LVSTALLATION 01“ BATTERY
INSTALLATION OF BATTERY
When the battery is partially discharged, the icon for low battery will appear on the lower part of the screen. Although the battery can
still be used, it should be changed as soon as possible, (Refer to Picture 6.1) When the charge in the battery is lower than the minimal
value, the "Lo" symbol will be displayed on the screen, the battery icon flashes and a “beep” 1s emitted (Refer to Picture 6.2). Until a
new battery is inserted, the thermometer cannot be used.
CHANGING THE BATTERY
DISPLAY SYMBOLS AND MEANINGS
To take out the old battery open the battery cover (Refer to Picture 6.3.)
Put in a new CR2032 lithium battery with negative (-) terminal downward into the battery seat.
{Refer to the Picture 6.4)
Note,
To dispose of old batteries or the whole thermometer, please comply with your local
environmental procedures.
(Picture 6.1) (Picture 6.2)
(Picture 6.3) (Picture 6.4)
CHANGING THE MEASUREMENTS BETWEEN °C AND °F
The infrared thermometer can display temperature measurements on either the “C or °F scale. To change the measurement scale
between °C and °F, press and hold the power and scan button for 5 seconds, The display will alternately flash °C or °F, Select the
appropriate scale by pressing the power & scan button again. Wail for 3 seconds and the thermometer will automatically enter the
measurement mode.
Note:
The thermometer provides both Fahrenheit and Celsius units
TECHNICAL DATA
Model SINFR 107
Measurement range of body temperature
320°C =429°C
Precision of body temperature measurement
10.2°C: 35.5°C— 41 0°C
103°C: 320°C =354"Cor41.1°C=429°C
Resolution of display
0.1°C/0.1°F
Temperature scope ol operating environment
10°C - 40°C
Storage environment
-20°C to 55°C, RH 95% or below
Power supply
1 x 3V CR2032 Lithium battery
Classification
Ila (MDD. Annex IX, rule 10)
Reference criteria
EN12470-5: 2003
ASTM E 1965-08
TEC/EN 60601-1 (Safety)
IEC/EN 60601-1-2 (ЕМС)
ENS80: 2003 (Graphical Symbols)
ISO 14971: 2000 (Risk Analysis)
CE 0843
high or too low.
working temperature
scope of the device,
The quantity of electrical
charge is nol sufficient.
Though the battery can
still be used, it should
be changed as soon as
possible.
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last measurement stored in the | for use,
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и (В) " ------ fever icon Measured temperature the measured object is
too hugh. higher than 42.9°C.
When the temperature of
Measured temperature the measured object is lower
too low, than 32°C, Please also refer
to battery low symbol.
When the environment
Ambient temperature too temperature exceeds the
The quantity of electrical
charge of the battery is lower
than the minimal value,
Unless you change the
battery, you cannot use the
thermometer Lo conduct
measurements,
Please also refer to
measured temperature too
low symbol.
QUALITY ASSURANCE AND WARRANTY
I. Your thermometer has a one year warranty from the date you purchase the product.
2. Failures resulting from misuse are not covered by the warranty ¢.g.:
* Unauthorised opening of the product.
* Damage to the product.
* Improper use of the thermometer not in accordance with the directions.
* Repairs conducted by companies other than our company, or agents not authorised by our company.
3. When your product needs to be repaired, please contact our company or agents authorised by our company. You can enjoy after-sales
services when it is returned complete and in its original packaging with prepaid postage. The product must be accompanied by a proof
of purchase, either a stamped warranty card or other proof of purchase (for example, an invoice or detailed till receipt).
4. Repairs outside the warranty scope will be charged accordingly.
Manufacturer
CIGA Healthcare Ltd
Éilcran House
Kildowney Road
Ballymena BT44 9EY, UK
Customer Care Line 0800 0430318
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Number: INS INFR 107/A
Infrared Thermometer
and Clock | REF INS INFR 107 | English |
PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS * It is recommended to use
. . your thumb and forefinger
* Multi-functions: The thermometer can be used to measure ear, to push both sides of the
forehead and room temperature and to show the time. ( Power / Scan from comer, fem pull and
Button y
* Accuracy and speed: It measures the temperature 512 times per
second, conducts intelligent analysis of the measurements and displays ~ á
the result in one second. 77 Label BAC
* Convenience and ease of use: One-key design means the thermometer - >
is easy use, and it does not require probe covers therefore it is more Time Seting___
economical, more convenient and simpler to use.
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* Easy cleaning: The probe end is waterproof. The thermometer should ||| > < ||| Cover
be cleaned after use with a clean cloth or paper moistened with water or | | Pront Cover®
alcohol. Do not dip the whole thermometer into liquids. ‘
* Automatic display of memory: Each time the thermometer is turned r Probe
on it will automatically display the last measurement.
Fever Alarm: When the measured temperature exceeds 38.0°C, the
thermometer will send out one long “beep” and two short ones, and the N,
display will show the fever icon.
CAUTION: Read the instructions completely before using the Base Stand
thermometer.
SAFETY AND CARE OF THE THERMOMETER
1. The probe end is waterproof. The thermometer must be cleaned after use with a clean cloth or paper moistened with water or alcohol.
Do not dip the whole thermometer into liquids.
. Do not expose the device to extreme temperatures for too long, for instance, in the car in direct sunlight.
. Do not let it fall on to hard surfaces or bang it against something hard.
. Do not touch the lens of the probe with your fingers.
. Do not take the device apart.
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PRECAUTIONS ON MEASURING
. The device is designed to be used without probe covers, which are not required.
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. Clean the probe after use, as directed, to protect it from earwax, sweat and oil stains. If not, the infrared measurement may be affected.
. Do not measure body temperature within 30 minutes after eating a meal, doing sports or taking a bath.
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. When changing environment (for instance, from indoors to outdoors), wait for about 30 minutes in the new environment before
measuring the temperature.
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. Constant measurements can be made at one minute intervals. It is normal for variations to occur in constant measurements with short
intervals. An average value can be taken as the result.
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. There 1s no absolute standard value of body temperature. Please measure body temperatures at ordinary times to determine whether
or not a fever is present.
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. When the environmental temperature exceeds the working temperature range of the device, the device will show "Err" symbols.
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. When the temperature measured is lower than 32°C, the “Lo” symbol will be displayed on the screen; when the temperature measured
is higher than 42.9°C, the “Hi” symbol will be displayed on the screen.
DISPLAY OF TIME AND ROOM TEMPERATURE
Set the time when you use the device for the first time or when you re-install the
battery. The function for displaying the room temperature and time will automatically
start up.
1. Setting the Time
Open the battery cover on the back, press the time-setting button to start hour (hour
number flashes) and minute (minute number flashes) setting, press the scanning
button on the front to adjust the numbers. (Refer to the Pictures 5.1 & 5.2)
2. Mode of display
When the time has been set, the thermometer will display the time and environmental
temperature in turn while it is not being used to measure body temperature. (Refer
to the Pictures 5.3 & 5.4)
MEASUREMENT OF BODY TEMPERATURE FROM
EAR TEMPERATURE
. When the system is showing the time / room temperature display, press the
scanning button and the last temperature measurement will be displayed.
After two “beeps” the system enters into the measurement mode.
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. Remove the probe cap; the thermometer is now in the ear measurement mode.
(Refer to the Picture 5.5)
3. When measuring the ear temperature, put the probe into the ear first (refer to
the Picture 5.6), then press the scanning button. One second later you will hear
a “beep” and you can take out the thermometer. The measurement is now completed.
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. When the measured temperature exceeds 38.0°C, the thermometer will send out
one long “beep” and two short ones; the display will then show the fever icon.
(Refer to the Picture 5.7)
Notes:
1. Keep the probe surface clean, or the measurement may be inaccurate.
2. Clean the probe with a clean cloth or paper moistened with water or alcohol,
and take measurements only after the probe surface is completely dry.
MEASUREMENT OF BODY TEMPERATURE FROM
FOREHEAD TEMPERATURE
. When the system is showing the time / room temperature display, press the
scanning button and the last temperature measurement will be displayed.
The system then sends out two “beeps” and enters into the measurement mode.
(Refer to Pictures 5.8 & 5.9)
2
. Making sure the probe cap is on, press the scan button to measure the forehead
temperature. (Refer to Picture 5.11.1)
3. When measuring the forehead temperature, hold in the scanning button, put
the end of the probe cap vertically on one temple with gentle pressure, and move
it to the other temple across the forehead. Release the scanning button and the
measurement will be shown. (Refer to the Pictures 5.11.1 - 5.11.3)
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. When the measured temperature exceeds 38.0°C, the thermometer will send out
one long “beep” and two short ones; the display will then show the fever icon.
(Refer to Picture 5.12)
Notes:
When the product is used to measure forehead temperature the reading is for
reference only, since the skin temperature can be significantly affected by the
room temperature.
If the forehead is damp, the measured temperature may not be accurate.
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