AccuTherm™ MEDI-Scan Clinical Forehead InfraredThermometer

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MEDI-Scan Clinical Forehead Infrared Thermometer

FDA Cleared

Non-Contact Forehead IR Thermometer is specially designed to take the body temperature of a person regardless of room temperature.
Ensure accurate and stable body temperature readings, which is particular efficient for quickly screening the temperature of groups of people, newborns and very young children.
From a distance of around 5cm all you have to do is point toward the forehead and read the temperature on the LCD screen.


Medi-Scan Thermometer User Guide 



  • FDA 510K Certified
  • Selectable °Celsius or °Fahrenheit scale
  • Guaranteed for 40,000 Measurements
  • Selectable Body or Surface temperature mode
  • Set alarm value for Audible Alarm
  • Memorization of 32 measurements
  • Automatic Data Hold
  • Auto Power Off
  • Automatic Selection Range
  • Display Resolution 0.1°C (0.1°F)
  • Backlight LCD Display
  • FDA, CE, FCC Certifications


Normal Conditions of Use
Display Resolution 0.1°C (0.1°F)
Response Time 0.5 Sec
Operating Temperature 10 to 40°C (50 to 104°F)
Storage Temperature 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Humidity Rate <85%
Power DC 3V (2 x "AAA" batteries)
Size 149 x77 x43 mm / 5.9 x 3.0 x 1.7 in (LxWx H)
Weight Gross 400g - Net 172g / 14.11oz - Net 6.06oz
Measuring Range
In Body Mode 32.0 to 42.5°C (90.0 to 108.0°F)
In Surface Temp Mode 0 to 60.0°C (32.0 to 140.0°F)
Accuracy ±0.3°C (±0.54°F)
Measuring Distance between 5 & 15 cm (1.9 & 5.9 in)
Automatic Stop 7sec.
Non-contact Body Infrared Thermometer Precision
According to ASTM
Standard E1965-1998
32.0 to 35.9°C / 93.2 to 96.6°F ± 0.3°C / 0.5°F
36.0 to 39.0°C / 96.8 to 102.2°F ±0.2°C / 0.4°F
39.0 to 42.5°C / 102.2 to 108.5°F ±0.3°C / 0.5°F



Q. What Body Temperature should I expect with an IR?
A. The average normal oral temperature is 98.6°F (37°C). ... An armpit (axillary) temperature is usually 0.5°F (0.3°C) to 1°F (0.6°C) lower than an oral temperature. A forehead (temporal) scanner is usually 0.5°F (0.3°C) to 1°F (0.6°C) lower than an oral temperature.
The National Institute of Health research said that a forehead thermometer's readings can become inaccurate if the child's forehead is sweating or if the child is moving. These two variables can be rather difficult to control when it comes to children. Multiple attempts of obtaining a temperature on same patient will not result in the exact same readings. This is normal. The likely hood of taking a subject temperature in the exact same, precise, position on the forehead, from the exact same distance will vary on multiple attempts.