Digital/Infrared Thermometers

AccuQuik™ is a CE,ISO, USFDA Digital/Infrared Thermometers manufacturer
As an American brand, AccuQuik™ places the highest priority on the quality of our Digital/Infrared Thermometers products. However,
as we look to serve the needs of the developing world, our test kits are manufactured in our India and China based facilities.

Digital/Infrared Thermometers

AccuQuik™ is a CE,ISO, USFDA Digital/Infrared Thermometers manufacturer
As an American brand, AccuQuik™ places the highest priority on the quality of our Digital/Infrared Thermometers products. However,
as we look to serve the needs of the developing world, our test kits are manufactured in our India and China based facilities.

Digital/Infrared Thermometers Features


Type:

Digital: Reading Scale: °C/°F, Fever Alarm,
Memory Recall: Last Reading, Auto-Off

Infrared (Ear): Measurement Range: 32-43°C,
Response Time: 2 sec., Reading Scale: °C/°F,
Fever Alarm, Memory Recall: Last 10 Readings

Infrared (Forehead): Measurement Range: 32-43°C,
Reading Scale: °C/°F, Fever Alarm,
Memory Recall: Last 10 Readings,
Display Size: 23.3×21.7mm, Date & Time,
Auto-Off, No Probe Covers Required

Infrared (Forehead): Measurement Range: 32-44°C,
Response Time: 1 sec., Reading Scale: °C/°F,
Fever Alarm, Auto/Manual Power-Off

Packaging: 1 piece/box

Digital/Infrared Thermometers

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Digital/Infrared Thermometers

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AccuQuik™ digital thermometers are accurate and easy to use appliances for measuring body temperatures for both clinical and home use. The thermometers are waterproof and are available as soft or rigid rods, with varying readout time periods. The infrared thermometers use infrared to allow for both ear and forehead temperature readings.

AccuQuik™ digital thermometers have the added bonus of being mercury free: mercury is a very poisonous chemical and is fairly expensive. Our digital thermometers are affordable and safe. Furthermore, mercury has a high freezing point and cannot be used in places where temperatures get very low. Digital thermometers are compact, stylish, do not harm the environment, and do not contain any dangerous chemicals. Compared to analog gauges, digital thermometers make it much easier to get a quick and accurate temperature reading.

Digital thermometers use a device known as a thermal resistor, an electrical device that changes its electrical resistance with changes in temperature. A small internal computer then determines the temperature of the thermal resistor by measuring the change in resistance. Infrared thermometers use infrared energy to measure the body temperature.

The forehead thermometer simply requires the flattened end of the device to be held against the person’s forehead until the device beeps. Forehead strip thermometers should be held against the forehead, and the temperature read off the strip whilst still held on the forehead.

The ear thermometer is equally as simple to use, requiring the tip of the device to be lightly inserted into the ear canal until the device beeps. Once the device has beeped then the temperature reading will be available. For the ear thermometer it is recommended to clean the end of the probe before inserting into the ear, but do not immerse it in water.

AccuQuik™ promotes the use of the Digital Thermometer.

AccuQuik™ Digital Thermometers

Available as digital or infrared

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AccuQuik™ digital thermometers are accurate and easy to use appliances for measuring body temperatures for both clinical and home use. The thermometers are waterproof and are available as soft or rigid rods, with varying readout time periods. The infrared thermometers use infrared to allow for both ear and forehead temperature readings.

AccuQuik™ digital thermometers have the added bonus of being mercury free: mercury is a very poisonous chemical and is fairly expensive. Our digital thermometers are affordable and safe. Furthermore, mercury has a high freezing point and cannot be used in places where temperatures get very low. Digital thermometers are compact, stylish, do not harm the environment, and do not contain any dangerous chemicals. Compared to analog gauges, digital thermometers make it much easier to get a quick and accurate temperature reading.

Digital thermometers use a device known as a thermal resistor, an electrical device that changes its electrical resistance with changes in temperature. A small internal computer then determines the temperature of the thermal resistor by measuring the change in resistance. Infrared thermometers use infrared energy to measure the body temperature.

The forehead thermometer simply requires the flattened end of the device to be held against the person’s forehead until the device beeps. Forehead strip thermometers should be held against the forehead, and the temperature read off the strip whilst still held on the forehead.

The ear thermometer is equally as simple to use, requiring the tip of the device to be lightly inserted into the ear canal until the device beeps. Once the device has beeped then the temperature reading will be available. For the ear thermometer it is recommended to clean the end of the probe before inserting into the ear, but do not immerse it in water.

AccuQuik™ promotes the use of the Digital Thermometer.

Digital:
Type 1: Rod: Rigid, Response Time: Normal (60 sec.)
Type 2: Rod: Rigid, Response Time: Fast (30 sec.)
Type 3: Rod: Rigid, Response Time: Extra-Fast (20 sec.)
Type 4: Rod: Soft, Response Time: Normal (60 sec.)
Type 5: Rod: Soft, Response Time: Fast (30 sec.)
Type 6: Rod: Soft, Response Time: Extra-Fast (20 sec.)

Infrared Ear:
Type 1: Display Size: 20.7×16.3mm, Probe Covers Included (15 pcs)
Type 2: Display Size: 22.6×18.9mm, Display: Illuminated, Date & Time, Probe Covers Included (15 pcs)
Type 3: Display Size: 22.6×18.9mm, Display: Illuminated, Date & Time, Probe Covers Not Included
Type 4: Display Size: 22.6×18.9mm, Display: Non-Illuminated, Date & Time, Probe Covers Included (15 pcs)
Type 5: Display Size: 22.6×18.9mm, Display: Non-Illuminated, Date & Time, Probe Covers Not Included
Type 6: Display Size: 27x12mm, Display: Illuminated, No Probe Covers Required

Infrared Forehead:
Type 1: Display Illuminated
Type 2: Display Non-Illuminated

Infrared Ear/Forehead:
Type 1: Forehead & Ear Automatic Switch, Memory Recall: Last 9 Readings, Display Size: 44x16mm, Display: Red, Yellow, Green Backlit, Date & Time
Type 2: Forehead & Ear Mode, Memory Recall: Last 10 Readings, Display Size: 134x16mm, Display: Illuminated, Low Voltage Warning

So Why Digital Thermometers

  • Convenient:

    When dealing with infants or someone in distress, taking a temperature can be difficult; however, use of digital in-ear thermometers is quick and convenient.

  • Accurate:

    AccuQuik™ digital thermometers take the temperature reading from the tympanic membrane (eardrum) which provides an accurate measurement because it shares the same blood supply as the brain.

  • Fast:

    Other kinds of thermometers can take minutes to retrieve accurate information; ours take only seconds to deliver rapid information. This is a big plus when dealing with infants or people in distress.

  • Simple:

    With just a click of a button, these thermometers are quick, convenient, and easy to use. The digital number read out gives an accurate and clear display.

  • Comfort:

    The in-ear and forehead thermometers are gentle and comfortable for sensitive ears or for toddlers who are more resistant to being probed in the mouth for temperature readings.

Digital/Infrared Thermometers FAQs



Why should I choose AccuQuik™ digital thermometers?
AccuQuik™ digital thermometers are very versatile for real world applications. They can be used to detect a fever, to detect abnormally low or high body temperatures in people who have been exposed to extreme conditions, to help monitor the effectiveness of medicine and to help plan for pregnancy by determining when a woman is ovulating. In situations when you need quick, easy, and accurate read outs, the digital infrared thermometers are a great choice.
How accurate are AccuQuik™ digital thermometers?
The thermometers are accurate to within ±0.1℃. Although the thermometers are very accurate, it is important to remember that the “normal” body temperature will vary between individuals. In addition to the normal body temperature ranging between individuals, other external factors will influence body temperature, such as hot drinks, baths and exercise. Any discrepancy in the reliability of the reading due to these factors cannot be attributed to the accuracy of the thermometers. The thermometer will read the current body temperature of the individual regardless of whether the fluctuated temperature is merely a temporary state due to other factors.
Which part of the body gives the most representative body temperature reading?
Rectal temperature readings are the most accurate and representative readings of body temperature, followed by an oral reading, then ear and then forehead. Although some of the readings are more accurate than others, they will all provide temperature readings that can be considered reliable indicators of the individual’s state of health.
What can affect the test?
It is important that the instructions are followed properly. The thermometer should be held in position until the device indicates the reading is finished, else an inaccurate reading will be given. The digital thermometers also require batteries, which should be charged to ensure a reliable reading. Also, taking a temperature within 20 minutes of drinking a hot or cold beverage, or within an hour of exercising or taking a hot bath, will affect the temperature reading.
What are the differences between mercury and digital thermometers?
The main advantage a digital thermometer has over mercury is a factor of safety. Mercury is a very poisonous chemical and is fairly expensive. The digital thermometers are very affordable, and give fast results. Furthermore, mercury has a high freezing point and cannot be used in places where the temperature gets very low. In addition, it is much easier to read the temperature recording from a digital thermometer than a mercury thermometer.
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