Medicine infrared thermometer
An infrared thermometer is a non-contact temperature measurement device.
Infrared Thermometers detect the infrared energy emitted by all materials
— at temperatures above absolute zero, (0°Kelvin)
— and converts the energy factor into a temperature reading.
The most basic design consists of a lens to focus the infrared (IR) energy on to a detector,
which converts the energy to an electrical signal that can be displayed in units of
temperature after being compensated for ambient temperature variation.
This configuration facilitates temperature measurement from a distance
without contact with the object to be measured. As such, the infrared thermometer is
useful for measuring temperature under circumstances where thermocouples
or other probe type sensors cannot be used or do not produce accurate data for
a variety of reasons. Some typical circumstances are where the object to be
measured is moving; where the object is surrounded by an EM field, as in induction
heating; where the object is contained in a vacuum or other controlled atmosphere;
or in applications where a fast response is required.
1. Temperature range: 32 to 43 º C (93.2 º F to 109 º F)
2. Accuracy: ± 0.3 º C (± 0.6 º F)
3. Measuring distance: 5 ~ 15cm
4. Alarm function
5. Selectable º C / º F
6. Automatic shutdown
7. With a backlit LCD display
8.32 Data storage capabilities