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iHealth Infrared No-Touch Forehead Thermometer

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Easily take a person’s temperature with the iHealth Infrared No-Touch Forehead Thermometer. Complete with three built-in sensors, this device accurately measures IR energy that comes from the forehead. The iHealth thermometer uses an ultra-sensitive infrared sensor to collect over 100 data points per second. Likewise, the extra environmental and distance sensors help make the right adjustments to deliver accurate readings. Offering exceptionally fast readings, the iHealth thermometer provides feedback in just one second. Simply hold it within one inch of the forehead, aim it at the center and press the button to start measuring. The device gently vibrates when the reading is complete. Moreover, the white color-coded LED indicator and readings are illuminated on the device, making it easy to see in the dark. Finally, the no-touch forehead thermometer presents a safe and hygienic way to monitor body temperature.

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Mark Myerson
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LED Screen
5.39 x 1.34 x 1.54 Inches
3.17 Ounces
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