in what part of the body.

The temperature of a healthy person is also influenced by the following
factors:

  • The person’s individual metabolism.
  • Age (body temperature is higher in babies and small children and falls with increasing age. Greater temperature fluctuations occur faster and more often in children).
  • Clothing.
  • The outside temperature.
  • The time of day (body temperature is lower in the morning and increases during the day towards evening).
  • Preceding physical and, to a lesser extent, mental activity.

Beurer-Tip:
Taking the temperature gives a measurement that provides information about a person’s current body temperature. If you are uncertain about interpreting the results or if the result is abnormal (e.g. fever), you should consult your doctor. This also applies in the case of slight temperature changes if there are other symptoms of illness such as agitation, severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse etc.

3. Description of device

Front side
Rear side

4. Functions
This infrared thermometer measures the
– Temperature in the human ear,
– surface temperature of objects and liquids,
– ambient temperatures.
The thermometer also offers additional functionalities:
– 9 memory locations for simple plotting of changes in temperature,
– date and time, also with all stored temperatures measured,
– Optical and acoustic fever alarm at temperatures over 37.5 °C,
– switchable to °C and °F.

5. Operation
This thermometer is designed for use in the ear (ear passage / eardrum) usually for persons aged over 6 months. In children under 6 months, the ear passage is still very narrow so that the temperature of the eardrum can often not be recorded and and the measurement result displayed is too low. Before taking the temperature, remove the protective cap and ensure that the sensor tip and also the ear passage are clean. If there are signs of acute inflammation (discharge of pus or secretion, pain), in the case of injuries or directly after operations on the ear, the non-affected side should be chosen. Otherwise, the measurement result can be incorrect.
Use of the thermometer in different persons can be inappropriate in certain acute infectious diseases because of the possible spread of germs despite cleaning and disinfection. Discuss this with your doctor in the individual case. It must only be used without disposable covers. There is a battery in it already so that it can be used immediately when operated for the first time. Switch on the thermometer with the “ ” button. After a brief self-test and two short beeps, the thermometer is ready to measure the temperature in your ear.

Operation

5.1 Setting time and date
With the thermometer switched on, hold the “ ” button depressed for 5 seconds. As soon as the “SET” symbol appears in the display, you can use the “SCAN” button to set in turn the 12 or 24 hour mode, hour, minute, year, month and day (‚24‘ appears in the display for the 24-hour mode). Confirm the values set in each case with the “ POWER ” button.

5.2 Batteries
The Type 3V CR2032 battery is already fi tted and depending on usage has a life of around 3000 measurements. When the battery gets weak, the battery warning symbol appears . It is still possible to measure the temperature. Battery must be replaced. When the battery symbol fl ashes , the battery must be exchanged by sliding the battery compartment cover off to the rear. Switch off the device, press the batttery compartment lock with a sharp object and slide the battery compartment cover downwards at the same time.
Insert a new battery of the same type with the positive pole at the top. Close the battery compartment cover again. Used batteries should not go into domestic refuse. You are legally obliged to dispose of the batteries correctly. Dispose of them through your electrical dealer or local recycling centre.
Note: you will fi nd these symbols on batteries containing toxic substances: Pb = battery contains lead, Cd = battery contains cadmium, Hg = battery contains mercury. The battery in this device does not contain toxic substances.

Batteries

6. During use
Always ensure that the sensor is clean and undamaged. Switch on the thermometer with the “ ” button.

6.1 Measuring in the ear
After a brief self-test and two short beeps, the thermometer is ready to measure the temperature in your ear. The infrared thermometer is in „ear thermometer“ mode. This is indicated by the symbol As the ear passage is slightly curved, you have to pull the ear slightly up and backwards before inserting the sensor tip. This is particularly important so that the sensor tip can be pointed directly at the eardrum. Insert the sensor tip carefully and press the “SCAN” button for 1 sec.
The end of the measuring time is signalled with a long beep. Release the “SCAN” button. You can now read off the temperature measured. The LED is also illuminated according to the test result: a green LED indicates that body temperature is within the normal range, but a red LED lights up with measured values over 37.5 °C, i.e. it is a fever alarm. The thermometer signals with two short beeps and the cessation of fl ashing of the ear symbol “ ” that the unit is ready to continue measurement.

Measuring in the ear

6.2 Saving the temperatures measured
The temperature last measured, i.e. only the last temperature of a series measured, is saved automatically as soon as the thermometer is switched off. There are 9 memory locations available for this. You can call up the last temperature measured with the “ POWER” button. The date and time are also shown. The LED does not support any requests for stored measured values. If you continue to hold down the “ POWER ”, you will enter a special measuring mode, in which the thermometer will not make a correct measurement. In this event, allow the thermometer to switch off automatically after about 1 minute and then switch it on again.

6.3 Surface temperatures
When you want to measure surface temperatures with this infrared thermometer, you must change to the “SCAN” mode. With the thermometer switched on (Ear thermometer mode) keep the “POWER ” button depressed and at the same time press the “SCAN” button. This mode is indicated with the symbol. If you keep the “SCAN” button depressed, the surface temperature measured is continuously displayed. You can apply the sensor tip directly to the surface to be measured or measure at close range (do not immerse in liquids). Note that the displayed temperature is the measured and not the adapted ear surface temperature. It is not the same as the ear temperature.

6.4 Ambient temperature
After the measurement, the thermometer automatically switches to standby mode after about 1 minute, but only if the time has been set. This mode is identified by the symbol and the ambient temperature is shown continuously. If you want to use the thermometer to measure the ambient temperature, it should be positioned so that the measurement is not influenced by solar radiation or other influences such as cold draughts from air-conditioning systems. In addition to the ambient temperature, which is updated once every minute, the date and time are displayed alternately.

6.5 Changing the temperature unit
You can display the temperature in degrees Celsius (°C) or degrees Fahrenheit (°F). With the thermometer switched off or in standby mode, select the unit by holding down the “SCAN” button and at the same time pressing the “POWER ” button. Keep the two buttons depressed until the temperature unit changes. All stored temperatures are displayed in the new temperature unit.

7. Trouble shooting

Trouble shooting

8. Cleaning, storage, disposal
Clean the sensor tip after every use. Use a clean cloth or cotton bud that can be moistened with disinfectant, alcohol or warm water. To clean the entire device, use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild soapy solution. Water must never get into the device. If water gets into the device, remove the battery immediately. Only use the device again when it is completely dry. Do not use any harsh cleaning agents. Never immerse the device in water.
Always store the thermometer with the cap on in order to protect the sensor.
The device must not be stored or used at too high or low a temperature or humidity (see 9. technical data), in sunlight, in association with an electrical current or in dusty locations. Otherwise, inaccuracies can occur. If prolonged storage is intended, you should remove the battery.
Please dispose of the device in accordance with the directive 2002/96/EG – WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). If you have any queries, please refer to the local authorities responsible for waste disposal.

9. Technical data
Note: When the device is used outside the specifications, perfect functioning cannot be guaranteed. We reserve the right to make technical changes to improve and develop the product.
The accuracy of this thermometer has been carefully checked and developed with regard to a long useful life. If using the device for commercial medical purposes, it must be regularly tested for accuracy by appropriate means. Precise instructions for checking accuracy may be requested from the service address.

Technical data

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Beurer FT 90 Thermometer Instruction Manual

Beurer-FT-90-Thermometer-1

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Beurer FT 90 Thermometer

Beurer Non-contact fever thermometer
Model:FT 90

Dear customer,
Thank you for choosing one of our products. Our name stands for high-quality, thoroughly tested products for applications in the areas of heat, gentle therapy, blood pressure/diagnosis, weight, massage and air.
Please read these instructions for use carefully and observe the information they contain.
With kind regards,
Your Beurer Team

Use
This clinical thermometer is intended for non-contact measurement of forehead, object and room temperature. The thermometer is suitable for domestic use. It allows you to quickly and easily measure body temperature Values are saved automatically.

  1. Safety notes

1.1 Risks to the user

  • Only use the device once you have read and understood these instructions for use.
  • Retain these instructions for use. The instructions for use must be accessible to all users.
  • All instructions must be followed.
  • The thermometer needs to be in the room in which the measurement is taken for at least 30 minutes before use.
  • The FT 90 thermometer is only designed for the measuring area on the human body stated in the instructions for use.
  • The device is only intended for the purpose stated in these instructions for use.
  • Children must not be allowed to use the device. Medical products are not toys.
  • Check before each use that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact your
  • retailer or the service address.
  • The device has been designed for practical use, but is not a substitute for a visit to the doctor.
  • Should you have any questions about using the device, please contact either your retailer or Customer Services.

1.2 Risks to the device

  • Do not subject the device to mechanical impacts.
  • Do not expose the device to direct sunlight.
  • Do not expose the device to liquids. The device is not waterproof. Avoid all direct contact with water or other liquids.
  • Have the device repaired by authorised service centres only, otherwise its warranty is invalidated.
  • Portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this device. More details can be requested from the stated Customer Service address or found at the end of the instructions for use.

1.3 Notes on handling batteries

  • If your skin or eyes come into contact with battery fluid, flush out the affected areas with water and seek medical assistance.
  • Choking hazard! Small children may swallow and choke on batteries. Store the batteries out of the reach of small children.
  • Observe the plus (+) and minus (-) polarity signs.
  • If a battery has leaked, put on protective gloves and clean the battery compartment with a dry cloth.
  • Protect the batteries from excessive heat.
  • Risk of explosion! Never throw batteries into a fire.
  • Do not charge or short-circuit batteries.
  • If the device is not to be used for a long period, take the batteries out of the battery compartment.
  • Use identical or equivalent battery types only .
  • Always replace all batteries at the same time.
  • Do not use rechargeable batteries.
  • Do not disassemble, split or crush the batteries.

2. Information about this thermometer
The temperature measurement varies depending on the part of the body where the measurement is taken. In a healthy person, the variance can be between 0.2 °C and 1 °C (0.4 °F and 1.8 °F) in different parts of the body.

Normal temperature range with various thermometers

Normal temperature range with various thermometers

Beurer tip
• Temperatures measured with different thermometers should never be compared
with one another.
• Tell your doctor what type of thermometer you used to take your temperature
and on what part of the body. Also bear this in mind if you are diagnosing yourself.

Holding the thermometer for too long in the hand before taking a measurement can
cause the device to warm up. This means the measurement could be incorrect.

Influences on body temperature

• A person’s individual metabolism
• Age
Body temperature is higher in babies and toddlers than in adults. Greater temperature fluctuations occur faster and more often in children. Normal body temperature decreases with age.
• Clothing
• Outside temperature
Time of day
Body temperature is lower in the morning and increases throughout the day towards evening.
Activities
Physical and, to a lesser extent, mental activities increase body temperature.

Beurer tip
Taking the body temperature provides a current measurement of a person’s temperature. If you are uncertain about interpreting the results or if the values are
abnormal (e.g. fever), please consult your doctor. This also applies in the case of
slight temperature changes if there are other symptoms of illness such as agitation,
severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse, etc.

3. Unit description

Unit description

1. Display
2. MODE/MEM button
3. On/Off button
4. LIGHT/SET button
5. SCAN button
6. Measuring sensor
7. Battery compartment lock
8. Battery compartment lid

Functions

3.1 Display description

Display description

1. Object temperature mode
2. Room temperature mode
3. Forehead temperature mode
4. Acoustic signal symbol
5. Year
6. Memory function
7. Date
8. Battery level
9. Temperature/memory space number display
10. Celsius/Fahrenheit measurement unit
11. Measurement ≥ 38.0°C (≥100.4°F) “fever”
12. Measurement < 38.0°C (<100.4°F) “no fever”
13. Illuminated display symbol
14. Year/date/time display

4. Initial use
If provided, pull out the battery insulating strip at the battery compartment or remove the protective film from the battery and insert the battery with the correct polarity.
9. Batteries
After a brief self-test and two short beeps the thermometer is ready for forehead measurement

5. Switching on and setting the thermometer
Briefly press the On/Off POWER button .
After a brief self-test and two short beeps the thermometer is ready for forehead measurement.
The device always starts up in forehead temperature mode .

5.1 Setting the basic functions
This menu allows you to set the following functions individually, one after another.

Setting the basic functions

• With the thermometer switched on, press and hold the LIGHT/SET button for 5 seconds. The time format option flashes on the display (fig. 1).
• Use the MODE/MEM button to set your preferred time format and confirm with the LIGHT/SET button.

Setting

The year flashes in the display (fig. 2).
• Use the MODE/MEM button to set the year and confirm with the LIGHT/SET button.
Day/month flashes in the display (fig. 3).
• Use the MODE/MEM button to set the day and month, and confirm with the LIGHT/SET button.

The year flashes

In the 24h format, the date is displayed as day/ month. In the 12h format, it is displayed as month/ day.

The time flashes in the display (fig. 4).
• Use the MODE/MEM button to set the time and confirm with the LIGHT/SET button.

MODE

In the 12h format, the time is displayed as AM/PM.

The temperature measurement unit flashes in the display (fig. 5).
You can set the device to display the temperature in degrees Celsius (°C) or degrees Fahrenheit (°F).

display

• To display the temperature in Celsius, select °C using the MODE/MEM button and confirm with the LIGHT/SET button.
• To display the temperature in Fahrenheit, select °F using the MODE/MEM button and confirm with the LIGHT/SET button.

The acoustic signal symbol flashes in the display (fig. 6). You can activate/deactivate the acoustic signals (device activation, measurement in progress, measurement completion).

acoustic

• To activate the acoustic signals, select using the MODE/MEM button and confirm with the LIGHT/ SET button.
• To deactivate the acoustic signals, select using the MODE/MEM button and confirm with the LIGHT/SET button.

The light symbol flashes in the display (fig. 7). You can activate or deactivate the automatic illuminated display (appears following forehead temperature measurement).

light symbol

• To activate the automatic illuminated display, select using the MODE/MEM button and confirm with the LIGHT/SET button.
• To deactivate the automatic illuminated display, select using the MODE/MEM button and confirm with the LIGHT/SET button.

You can also activate the illuminated display manually by briefly pressing the LIGHT/
SET button. The display lights up for 5 seconds.

The automatic and manual illuminated display cannot be used while measurement
is in progress.

6. Forehead measurement
Briefly press the On/Off button POWER.
After a brief self-test and two short beeps the device is ready for forehead temperature measurement. The device is in forehead temperature mode. This is indicated by the symbol.

Beurer tip
Remember that
• physical activity, increased perspiration on the forehead, taking vasoconstrictive
medication and skin irritations can distort the result,
• the forehead, or the temples, must be free from perspiration and cosmetics.

Hold the thermometer 2 to 3 cm from the measuring point. Press the SCAN button and move the thermometer from side to side over the forehead area (fig. 8).
During measurement you will hear short beeps (only if the acoustic signal is activated), which signal that the thermometer has found a new highest measurement.
End of measurement is signalled by a long beep.
Release the SCAN button.
You can now read the measured value.
In addition to the temperature, the fever or no fever symbols also appear in the display:
The no fever symbol indicates that the body temperature is within normal range; the
fever symbol indicates a measurement equal to or higher than 38°C (100.4°F), which
triggers a temperature alarm.
If the acoustic signal is switched on, three beeps will sound once the measurement is complete if the temperature is equal to or higher than 38°C (100.4 °F).
The measuring time is usually 2 seconds but may take up to 30 seconds.
When two short beeps sound and the forehead symbol stops flashing, the device is
ready to take another measurement.
The measurement is automatically saved with the date/time and the “fever” / “no fever” classification.

classification

6.1 Displaying saved measurements
The device only stores measurements in forehead temperature mode . The device automatically stores the values from the last 60 measurements. When 60 storage places are exceeded the oldest value is deleted.
The memory can be called up as follows:
• With the thermometer switched on, press and hold the MODE/MEM button for 5 seconds. The most recent measurement is displayed.
• With each subsequent pressing of the MODE/MEM button, first the storage space number is displayed followed by the measurement upon release.
• In the upper line, the time and date are displayed alternately.

7. Measuring object temperature / room temperature

Measuring

8. Error messages

Error messages

9. Batteries
The device requires two AAA (LR03) batteries.
• Open the battery compartment. Use a pointed object to press down on the battery compartment lock and at the same time slide the battery compartment downwards.

• Take the used batteries out of the battery compartment.
• Insert new batteries. Make sure that the batteries are inserted the right way round.
• Close the battery compartment.

Batteries

The empty, completely flat batteries must be disposed of through specially designated collection boxes, recycling points or electronics retailers. You are legally required to dispose of the batteries.
The codes below are printed on batteries containing harmful substances:
PB = Battery contains lead,
Cd = Battery contains cadmium,
Hg = Battery contains mercury.

10. Cleaning the device

• The measuring sensor is the most sensitive part of the thermometer. Take great
care of the measuring sensor when cleaning the device.
• Do not use any harsh cleaning products.
• Always observe all safety notes for user and device.
Safety notes w Page 21.

Clean the measuring sensor after each use. Use a clean cloth or cotton bud that can be
moistened with disinfectant or 70 % alcohol. To clean the entire device, please use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild soapy solution. Under no circumstances may liquid enter the device. Do not use the device again until it is completely dry.

11. Storing the device

The device must not be stored or used at an excessively high or low temperature or humidity (see technical specifications), in sunlight, in association with an electrical current or in dusty locations. Otherwise inaccuracies can occur. If prolonged storage is planned, you should remove the batteries.

12. Disposing of the device
For environmental reasons, do not dispose of the device in the household waste at
the end of its useful life. Dispose of the unit at a suitable local collection or recycling
point. Dispose of the device in accordance with EC Directive – WEEE (Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment). If you have any questions, please contact the local
authorities responsible for waste disposal.

13. Technical Data
If the device is used other than in accordance with the specifications, perfect functioning cannot be guaranteed! The accuracy of this thermometer has been carefully checked and developed with regard to a long useful life.
If using the device for commercial medical purposes, it must be regularly tested for accuracy by appropriate means. Precise instructions for checking accuracy may be requested from the service address. We reserve the right to make technical changes to improve and develop the product.

 Technical Data

14. Guidelines
This device complies with the EU Directive 93/42/EC concerning medical products, the Medizinproduktegesetz, the ASTM E 1965 – 98 and the European Standard EN60601-1-2 and is subject to particular precautions with regard to electromagnetic compatibility.

15. Included in delivery
• Clinical thermometers
• 2 x AAA (LR03) batteries
• Storage box
• Instructions for use

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Beurer FT 65 Thermometer Instruction Manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Beurer FT 65 Thermometer

Beurer Multinationals Thermometer
MODEL: FT 65

Dear customer,
Thank you for choosing one of our products. Our name stands for high-quality, thoroughly tested products for applications in the areas of heat, gentle therapy, blood pressure/diagnosis, weight, massage and air.
Please read these instructions for use carefully and observe the information they contain.
With kind regards,
Your Beurer team

Included in delivery

  • Thermometer
  • 2 x 1.5 V AAA batteries (LR03)
  • These instructions for use

Please read these instructions for use carefully and keep them for later use, be sure to make them accessible to other users and observe the information they contain.

1.Signs and symbols
The following symbols appear in these instructions for use and on the device:

Signs and symbols

2. Notes
Safety notes

Warning:
To measure temperature, insert the sensor tip of the thermometer carefully into the ear.
Use of the thermometer on different persons can be inappropriate in the event of certain acute infectious diseases because of the possible spread of germs despite cleaning and disinfection. If you have any doubts, please consult your doctor.

Notes on handling batteries

  • If your skin or eyes come into contact with battery fluid, flush out the affected areas with water and seek medical assistance.
  • Choking hazard! Small children may swallow and choke on batteries. Store the batteries out of the reach of small children.
  • Observe the plus (+) and minus (-) polarity signs.
  • If a battery has leaked, put on protective gloves and clean the battery compartment with a dry cloth.
  • Protect the batteries from excessive heat.
  • Risk of explosion! Never throw batteries into a fire.
  • Do not charge or short-circuit batteries.
  • If the device is not to be used for a long period, take the batteries out of the battery compartment.
  • Use identical or equivalent battery types only.
  • Always replace all batteries at the same time.
  • Do not use rechargeable batteries.
  • Do not disassemble, split or crush the batteries.

General notes

  • Please read these instructions for use carefully and keep them for later use, be sure to make them accessible to other users and observe the information they contain.
  • This thermometer is a sensitive electronic device. Handle it with care and do not subject it to any mechanical impacts.
  • Do not expose the device to direct sunlight.
  • Check before each use that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact your retailer or the service address.
  • The thermometer is NOT waterproof. For this reason, direct contact with water or other liquids should be avoided.
  • The FT 65 thermometer is only designed for the measuring area on the human body stated in the instructions for use.
  • The device is only intended for the purpose stated in these instructions for use.
  • After each use, clean the measuring tip with a soft cloth moistened with disinfectant.
  • The thermometer has been designed for practical use, but is not a substitute for a visit to the doctor.
  • Before each repair query, first check the batteries and replace them if necessary.
  • Repairs must only be carried out by authorised service centres, otherwise the guarantee is invalidated.
  • This device complies with the EU Directive 93/42/EC concerning medical products, the Medizinproduktegesetz (German Medical Devices Act), the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) E 1965 – 98 and the European Standard EN 12470-5: Clinical thermometers – Part 5: Requirements for infrared ear thermometers (with maximum device) ISO 80601-2-56 and the European Standard EN 60601-1-2, and is subject to particular precautions with regard to electromagnetic compatibility. Please note that portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this unit. More details can be requested from the stated Customer Service address or found at the end of the instructions for use.
  • If you should have any questions about using our devices, please contact either your retailer or customer services.

3. Unit description

Overview

Overview

1. Forehead/cover cap
2. Forehead thermometer mode button Stirn Forehead
3. Ear thermometer mode/on button Ear /Power Button
4. LED (red) (high temperature alarm)
5. LED (green)
6. LCD
7. Sensor tip with lens (cover cap removed)

Overview Rear Side

8. Memory button M
9. Set button S
10. Battery compartment lid

display

11. Date
12. Time
13. Measurement mode (“Ear”, “Forehead”, “Object”)
14. Battery warning symbol
15. Measurement display
16. “Memory” symbol and storage space number
17. “Measurement in progress” symbol
18. Unit of measurement (°C or °F)

4. Initial use
The batteries are already inserted in all new devices. Before first use, remove the protruding plastic insulating strip from the battery compartment. The thermometer will then switch on automatically.

5. Setting the device
Set the unit for the temperature display as well as the date and the time.

date and the time

Press the POWER button for 1 second to switch the thermometer on. The device performs a brief self test: all elements of the display are shown for approx. 1 second. Following a successful self test, the device emits two short beeps. In Standby mode, the date and time are shown and “ ” is displayed.

When the thermometer is used for the first time and each time the batteries are changed, the date and time are displayed (after the self test) in the basic setting (1-1 00:00 ). Now set the unit in which the temperature will be displayed, the date and the time. To set the device, proceed in stages: Unit – year – month – day – hours – minutes.

  • Press the S button for approx. three seconds in order to reach Set mode. The setting to be changed will flash each time.
  • Press the M button again to save the setting or
  • press the S button to change the setting.
  • Then press the M button to save the setting.

After this process, the thermometer shows the word OFF in the display and switches off automatically.

6. What you should know about using this thermometer
There are different thermometers for taking temperature measurements in different parts of the body:

  • Ear/forehead thermometer (this thermometer, for measuring in the ear or on the forehead area)
  • Rod thermometer (for rectal [in the back passage], axillary [under the arm] or oral measurement [in the mouth])

Taking the temperature gives a measurement that provides information about a person’s current body temperature. If you are uncertain about interpreting the results or if the value is abnormal, please consult your doctor. This also applies in the case of slight temperature changes if there are other symptoms of illness such as agitation, severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse, etc.

Temperatures measured with different thermometers cannot be compared with one another. You should therefore tell your doctor (or bear in mind if you are diagnosing yourself) what thermometer you used to take your temperature and in what part of the body.

The temperature of a healthy person is influenced by various factors: individual metabolic rate, which depends on the person, age (body temperature of infants and small children is higher and decreases as they age). Greater temperature fluctuations occur faster and more often in children, e.g. due to growth spurts), their clothing, the ambient temperature, the time of day (body temperature is lower in the morning and increases throughout the day towards evening), the preceding physical and, to a lesser extent, mental activity.

The temperature varies depending on the part of the body where the measurement is taken. The difference can be between 0.4 °F (0.2°C) and 1.8 °F (1°C) for a healthy person. The normal temperature ranges are as follows:

  • on the forehead: 96.4°F – 99.7°F (35.8°C – 37.6°C), with a forehead thermometer,
  • in the ear: 96.8°F – 100°F (36.0°C – 37.8°C), with an ear thermometer,
  • in the back passage: 97.3°F – 100°F (36.3°C – 37.8°C), with a conventional thermometer,
  • in the mouth: 96.8°F – 99.3°F (36.0°C – 37.4°C), with a conventional thermometer.

7. Measuring
Before each use, please check that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact your retailer or the service address. Bear in mind that the thermometer needs to have been in the room in which the measurement is taken for at least 30 minutes before use.

Measuring body temperature in the ear

  • Some people produce diff erent readings in their left and right ear. In order to record temperature changes, always measure a person’s temperature in the same ear.
  • The ear thermometer may be used by children only under adult supervision. Measurement is usually possible over the age of 6 months. In infants under 6 months, the ear canal is still very narrow so the temperature of the eardrum often cannot be recorded and the result displayed is often too low. • The measurement must not be taken in an ear affected by inflammatory diseases (e.g. discharging pus or secretion), after possible ear injuries (e.g. eardrum damage) or in the healing period after operative procedures. In all of these cases, please consult your doctor.
  • Use of the thermometer on different persons can be inappropriate in the event of certain acute infectious diseases because of the possible spread of germs despite cleaning and disinfection. If you have any doubts, please consult your doctor.
  • This thermometer may only be used without a disposable protective cover.
  • If you have been lying on one ear for some time, the temperature is slightly raised. Wait a little while or measure in the other ear.
  • As ear wax can affect the measurement, you should clean the ear before measuring if necessary.
  • Press the POWER button for 1 second to switch the thermometer on. Following a successful self test, the device emits two short beeps.
  • Remove the cap by gently pushing it up (1) and then pulling it off forwards (2).
Measuring body temperature in the ear

Make sure that the sensor tip and also the ear canal are clean. As the ear canal is slightly curved, you have to pull the ear slightly up and backwards before inserting the sensor tip. This is important so that the sensor tip can be pointed directly at the eardrum.

• Insert the sensor tip carefully and press the POWER button for 1 second.
• Release the POWER button. The end of the measuring time is signalled with a short beep and the measured value appears on the display.

ear canal

If the measured value is within the normal range (< 100.4°F/38°C), the green LED lights up for 3 seconds. If the measured value is higher (≥ 100.4°F/38°C, high temperature), the red LED is illuminated.

Measuring body temperature on the forehead

Please note that the forehead/temples must be free from sweat and cosmetics and that taking vasoconstrictive medication and skin irritations can distort the result when measuring temperature on the forehead.

  • Press the POWER button for 1 second to switch the thermometer on. Following a successful self test, the device emits two short beeps.
  • Place the measuring head with the forehead/cover cap fitted on the temples, hold down the Stirn Forehead button and move the thermometer smoothly over the forehead to the other temple.
  • Then release the Stirn Forehead button. The end of the measuring time is signalled with a short beep and the measured value appears on the display.
forehead

If the measured value is within the normal range (< 100.4°F/38°C), the green LED lights up for 3 seconds. If the measured value is higher (≥ 100.4°F/38°C, high temperature), the red LED is illuminated.

Measuring surface temperature

  • Press the POWER button for 1 second to switch the thermometer on. Following a successful self test, the device emits two short beeps.
  • Then press the and buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds to switch to the Object temperature mode. The symbol appears in the display.
  • Press and hold the SCAN button or Stirn Forehead and point the sensor tip towards the object or liquid to be measured (never immerse in liquids), maintaining a distance of 3 cm.
  • Release the button or Stirn Forehead. The end of the measuring time is signalled with a short beep and the measured value appears on the display.

Please note that the displayed temperature is the measured and not the adapted surface temperature. It is not the same as the forehead/ear temperature.
To switch back to the Ear/Forehead thermometer mode, press the MEMORY and POWER buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds until the SCAN symbol disappears and there is a short beep. By switching the thermometer off and on again, it automatically exits the Object temperature mode.

The temperature last measured, i.e. only the last value of a series of measurements, is automatically stored as soon as the thermometer switches itself off or is switched off. There are 10 storage spaces available for this.

To switch the thermometer off, press the POWER and Stirn Forehead buttons simultaneously for approx. three seconds. If you do not take any further measurements, the thermometer switches itself off automatically after approx. one minute after the measured values have been displayed.

To call up the saved values, switch the thermometer on and press the MEMORY button. The date, time, storage space number, the measurement mode symbol and the temperature are displayed in turn. Browse through the stored measurements by pressing the MEMORY button repeatedly.

8. Changing the batteries

When the batteries get weak, the battery warning BATTERY symbol appears . It is still possible to measure temperature. The batteries must be replaced. When the battery symbol flashes BATTERY and LO appears in the display, the batteries must be replaced. If the batteries are too flat, then the thermometer will switch off automatically.

Note:
• When changing the batteries, use batteries of the same type, make and capacity.
• Always replace all batteries at the same time.
• Do not use rechargeable batteries.
• Use batteries free from heavy metals.

  1. Loosen the screw on the battery compartment lid and pull the lid off downwards.
  2. Remove the used batteries and insert two new batteries in the direc-
    tion indicated.
  3. Close the battery compartment lid and screw it back on.
    Dispose of used batteries in accordance with the applicable legal regulations. Never dispose of batteries in the normal household waste.
Changing the batteries

9. Storage and maintenance

  • Clean the sensor tip after each use. Use a clean cloth or cotton bud that can be moistened with disinfectant, alcohol or warm water.
  • To clean the entire device, please use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild soapy solution.
  • Do not use any harsh cleaning products.
  • Always store the thermometer with the forehead/cover cap on.
  • If prolonged storage is intended, you should remove the battery.
  • The device must not be stored or used at an excessively high or low temperature or humidity (see technical data), in sunlight, in association with an electrical current or in dusty locations. Otherwise inaccuracies can occur.

10. Disposal

  • The empty, completely flat batteries must be disposed of through specially designated collection boxes, recycling points or electronics retailers. You are legally required to dispose of the batteries.
  • The codes below are printed on batteries containing harmful substances: Pb = Battery contains lead, Cd = Battery contains cadmium, Hg = Battery contains mercury.
  • For environmental reasons, do not dispose of the device in the household waste at the end of its useful life.
  • Dispose of the unit at a suitable local collection or recycling point. Dispose of the device in accordance with EC Directive – WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). If you have any questions, please contact the local authorities responsible for waste disposal.

11. Technical data
Note: If the device is used other than in accordance with the specifications, perfect functioning cannot be guaranteed! We reserve the right to make technical changes to improve and develop the product.
The accuracy of this thermometer has been carefully checked and developed with regard to a long useful life.
If using the device for commercial medical purposes, it must be regularly tested for accuracy by appropriate means. Precise instructions for checking accuracy may be requested from the service address.

Technical data

12. Trouble-shooting

Trouble-shooting

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Beurer FT 90 Thermometer Instruction Manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Beurer FT 90 Thermometer

Beurer Non-contact thermometer
Model: FT 90

Read these instructions for use carefully and keep them for later use, be sure to make them accessible to other users and observe the information they contain.

Dear customer,
Thank you for choosing one of our products. Our name stands for high-quality, thoroughly tested products for applications in the areas of heat, gentle therapy, blood pressure/diagnosis, weight, massage and air.
Please read these instructions for use carefully and observe the information they contain.
With kind regards,
Your Beurer team

Included in delivery
Check that the delivery has not been tampered with and make sure that all components are present. Before use, ensure that there is no visible damage to the device or accessories and that all packaging material has been removed. If you have any doubts, do not use the device and contact your retailer or the specified Customer Services address.

  • Thermometer
  • 2 x AAA (LR03) batteries
  • Storage box
  • Instructions for use

1.Signs and symbols
The following symbols appear in these instructions for use and on the device:

Signs and symbols

2. Use
This clinical thermometer is intended for non-contact measurement of forehead, object and room temperature. The thermometer is suitable for domestic use. It allows you to quickly and easily measure body temperature Values are saved automatically.

3. Warnings and Safety

3.1. Risks to the user

  • Only use the device once you have read and understood these instructions for use.
  • Retain these instructions for use. The instructions for use must be accessible to all users. All instructions must be followed.
  • The thermometer needs to be in the room in which the measurement is taken for at least 30 minutes before use.
  • The FT 90 thermometer is only designed for the measuring area on the human body stated in the instructions for use.
  • The device is only intended for the purpose stated in these instructions for use.
  • Children must not be allowed to use the device. Medical devices are not toys.
  • Check before each use that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact your retailer or the service address.
  • The device has been designed for practical use, but is not a substitute for a visit to the doctor.
  • Should you have any questions about using the device, please contact either your retailer or Customer Services.

3.2. Risks to the device

  • Do not subject the device to mechanical impacts.
  • Do not expose the device to direct sunlight.
  • Do not expose the device to liquids. The device is not waterproof. Avoid all direct contact with water or other liquids.
  • Have the device repaired by authorised service centres only, otherwise its warranty is invalidated.
  • Portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this device. More details can be requested from the stated Customer Service address or found at the end of the instructions for use.

3.3. Notes on handling batteries

  • If your skin or eyes come into contact with battery fluid, flush out the affected areas with water and seek medical assistance.
  • Choking hazard! Small children may swallow and choke on batteries. Store the batteries out of the reach of small children.
  • Observe the plus (+) and minus (-) polarity signs.
  • If a battery has leaked, put on protective gloves and clean the battery compartment with a dry cloth.
  • Protect the batteries from excessive heat.
  • Risk of explosion! Never throw batteries into a fire.
  • Do not charge or short-circuit batteries.
  • If the device is not to be used for a long period, take the batteries out of the battery compartment.
  • Use identical or equivalent battery types only .
  • Always replace all batteries at the same time.
  • Do not use rechargeable batteries.
  • Do not disassemble, split or crush the batteries.

4. Information about this thermometer
The temperature measurement varies depending on the part of the body where the measurement is taken. In a healthy person, the variance can be between 0.2 °C and 1 °C (0.4 °F and 1.8 °F) in different parts of the body.

Normal temperature range with various thermometers

 Normal temperature range with various thermometers

Beurer tip

  • Temperatures measured with different thermometers should never be compared with one another.
  • Tell your doctor what type of thermometer you used to take your temperature and on what part of the body. Also bear this in mind if you are diagnosing yourself.

Holding the thermometer for too long in the hand before taking a measurement can cause the device to warm up. This means the measurement could be incorrect.

Influences on body temperature

  • A person’s individual metabolism
  • Age: Body temperature is higher in babies and toddlers than in adults. Greater temperature fluctuations occur faster and more often in children. Normal body temperature decreases with age.
  • Clothing
  • Outside temperature
  • Time of day: Body temperature is lower in the morning and increases throughout the day towards evening.
  • Activities: Physical and, to a lesser extent, mental activities increase body temperature.

Beurer tip
Taking the body temperature provides a current measurement of a person’s temperature. If you are uncertain about interpreting the results or if the values are abnormal (e.g. fever), please consult your doctor. This also applies in the case of slight temperature changes if there are other symptoms of illness such as agitation, severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse, etc.

5. Unit description

  1. Display
  2. MODE/MEM button
  3. On/Off button
  4. LIGHT/SET button
  5. SCAN button
  6. Measuring sensor
  7. Battery compartment lock
  8. Battery compartment lid
Unit description
description

5.1 Display description

Display description
  1. Object temperature mode
  2. Room temperature mode
  3. Forehead temperature mode
  4. Acoustic signal symbol
  5. Year
  6. Memory function
  7. Date
  8. Battery level
  9. Temperature/memory space number display
  10. Celsius/Fahrenheit measurement unit
  11. Measurement ≥ 38.0°C (≥100.4°F) “fever”
  12. Measurement < 38.0°C (<100.4°F) “no fever”
  13. Illuminated display symbol
  14. Year/date/time display

6. Initial use
If provided, pull out the battery insulating strip at the battery compartment or remove the protective film from the battery and insert the battery with the correct polarity.

  1. Batteries: After a brief self-test and two short beeps the thermometer is ready for forehead measurement.

7. Switching on and setting the thermometer

Briefly press the On/Off button .
After a brief self-test and two short beeps the thermometer is ready for forehead measurement.
The device always starts up in forehead temperature mode .

7.1 Setting the basic functions
This menu allows you to set the following functions individually, one after another.

Setting the basic functions
Setting the basic functions

8. Forehead measurement
Briefly press the On/Off button .
After a brief self-test and two short beeps the device is ready for forehead temperature measurement. The device
is in forehead temperature mode. This is indicated by the symbol.

Beurer tip
Remember that

  • physical activity, increased perspiration on the forehead, taking vasoconstrictive medication and skin irritations can distort the result,
  • the forehead, or the temples, must be free from perspiration and cosmetics.

Hold the thermometer 2 to 3 cm from the measuring point. Press the SCAN button and move the thermometer from side to side over the forehead area (fig. 8).
During measurement you will hear short beeps (only if the acoustic signal is activated), which signal that the thermometer has found a new highest measurement.
End of measurement is signalled by a long beep.
Release the SCAN button.

Fig. 8

You can now read the measured value.
In addition to the temperature, the fever or no fever symbols also appear in the display:
The no fever symbol indicates that the body temperature is within normal range; the fever symbol indicates a measurement equal to or higher than 38°C (100.4°F), which triggers a temperature alarm.
If the acoustic signal is switched on, three beeps will sound once the measurement is complete if the temperature is equal to or higher than 38°C (100.4 °F).
The measuring time is usually 2 seconds but may take up to 30 seconds.
When two short beeps sound and the forehead symbol stops flashing, the device is ready to take another measurement.
The measurement is automatically saved with the date/time and the “fever” / “no fever” classification.

8.1 Displaying saved measurements
The device only stores measurements in forehead temperature mode . The device automatically stores the values from the last 60 measurements. When 60 storage places are exceeded the oldest value is deleted.

The memory can be called up as follows:

  • With the thermometer switched on, press and hold the MODE/MEM button for 5 seconds. The most recent measurement is displayed.
  • With each subsequent pressing of the MODE/MEM button, first the storage space number is displayed followed by the measurement upon release.
  • In the upper line, the time and date are displayed alternately.

9. Measuring object temperature / room temperature

Measuring object temperature

10. Error messages

Error messages

11. Batteries
The device requires two AAA (LR03) batteries

  • Open the battery compartment. Use a pointed object to press down on the battery compartment lock and at the same time slide the battery compartment downwards.
  • Take the used batteries out of the battery compartment.
  • Insert new batteries.

Make sure that the batteries are inserted the right way round.

  • Close the battery compartment.
  • The empty, completely flat batteries must be disposed of through specially designated collection boxes, recycling points or electronics retailers. You are legally required to dispose of the batteries.
  • The codes below are printed on batteries containing harmful substances:

Pb = Battery contains lead,
Cd = Battery contains cadmium,
Hg = Battery contains mercury.

12. Cleaning the device

• The measuring sensor is the most sensitive part of the thermometer. Take great care of the measuring sensor when cleaning the device.
• Do not use any harsh cleaning products.
• Always observe all safety notes for user and device.
w 3. Warnings and Safety

Clean the measuring sensor after each use. Use a clean cloth or cotton bud that can be moistened with disinfectant or 70 % alcohol. To clean the entire device, please use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild soapy solution. Under no circumstances
may liquid enter the device.
Do not use the device again until it is completely dry.

13. Storing the device
The device must not be stored or used at an excessively high or low temperature or humidity (see technical specifications), in sunlight, in association with an electrical current or in dusty locations. Otherwise inaccuracies can occur. If prolonged storage is planned, you should remove the batteries.

14. Disposing of the device
• For environmental reasons, do not dispose of the device in the household waste at the end of its useful life. Dispose of the unit at a suitable local collection or recycling point. Dispose of the device in accordance with EC Directive – WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). If you have any questions, please contact the local authorities responsible for waste disposal.

15. Technical Data
If the device is used other than in accordance with the specifications, perfect functioning cannot be guaranteed! The accuracy of this thermometer has been carefully checked and developed with regard to a long useful life. If using the device for commercial medical purposes, it must be regularly tested for accuracy by appropriate means. Precise instructions for checking accuracy may be requested from the service address. We reserve the right to make technical changes to improve and develop the product.

Technical Data

16. Guidelines
This device complies with the EU Directive 93/42/EEC concerning medical devices, the Medizinproduktegesetz, the ASTM E 1965 – 98 and the European Standard EN60601-1-2 and is subject to particular precautions with regard to electromagnetic compatibility.

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Beurer BabyCare BY 11 Instruction Manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Beurer BabyCare BY 11

Important safety information – retain for later use.
In order to make optimum use of all the merits of the clinical thermometer,
you should carefully read the operating instructions before using it, retain
the instructions for later use and also keep them accessible for other
users.

  • The thermometer is intended to measure the temperature of the human body.
  • The BY 11 thermometer is only designed for the measuring area on the human body stated in the instructions for use.
  • Children should not use the thermometer without supervision.
  • Before each use, check the thermometer for signs of damage or wear. Damaged or worn thermometers should not be used.
  • Always wait for the acoustic signal which indicates the minimum time required for measurement. Discuss the temperature with your family physician.
  • The thermometer contains sensitive electronic parts. Therefore, protect it from blows, bending, high temperature or direct exposure to sunlight.
  • This thermometer has a flexible measuring tip to provide greater comfort and safety during measurement, particularly in infants and persons who are asleep or have a reduced level of consciousness. The tip must not be bent more than 90°!
  • Using the thermometer in strong electromagnetic fields such as next to a mobile phone, can cause a malfunction.
  • When the thermometer is switched on, it carries out a self-test. Therefore the accuracy of measurement need not be tested at regular intervals.
  • If the temperature is very abnormal, please contact your family doctor promptly.
  • This device meets the requirements of the EU Directive 93/42/EC concerning medical devices, as well as those of the Medizinproduktegesetz (German Medical Devices Act), the European Standard EN 12470-3: Clinical thermometers – part 3: Performance of compact electrical thermometers (non-predictive and predictive) with maximum device and the European Standard EN60601-1-2, and is subject to particular precautions with regard to electromagnetic compatibility. Please note that portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this unit. More details can be requested from the stated Customer Service address or found at the end of the instructions for use.

Measuring methods:
Temperature measurement in the anus (rectal)
This method of measurement is most reliable and most accurate. Guide the tip of the thermometer carefully 2 to 3 cm into the anus. The measurement time with this thermometer at this site is only about 10 seconds. The end of the measuring time is indicated by an signal tone.

Measurement in the mouth cavity (oral)
For this purpose, guide the tip of the thermometer carefully into one of the heat pouches beneath the tongue, to the left or the right of the root of the tongue.

Measurement of temperature in the armpit (axillary)
This method of measurement is relatively inaccurate. Therefore, it cannot
be recommended from a medical point of view.

Measurement of temperature

Use
Press the On/Off switch to turn the unit on. A short acoustic signal will announce that it is switched on. The thermometer will carry out a self-test for about 2 seconds. During the self-test all segments of the display will be visible. Then “Lo °C (Lo °F)” or the value of the last measurement will appear in the display. Then the reference value of 37 °C (98.6 °F) will appear. Then the flashing symbol “°C” (“°F”) appears and the symbol “Lo” is shown in the display screen. The thermometer is now ready for use. During the measurement, the current temperature is displayed continuously, and the “°C” (“°F”) symbol flashes on and off. The measurement is completed when a stable temperature has been reached. An acoustic signal (10 long beeps) sounds, the “°C” (“°F”) symbol stops flashing and the measured temperature is displayed. So long as the temperature is less than 32 °C (89.6 °F), the “°C” (“°F”) symbol continues to flash and “Lo °C (Lo °F)” is shown on the display. Higher values are displayed directly, e.g. 32.1 °C (89.8 °F). If temperatures over 37.8 °C (100 °F) are measured, a fever alarm (30 short beeps in 10 seconds) sounds. If temperatures over 43.0 °C (109.4 °F) are measured, the symbol for “Hi °C (Hi °F)” appears. The measurement time is very quick compared to conventional thermometers and is only 10 seconds for the rectal measurement. More accurate measurements are possible by extending the measurement time beyond below. The customer or the user of the BY 11 should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Electromagnetic Compatibility Information
Table 1

Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic emissions
The BY 11 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the BY 11 should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Electromagnetic Compatibility Information

Table 2
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity
The BY 11 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the BY 11 should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Table 2

NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.

  1. a Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF ransmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which the BY 11 is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the BY 11 should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as reorienting or relocating the BY 11.
  2. Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.

Table 3
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity
The BY 11 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the BY 11 should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Table 3

Table 4
Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile RF ommunications equipment and the ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM The BY 11 is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of the BY 11 can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and the BY 11 as recommended below, according to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.

Table 4

For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.

For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.

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Beurer FT 70 Thermometer Instruction Manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Beurer FT 70

Beurer Multi-function thermometer
Model: FT 70

Dear customer,
Thank you for choosing one of our products. Our name stands for high-quality, thoroughly tested products for applications in the areas of heat, gentle therapy, blood pressure/diagnosis, weight, massage and air.
Please read these instructions for use carefully and observe the information they contain.
With kind regards,
Your Beurer team

Included in delivery

  • Thermometer
  • 2 x 1.5 V AAA batteries (LR03)
  • These instructions for use

Please read these instructions for use carefully and keep them for later use, be sure to make them accessible to other users and observe the information they contain.

1.Signs and symbols
The following symbols appear in these instructions for use and on the device:

Signs and symbols

Notes
Safety notes

Warning:

  • To measure temperature, insert the sensor tip of the thermometer carefully into the ear.
  • Use of the thermometer on different persons can be inappropriate in the event of certain acute infectious diseases because of the possible spread of germs despite cleaning and disinfection. If you have any doubts, please consult your doctor.

Notes on handling batteries

  • If your skin or eyes come into contact with battery fluid, flush out the affected areas with water and seek medical assistance.
  • Choking hazard! Small children may swallow and choke on batteries. Store the batteries out of the reach of small children.
  • Observe the plus (+) and minus (-) polarity signs.
  • If a battery has leaked, put on protective gloves and clean the battery compartment with a dry cloth.
  • Protect the batteries from excessive heat.
  • Risk of explosion! Never throw batteries into a fire.
  • Do not charge or short-circuit batteries.
  • If the device is not to be used for a long period, take the batteries out of the battery compartment.
  • Use identical or equivalent battery types only.
  • Always replace all batteries at the same time.
  • Do not use rechargeable batteries.
  • Do not disassemble, split or crush the batteries.

General notes

  • Please read these instructions for use carefully and keep them for later use, be sure to make them accessible to other users and observe the information they contain.
  • This thermometer is a sensitive electronic device. Handle it with care and do not subject it to any mechanical impacts.
  • Do not expose the device to direct sunlight.
  • Check before each use that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact your retailer or the service address.
  • The thermometer is NOT waterproof. For this reason, direct contact with water or other liquids should be avoided.
  • The FT70 thermometer is only designed for the measuring area on the human body stated in the instructions for use.
  • The device is only intended for the purpose stated in these instructions for use.
  • After each use, clean the measuring tip with a soft cloth moistened with disinfectant.
  • The thermometer has been designed for practical use, but is not a substitute for a visit to the doctor.
  • Before each repair query, first check the batteries and replace them if necessary.
  • Repairs must only be carried out by authorised service centres, otherwise the guarantee is invalidated.
  • This device complies with the EU Directive 93/42/EC concerning medical products, the Medizinproduktegesetz (German Medical Devices Act), the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) E 1965 – 98 and the European Standard EN 12470-5: Clinical thermometers – Part 5: Requirements for infrared ear thermometers (with maximum device) the standard ISO 80601-2-56 and the European Standard EN 60601-1-2, and is subject to particular precautions with regard to electromagnetic compatibility. Please note that portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this unit. More details can be requested from the stated Customer Service address or found at the end of the instructions for use.
  • If you should have any questions about using our devices, please contact either your retailer or customer services.

3. Unit description

Overview

Overview
  1. Forehead/cover cap
  2. Forehead thermometer mode button Stirn Forehead
  3. Ear thermometer mode/on button Ohr Ear / Power
  4. LED (red) (high temperature alarm)
  5. LED (green)
Rear View

6.LCD
7.Sensor tip with lens (cover cap removed)
8.Memory button
9.Set button
10.Speaker
11.Battery compartment lid

Display

12.Date
13.Time
14.Measurement mode (“Ear”, “Forehead”, “Object”)
15.Speaker symbol
16.Battery warning symbol
17.Measurement display
18.“Memory” symbol and storage space number
19.“Measurement in progress” symbol
20.Unit of measurement (°C or °F)

4. Initial use
The batteries are already inserted in all new devices. Before first use, remove the protruding plastic insulating strip from the battery compartment. The thermometer will then switch on automatically.

5. Setting the device
Set the language, volume, the unit in which the temperature will be displayed, the date and the time

Setting the device

Press the POWER button for 1 second to switch the thermometer on. The device performs a brief self test: all elements of the display are shown for approx. 1 second. Following a successful self test, the device emits two short beeps. In Standby mode, the date and time are shown and “” is displayed.

When the thermometer is used for the first time and each time the batteries are changed, the date and time are displayed in the format 1-1 00:00 during the basic set-up (after the self test). Set each of the following settings in turn: language, volume, unit in which the temperature will be displayed, date and time. To set the device, proceed in stages: Language (L01 – German, L02 – English, L03 – French, L04 – Italian, L05 – Russian, L06 – Turkish), Volume (U01 – lowest setting, U06 – highest setting), Unit – year – month – day – hours – minutes (there is no voice output when setting date and time).

  • Press the S button for approx. three seconds in order to reach Set mode. The setting to be changed will flash each time.
  • Press the M button again to save the setting or
  • press the S button to change the setting.
  • Then press the M button to save the setting.

After this process, the thermometer shows the word OFF in the display and switches off automatically.

Turning volume on and off again
Turn the device on and the speaker symbol [15] shows whether the voice function is on or off. Press the Set S button to turn the voice function on and off. When you turn the voice function on, a short beep sounds (speaker symbol visible = voice function on; speaker symbol not visible = voice function off).

6. What you should know about using this thermometer
There are different thermometers for taking temperature measurements in different parts of the body:

  • Ear/forehead thermometer (this thermometer, for measuring in the ear or on the forehead area)
  • Rod thermometer (for rectal [in the back passage], axillary [under the arm] or oral measurement [in the mouth])

Taking the temperature gives a measurement that provides information about a person’s current body temperature. If you are uncertain about interpreting the results or if the value is abnormal, please consult your doctor. This also applies in the case of slight temperature changes if there are other symptoms of illness such as agitation, severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse, etc.

Temperatures measured with different thermometers cannot be compared with one another. You should therefore tell your doctor (or bear in mind if you are diagnosing yourself) what thermometer you used to take your temperature and in what part of the body.

The temperature of a healthy person is influenced by various factors: individual metabolic rate, which depends on the person, age (body temperature of infants and small children is higher and decreases as they age). Greater temperature fluctuations occur faster and more often in children, e.g. due to growth spurts), their clothing, the ambient temperature, the time of day (body temperature is lower in the morning and increases throughout the day towards evening), the preceding physical and, to a lesser extent, mental activity.

The temperature varies depending on the part of the body where the measurement is taken. The difference can be between 0.4 °F (0.2 °C) and 1.8 °F (1 °C) for a healthy person. The normal temperature ranges are as follows:

  • on the forehead: 96.4 °F – 99.7 °F (35.8 °C – 37.6 °C), with a forehead thermometer,
  • in the ear: 96.8 °F – 100 °F (36.0 °C – 37.8 °C), with an ear thermometer,
  • in the back passage: 97.3 °F – 100 °F (36.3 °C – 37.8 °C), with a conventional thermometer,
  • in the mouth: 96.8 °F – 99.3 °F (36.0 °C – 37.4 °C), with a conventional thermometer.

In order to track temperature change, always take the measurements in the same part of the body.

7. Measuring
Before each use, please check that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact your retailer or the service address. Bear in mind that the thermometer needs to have been in the room in which the measurement is taken for at least 30 minutes before use.

Measuring body temperature in the ear

  • Some people produce different readings in their left and right ear. In order to record temperature changes, always measure a person’s temperature in the same ear.
  • The ear thermometer may be used by children only under adult supervision. Measurement is usually possible over the age of 6 months. In infants under 6 months, the ear canal is still very narrow so the temperature of the eardrum often cannot be recorded and the result displayed is often too low. • The measurement must not be taken in an ear affected by inflammatory diseases (e.g. discharging pus or secretion), after possible ear injuries (e.g. eardrum damage) or in the healing period after operative procedures. In all of these cases, please consult your doctor.
  • Use of the thermometer on different persons can be inappropriate in the event of certain acute infectious diseases because of the possible spread of germs despite cleaning and disinfection. If you have any doubts, please consult your doctor.
  • This thermometer may only be used without a disposable protective cover.
  • If you have been lying on one ear for some time, the temperature is slightly raised. Wait a little while or measurein the other ear.
  • As ear wax can affect the measurement, you should clean the ear before measuring if necessary.
  • Press the POWER button for 1 second to switch the thermometer on. Following a successful self test, the device emits two short beeps.
  • Remove the cap by gently pushing it up (1) and then pulling it off for wards (2).
POWER

Make sure that the sensor tip and also the ear canal are clean.
As the ear canal is slightly curved, you have to pull the ear slightly up and backwards
before inserting the sensor tip. This is important so that the sensor tip can be pointed
directly at the eardrum.

  • Insert the sensor tip carefully and press the POWER button for 1 second.
  • Release the POWER button. The end of the measuring time is signalled with a short beep and the measured value appears on the display.
appears

If the measured value is within the normal range (< 100.4 °F/38 °C), the green LED lights up for 3 seconds. If the measured value is higher (≥ 100.4 °F/38 °C, high temperature), the red LED is illuminated.

Measuring body temperature on the forehead

Please note that the forehead/temples must be free from sweat and cosmetics and that taking vasoconstriction medication and skin irritations can distort the result when measuring temperature on the forehead.

  • Press the POWER button for 1 second to switch the thermometer on. Following a successful self test, the device emits two short beeps.
  • Place the measuring head with the forehead/cover cap fitted on the temples, hold down the Forehead button and move the thermometer smoothly over the forehead to the other temple.
  • Then release the Forehead button. The end of the measuring time is signalled with a short beep and the measured value appears on the display.
Measuring body temperature

If the measured value is within the normal range (< 100.4 °F/38 °C), the green LED lights up for 3 seconds. If the measured value is higher (≥ 100.4 °F/38 °C, high temperature), the red LED is illuminated.

Measuring surface temperature

  • Press the POWER button for 1 second to switch the thermometer on. Following a successful self test, the device emits two short beeps.
  • Then press the M and POWER buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds to switch to the Object temperature mode. The SCAN symbol appears in the display.
  • Press POWER and hold the button or Forehead and point the sensor tip towards the object or liquid to be measured (never immerse in liquids), maintaining a distance of 3 cm.
  • Release the POWER button or Forehead. The end of the measuring time is signalled with a short beep and the measured value appears on the display.

Please note that the displayed temperature is the measured and not the adapted surface temperature. It is not the same as the forehead/ear temperature.

To switch back to the Ear/Forehead thermometer mode, press the M and POWER buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds until the SCAN symbol disappears and there is a short beep. By switching the thermometer off and on again, it automatically exits the Object temperature mode.

temperature mode

The temperature last measured, i.e. only the last value of a series of measurements, is automatically stored as soon as the thermometer switches itself off or is switched off. There are 10 storage spaces available for this.

To switch the thermometer off, press the POWER and Stirn Forehead buttons simultaneously for approx. three seconds.
If you do not take any further measurements, the thermometer switches itself off automatically after approx. one minute after the measured values have been displayed

To call up the saved values, switch the thermometer on and press the M button.
The date, time, storage space number, the measurement mode symbol and the temperature are displayed in turn. Storage space number and measurement are announced. Browse through the stored measurements by pressing the M button repeatedly.

values

8. Changing the batteries

When the batteries get weak, the battery warning BATTERY symbol appears . It is still possible to measure temperature. The batteries must be replaced. When the BATTERY symbol flashes and LO appears in the display, the batteries must be replaced. If the batteries are too flat, then the thermometer will switch off automatically.

Note:

  • When changing the batteries, use batteries of the same type, make and capacity.
  • Always replace all batteries at the same time.
  • Do not use rechargeable batteries.
  • Use batteries free from heavy metals.

1. Loosen the screw on the battery compartment lid and pull the lid off downwards.
2. Remove the used batteries and insert two new batteries in the direction indicated.
3. Close the battery compartment lid and screw it back on.
Dispose of used batteries in accordance with the applicable legal regulations. Never dispose of batteries in the normal household waste.

Changing the batteries

9. Storage and maintenance

  • Clean the sensor tip after each use. Use a clean cloth or cotton bud that can be moistened with disinfectant, alcohol or warm water.
  • To clean the entire device, please use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild soapy solution.
  • Do not use any harsh cleaning products.
  • Always store the thermometer with the forehead/cover cap on.
  • If prolonged storage is intended, you should remove the battery.
  • The device must not be stored or used at an excessively high or low temperature or humidity (see technical data), in sunlight, in association with an electrical current or in dusty locations. Otherwise inaccuracies can occur.

10. Disposal

The empty, completely flat batteries must be disposed of through specially designated collection boxes, recycling points or electronics retailers. You are legally required to dispose of the batteries.

The codes below are printed on batteries containing harmful substances:
Pb = Battery contains lead,
Cd = Battery contains cadmium,
Hg = Battery contains mercury.

Disposal

For environmental reasons, do not dispose of the device in the household waste at the end of its useful life.
Dispose of the unit at a suitable local collection or recycling point. Dispose of the device in accordance with EC Directive – WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). If you have any questions, please contact the local authorities responsible for waste disposal.

11. Technical data
Note: If the device is used other than in accordance with the specifications, perfect functioning cannot be guaranteed! We reserve the right to make technical changes to improve and develop the product.
The accuracy of this thermometer has been carefully checked and developed with regard to a long useful life.
If using the device for commercial medical purposes, it must be regularly tested for accuracy by appropriate means. Precise instructions for checking accuracy may be requested from the service address.

Technical data

12. Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

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Beurer FT 60 Thermometer Instruction Manual

Beurer FT 60 Thermometer

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Beurer Thermometer

Beurer Thermometer
Model: FT 60

3 in 1 Forehead thermometer

Dear customer,
We are happy that you have decided on a product from our range. Our name stands for high-quality and exhaustively tested products from the areas of warmth, gentle therapy, blood pressure, body temperature, weight, massage and air.
Please read these instructions for use carefully and follow the directions.
Yours faithfully,
The Beurer Team

1.Important notes

  • This device is a sensitive electronic device. Please treat it carefully and do not expose it to any mechanical impacts.
  • Do not expose the thermometer to direct sunlight.
  • The FT60 thermometer is only designed for the measuring area on the human body stated in the instructions for use.
  • The device should be in the room in which the measurement is made for at least 30 minutes before use.
  • The thermometer is NOT waterproof. For this reason, direct contact with water or other liquids should be avoided.
  • Clean the measuring tip after each use with a soft cloth moistened with disinfectant.
  • Check before each use that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact the dealer or service address.
  • The thermometer was constructed for practical use but cannot replace a visit to the doctor.
  • This device is not intended for commercial or clinical use.
  • The device is intended only for the purpose given in these directions for use.
  • Repairs must be carried out only by authorised service agents. Otherwise the guarantee becomes void.
  • This device complies with EU Directive 93/42 EEC.
  • This device complies with ASTM E 1965-98.
  • This unit is in line with European Standard EN60601-1-2 and is subject to particular precautions with regard to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Please note that portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this unit. For more details, please contact customer service at the address indicated.
  • If you have further questions about using our devices, please contact your dealer or Customer Service.
  • Please read these instructions for use carefully and keep them for later use, be sure to make them accessible to other users and observe the information they contain.

2. What you should know about using this thermometer
Before using a forehead thermometer, an ear thermometer or a conventional rod thermometer, the following should be noted: The different thermometers listed above are suitable for measuring body temperature in different parts of the body: forehead thermometer: measurement only on the forehead, ear thermometer: measurement only in the ear, rod thermometer: rectal (in the back passage), axillary (under the arm) or oral measurement (in the mouth). The temperature varies depending on the part of the body where the measurement is taken. The difference in healthy persons between different parts of the body can be between 0.2 – 1°C. The approximate normal temperature ranges are as follows:

  • forehead temperature – measured with a forehead thermometer: 35.8 °C to 37.6 °C.
  • Ear temperature, measured with an ear thermometer: 36.0 °C to 37.8 °C.
  • Rectal temperature, measured with a conventional thermometer: 36.3 °C to 37.8 °C.
  • orally measured temperature – measured with a conventional thermometer: 36.0 °C to 37.4 °C.

Beurer-Tip:

Temperatures measured with different thermometers cannot be compared with one another. You should therefore tell your doctor or bear in mind if you are diagnosing yourself what thermometer you used to take your temperature and in what part of the body.

The temperature of a healthy person is also influenced by the following factors:

  • The person’s individual metabolism.
  • Age (body temperature is higher in babies and small children and falls with increasing age. Greater temperature fluctuations occur faster and more often in children).
  • Clothing.
  • The outside temperature.
  • The time of day (body temperature is lower in the morning and increases during the day towards evening).
  • Preceding physical and, to a lesser extent, mental activity.

Beurer-Tip:
Taking the temperature gives a measurement that provides information about a person’s current body temperature. If you are uncertain about interpreting the results or if the result is abnormal (e.g. fever), you should consult your doctor.
This also applies in the case of slight temperature changes if there are other symptoms of illness such as agitation, severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse etc.

3. Description of device

Front side
Front side
Rear side
Rear side

4. Functions

This infrared thermometer is for measuring
– temperature at a person’s forehead,
– surface temperature of objects and liquids,
– ambient temperatures.

The thermometer also offers additional functionalities:
– 9 memory locations for simple plotting of changes in temperature,
– date and time, also with all stored temperatures measured,
– Optical and acoustic fever alarm at temperatures over 37.5 °C,
– switchable to °C and °F.

5. Operation
Remove the protective cap and switch on the thermometer with the “ ” button. After a short self-test and two short beep tones, the thermometer is ready for forehead temperature measurement.

Operation

5.1 Setting time and date
With the thermometer switched on, hold the “ ” button depressed for 5 seconds. As soon as the “SET” symbol appears in the display, you can use the “SCAN” button to set in turn the 12 or 24 hour mode, hour, minute, year, month and day (‚24‘ appears in the display for the 24-hour mode). Confi rm the values set in each case with the “ ” button.
5.2 Batteries
The Type 3V CR2032 battery is already fi tted and depending on usage has a life of around 3000 measurements. When the battery gets weak, the battery warning symbol appears . It is still possible to measure the temperature. Battery must be replaced. When the battery symbol fl ashes , the battery must be exchanged by sliding the battery compartment cover off to the rear. Switch off the device, press the batttery compartment lock with a sharp object and slide the battery compartment cover downwards at the same time.

Insert a new battery of the same type with the positive pole at the top. Close the battery compartment cover again. Used batteries should not go into domestic refuse. You are legally obliged to dispose of the batteries correctly. Dispose of them through your electrical dealer or local recycling centre.
Note: you will fi nd these symbols on batteries containing toxic substances: Pb = battery contains lead, Cd = battery contains cadmium, Hg = battery contains mercury. The battery in this device does not contain toxic substances.

Batteries

6. During use
Always ensure that the sensor is clean and undamaged. Switch on the thermometer with the “ ” button.

6.1 Forehead measurement
After a short self-test and two short beeps, the thermometer is ready for measuring the temperature at the forehead/temple. The infrared thermometer is in ‘Forehead thermometer’ mode. This is indicated by the symbol .
Note that
– the thermometer must have been at least 30 minutes in the room in which the measurement is made,
– the measuring result may be falsifi ed by physical activity, fundamentally increased sweat formation on the forehead,
consumption of vasoconstrictive medications and skin irritations,
– the forehead or temple must be free of sweat and cosmetics.

Apply the thermometer to the left or right temple and press the “SCAN” button. Move the thermometer to and over the temple. During the measurement you can hear short beeps signalling that the thermometer has found a new maximum temperature. The end of the measuring time is signalled with a long beep. Release the “SCAN” button. You can now read off the temperature measured. The LED is also illuminated according to the test result: a green LED indicates that body temperature is within the normal range, but a red LED lights up with measured values over 37.5 °C, i.e. it is a fever alarm. The measurement normally takes from 5 to 8 seconds, but can take up to 30 seconds.
The thermometer signals with two short beeps and a no longer flashing forehead symbol that the thermometer is ready for a new measurement.

Forehead measurement

6.2 Saving the temperatures measured
The temperature last measured, i.e. only the last temperature of a series measured, is saved automatically as soon as the thermometer is switched off. There are 9 memory locations available for this.
You can call up the last temperature measured with the “POWER ” button. The date and time are also shown. The LED does not support any requests for stored measured values. If you continue to hold down the “ POWER ” , you will enter a special measuring mode, in which the thermometer will not make a correct measurement. In this event, allow the thermometer to switch off automatically after about 1 minute and then switch it on again.

6.3 Surface temperatures
When you want to measure surface temperatures with this infrared thermometer, you must change to the “SCAN” mode.
With the thermometer switched on (standard forehead thermometer mode) keep the “ ” button depressed and at the same time press the “SCAN” button. This mode is indicated with the symbol. If you keep the “SCAN” button depressed, the surface temperature measured is continuously displayed. You can apply the sensor tip directly to the surface to be measured or measure at close range (do not immerse in liquids).
Note that the temperature displayed is the surface temperature measured but not adjusted. It cannot be compared with the forehead temperature.

6.4 Ambient temperature
After the measurement, the thermometer automatically switches to standby mode after about 1 minute, but only if the time has been set. This mode is identified by the symbol and the ambient temperature is shown continuously.
If you want to use the thermometer to measure the ambient temperature, it should be positioned so that the measurement is not influenced by solar radiation or other influences such as cold draughts from air-conditioning systems. In addition to the ambient temperature, which is updated once every minute, the date and time are displayed alternately.

6.5 Changing the temperature unit
You can display the temperature in degrees Celsius (°C) or degrees Fahrenheit (°F). With the thermometer switched off or in standby mode, select the unit by holding down the “SCAN” button and at the same time pressing the “ ” button.
Keep the two buttons depressed until the temperature unit changes. All stored temperatures are displayed in the new temperature unit.

7. Trouble shooting

Trouble shooting

8. Cleaning, storage, disposal
Clean the sensor tip after every use. Use a clean cloth or cotton bud that can be moistened with disinfectant, alcohol or warm water.
To clean the entire device, use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild soapy solution. Water must never get into the device. If water gets into the device, remove the battery immediately. Only use the device again when it is completely dry.
Do not use any harsh cleaning agents.
Never immerse the device in water.
Always store the thermometer with the cap on in order to protect the sensor. The device must not be stored or used at too high or low a temperature or humidity (see 9. technical data), in sunlight, in association with an electrical current or in dusty locations. Otherwise, inaccuracies can occur.
If prolonged storage is intended, you should remove the battery.
Please dispose of the device in accordance with the directive 2002/96/EG – WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). If you have any queries, please refer to the local authorities responsible for waste disposal.

Technical data
Note: When the device is used outside the specifications, perfect functioning cannot be guaranteed. We reserve the right to make technical changes to improve and develop the product.

Technical data

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Beurer FT 90 Thermometer Instruction Manual

Beurer FT 90 Thermometer

INSTRUCTIONAL MANUAL

Beurer Thermometer
Model: FT 90

Read these instructions for use carefully and keep them for later use, be sure to make them accessible to other users and observe the information they contain.

Dear customer,
Thank you for choosing one of our products. Our name stands for high-quality, thoroughly tested products for applications in the areas of heat, gentle therapy, blood pressure/diagnosis, weight, massage and air. Please read these instructions for use carefully and observe the information they contain.
With kind regards,
Your Beurer team

Included in delivery
Check that the delivery has not been tampered with and make sure that all components are present. Before use, ensure that there is no visible damage to the device or accessories and that all packaging material has been removed. If you have any doubts, do not use the device and contact your retailer or the specified Customer Services address.

  • Thermometer
  • 2 x AAA (LR03) batteries
  • Storage box
  • Instructions for use

1.Signs and symbols
The following symbols appear in these instructions for use and on the device:

Signs and symbols

2. Use
This clinical thermometer is intended for non-contact measurement of forehead, object and room temperature. The thermometer is suitable for domestic use. It allows you to quickly and easily measure body temperature Values are saved automatically.

3. Warnings and Safety

3.1. Risks to the user

  • Only use the device once you have read and understood these instructions for use.
  • Retain these instructions for use. The instructions for use must be accessible to all users. All instructions must be followed.
  • The thermometer needs to be in the room in which the measurement is taken for at least 30 minutes before use.
  • The FT 90 thermometer is only designed for the measuring area on the human body stated in the instructions for use.
  • The device is only intended for the purpose stated in these instructions for use.
  • Children must not be allowed to use the device. Medical devices are not toys.
  • Check before each use that the lens is intact. If it is damaged, please contact your retailer or the service address.
  • The device has been designed for practical use, but is not a substitute for a visit to the doctor.
  • Should you have any questions about using the device, please contact either your retailer or Customer Services.

3.2. Risks to the device

  • Do not subject the device to mechanical impacts.
  • Do not expose the device to direct sunlight.
  • Do not expose the device to liquids. The device is not waterproof. Avoid all direct contact with water or other liquids.
  • Have the device repaired by authorised service centres only, otherwise its warranty is invalidated.
  • Portable and mobile HF communication systems may interfere with this device. More details can be requested from the stated Customer Service address or found at the end of the instructions for use.

3.3. Notes on handling batteries

  • If your skin or eyes come into contact with battery fluid, flush out the affected areas with water and seek medical assistance.
  • Choking hazard! Small children may swallow and choke on batteries. Store the batteries out of the reach of small children.
  • Observe the plus (+) and minus (-) polarity signs.
  • If a battery has leaked, put on protective gloves and clean the battery compartment with a dry cloth.
  • Protect the batteries from excessive heat.
  • Risk of explosion! Never throw batteries into a fire.
  • Do not charge or short-circuit batteries.
  • If the device is not to be used for a long period, take the batteries out of the battery compartment.
  • Use identical or equivalent battery types only .
  • Always replace all batteries at the same time.
  • Do not use rechargeable batteries.
  • Do not disassemble, split or crush the batteries.

4. Information about this thermometer
The temperature measurement varies depending on the part of the body where the measurement is taken. In a healthy person, the variance can be between 0.2 °C and 1 °C (0.4 °F and 1.8 °F) in different parts of the body.

Normal temperature range with various thermometers

Normal temperature range

Beurer tip

  • Temperatures measured with different thermometers should never be compared with one another.
  • Tell your doctor what type of thermometer you used to take your temperature and on what part of the body. Also bear this in mind if you are diagnosing yourself.

Holding the thermometer for too long in the hand before taking a measurement can cause the device to warm up. This means the measurement could be incorrect.

Influences on body temperature

  • A person’s individual metabolism
  • Age

Body temperature is higher in babies and toddlers than in adults. Greater temperature fluctuations occur faster and more often in children. Normal body temperature decreases with age.

  • Clothing
  • Outside temperature
  • Time of day

Body temperature is lower in the morning and increases throughout the day towards evening.

  • Activities

Physical and, to a lesser extent, mental activities increase body temperature.

Beurer tip
Taking the body temperature provides a current measurement of a person’s temperature. If you are uncertain about interpreting the results or if the values are abnormal (e.g. fever), please consult your doctor. This also applies in the case of slight temperature changes if there are other symptoms of illness such as agitation, severe sweating, flushed skin, fast pulse rate, tendency to collapse, etc.

5. Unit description

1. Display
2. MODE/MEM button
3. On/Off button
4. LIGHT/SET button
5. SCAN button
6. Measuring sensor
7. Battery compartment lock
8. Battery compartment lid

Unit description
Buttons

5.1 Display description
1 Object temperature mode
2 Room temperature mode
3 Forehead temperature mode
4 Acoustic signal symbol
5 Year
6 Memory function
7 Date
8 Battery level
9 Temperature/memory space number display
10 Celsius/Fahrenheit measurement unit
11 Measurement ≥ 38.0°C (≥100.4°F) “fever”
12 Measurement < 38.0°C (<100.4°F) “no fever”
13 Illuminated display symbol
14 Year/date/time display

Display description

6. Initial use
If provided, pull out the battery insulating strip at the battery compartment or remove the protective film from the battery and insert the battery with the correct polarity.
Batteries After a brief self-test and two short beeps the thermometer is ready for forehead measurement.

7. Switching on and setting the thermometer
Briefly press the On/Off button .
After a brief self-test and two short beeps the thermometer is ready for forehead measurement.
The device always starts up in forehead temperature mode .

7.1 Setting the basic functions
This menu allows you to set the following functions individually, one after another.

Setting the basic functions
Setting

8. Forehead measurement
Briefly press the On/Off button .
After a brief self-test and two short beeps the device is ready for forehead temperature measurement. The device is in forehead temperature mode. This is indicated by the symbol.

Beurer tip
Remember that
• physical activity, increased perspiration on the forehead, taking vasoconstrictive medication and skin irritations can distort the result,
• the forehead, or the temples, must be free from perspiration and cosmetics.

Hold the thermometer 2 to 3 cm from the measuring point. Press the SCAN button and move the thermometer from side to side over the forehead area (fig. 8).
During measurement you will hear short beeps (only if the acoustic signal is activated), which signal that the thermometer has found a new highest measurement.
End of measurement is signalled by a long beep.
Release the SCAN button.

Fig. 8

You can now read the measured value.
In addition to the temperature, the fever or no fever symbols also appear in the display:
The no fever symbol indicates that the body temperature is within normal range; the fever symbol indicates a measurement equal to or higher than 38°C (100.4°F), which triggers a temperature alarm.
If the acoustic signal is switched on, three beeps will sound once the measurement is complete if the temperature is equal to or higher than 38°C (100.4 °F).
The measuring time is usually 2 seconds but may take up to 30 seconds.
When two short beeps sound and the forehead symbol stops flashing, the device is ready to take another measurement.
The measurement is automatically saved with the date/time and the “fever” / “no fever” classification.

8.1 Displaying saved measurements
The device only stores measurements in forehead temperature mode . The device automatically stores the values from the last 60 measurements. When 60 storage places are exceeded the oldest value is deleted.

The memory can be called up as follows:

  • With the thermometer switched on, press and hold the MODE/MEM button for 5 seconds. The most recent measurement is displayed.
  • With each subsequent pressing of the MODE/MEM button, first the storage space number is displayed followed by the measurement upon release.
  • In the upper line, the time and date are displayed alternately.

9. Measuring object temperature / room temperature

Measuring object temperature

10. Error messages

Error messages

11. Batteries
The device requires two AAA (LR03) batteries.

Batteries
  • Open the battery compartment. Use a pointed object to press down on the battery compartment lock and at the same time slide the battery compartment downwards.
  • Take the used batteries out of the battery compartment.
  • Insert new batteries. Make sure that the batteries are inserted the right way round.
  • Close the battery compartment.
  • The empty, completely flat batteries must be disposed of through specially designated collection boxes, recycling points or electronics retailers. You are legally required to dispose of the batteries.
  • The codes below are printed on batteries containing harmful substances: Pb = Battery contains lead, Cd = Battery contains cadmium, Hg = Battery contains mercury.

12. Cleaning the device

  • The measuring sensor is the most sensitive part of the thermometer. Take great care of the measuring sensor when cleaning the device.
  • Do not use any harsh cleaning products.
  • Always observe all safety notes for user and device w 3. Warnings and Safety

Clean the measuring sensor after each use. Use a clean cloth or cotton bud that can be moistened with disinfectant or 70 % alcohol.
To clean the entire device, please use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild soapy solution. Under no circumstances may liquid enter the device. Do not use the device again until it is completely dry.

13. Storing the device
The device must not be stored or used at an excessively high or low temperature or humidity (see technical specifications), in sunlight, in association with an electrical current or in dusty locations. Otherwise inaccuracies can occur. If prolonged storage is planned, you should remove the batteries.

14. Disposing of the device
• For environmental reasons, do not dispose of the device in the household waste at the end of its useful life. Dispose of the unit at a suitable local collection or recycling point. Dispose of the device in accordance with EC Directive – WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). If you have any questions, please contact the local authorities responsible for waste disposal.

15. Technical Data
If the device is used other than in accordance with the specifications, perfect functioning cannot be guaranteed! The accuracy of this thermometer has been carefully checked and developed with regard to a long useful life. If using the device for commercial medical purposes, it must be regularly tested for accuracy by appropriate means. Precise instructions for checking accuracy may be requested from the service address. We reserve the right to make technical changes to improve and develop the product.

Technical Data

The serial number is located on the device or in the battery compartment.

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