INSTRUCTION MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer
Model : KI-8280
Safety Instructions....................................1
Device Description and Intended Use.......3
About Body Temperature..........................4
Device and Display Overview....................4
Quick Start.............................................5
Explanation of Symbols............................6
Battery Installation....................................7
Setting......................................................8
Changing Modes/Setting.......................8
Setting °C or °F Scale..........................11
Memory Functions.............................11
Use.......................................................12
Measurement Consideration..............12
Taking a Measurement......................13
Cleaning................................................14
Care and Storage...................................14
Product Specification.............................15
Troubleshooting.....................................16
Warranty................................................17
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
1. Read the entire instruction manual
before trying to operate the device.
2. The device is delivered non-sterile;
please clean the device before
measuring.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
3. Stop using the device if malfunctions
appear or if it operates abnormally.
4. Children should not use the device
without the supervision of an adult.
5. Do not use the device when flammable
materials are around.
6. Do not place the device on scarred
tissue, open wounds or abrasions.
7. S o m e m e d i c a t i o n s m a y c a u s e a
rise in skin temperature which can
consequently lead to incorrect
measurements..
8. Taking a measurement after skin has
been exposed to an extreme condition
such as direct exposure to sunlight,
fireplace/ heater or air conditioner flow,
may lead to incorrect readings.
9. If the device has been kept or stored
in extreme temperatures, wait at least
one hour for the device to return to
room temperature before measuring.
lower than the room temperature, a
false reading may occur.
5. To ensure the best performance of
the device, please follow the Product
Specification (on pg. 15) “Storage
Environment” regarding temperature
and humidity ranges for storing the
device.
6. Dispose of the device and batteries
according to your local regulatory or
environmental protection agency.
7. For maximal performance of the
device, we recommend a regular check
up and device calibration every two
years.
CAUTION
1. Do not scrape or scratch the Sensor
Lens as it will hamper the effectiveness
of the device.
2. Do not dismantle the device except
when replacing the batteries.
3. Wait at least thirty minutes after
exercising, bathing or eating before
taking a measurement.
4. If the subject’s body temperature is
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DEVICE DESCRIPTION
AND INTENDED USE
The non-contact infrared thermometer
is an electronic device designed to
absorb the infrared from human body to
detect your temperature. It is intended to
measure the human body temperature
for infants and adults without contact to
human body. It can be used by consumers
in household environment and doctor in
clinic as reference.
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ABOUT BODY
TEMPERATURE
A person’s normal body temperature
can range from 35.5°C to 37.8°F
(95.9°Cto 100.0°F) throughout the day.
We recommend taking your temperature
at different times during the day when
you are NOT sick. This will give you
a preliminary reference to know what
your normal temperature is and how it
fluctuated during a normal day. Then,
when you feel sick or discomfort, knowing
this will provide an index for a reliable
diagnosis of a fever.
DEVICE AND DISPLAY
OVERVIEW
EXPLANATION OF
SYMBOLS
Display Overview
Waiting for Setting
Measuring
Beeper On/Off
Offset Adjustment
Low Battery
Power Off
Type BF Applied Part
Quick Start
DEVICE AND DISPLAY
OVERVIEW
Device Overview
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1. Install battery into the device. Make
sure the polarity (+ and -) of the battery
matches as shown in the battery
compartment.
2. P r e s s a n d r e l e a s e t h e P O W E R
button, you will hear a short beep. The
measuring process will begin after
the hourglass disappears, you hear
two short beeps and either °C or °F
appears.
3. Aim the Probe toward the forehead or
object approximately 5cm from surface,
then press and release the POWER
Button to record the measurement.
4. Read the temperature on the display.
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BATTERY INSTALLATION
WARNING
1. U s e o n l y s a m e t y p e o f a l k a l i n e
batteries to avoid incompatibility.
2. Replace with 2 new AAA batteries at
the same time when the low battery
indicator appears.
3. The memories will be erased after
replacing the batteries.
4. Remove the batteries if the device is
not likely to be used for a long period
of time.
5. Do not dispose of battery in a fire. The
battery may explode.
Warning and Caution
MMYY
Lot Number composed by
month(M) and year(Y) of
manufacture
Manufacturer
Authorized
Representative in the
European Community
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1. Remove the battery cover to insert
batteries.
2. C o n f i r m t h e p o l a r i t y ( + a n d - ) o f
batteries is correct as indicated inside
the compartment and insert batteries
accordingly.
3. Replace the battery cover.
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SETTING
SETTING
SETTING
Changing Modes/Settings
Object temperature mode
The device has four modes/settings: 1.
Forehead mode 2. Object temperature
mode 3. Beeper On/Off setting 4. Offset
setting
The default mode is Forehead mode.
This mode is intended to measure the
temperature of object surface. This mode
is not intended for determining human
body temperature.
1. Press and release the POWER Button
to turn on device.
2. Press and hold the Memory/Mode
Button firmly for about 3 seconds.
3. Continue to press and release the
Memory/Mode Button to switch between
the four modes/settings.
Forehead mode
This mode is intended to measure the
temperature of forehead.
1. When switching between the four
modes/settings, simply stop pressing
the button when the screen show
.
2. The device is now ready to measure
forehead temperature.
Refer to USE section on page 12 under
Measurement Consideration. Carefully
read and follow these instructions.
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1. When switching between four modes/
settings, simply stop pressing the button
when the screen shows
.
2. The device is now ready to measure the
surface of object temperature.
Beeper On/Off
The default for beeper is ON. You may
switch it off to avoid disturbing the patient
or others.
1. When switching between the four
modes/settings, simply stop pressing
the button when the screen shows
.
2. After the
disappears, the device
will show on. Press and release the
Memory/Mode Button to show OFF.
Press the POWER Button to confirm
sound is off.
3. To turn the sound back on, repeat step
1 above.
4. After the
disappears, the device
will show OFF. Press and release the
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SETTING
Memory/Mode Button to show on.
Press the POWER Button to confirm
sound is on.
Offset Setting
The device is capable to convert
measured forehead temperature reading
to oral temperature automatically. You
can apply this mode as a reference
temperature to other body sites such as
rectal, axillary, and auricular. Please use
other thermometer to measure your rectal,
axillary or auricular temperature to confirm
the temperature difference. Offset default
is zero (off).
Table 1
Body Sites
Oral
Rectal
Axillary
Auricular
Normal Temperatures
35.5°C ~37.4°C (95.9°F ~99.3°F)
36.2°C ~37.9°C (97.1°F ~100.2°F)
35.0°C ~37.0°C (95°F ~98.6°F)
35.7°C ~37.9°C (96.2°F ~100.2°F)
1. When switching between the four
modes/settings, simply stop pressing
4. It increases 0.1°C (0.2°F) by pressing
the offset manually.
5. Press and release the Memory/Mode
Button to turn the offset off.
6. The device will beep twice indication it
is ready to begin a new measurement.
Setting °C or °F Scale
1. You may only set/reset the °C or °F
scale when the device in Forehead
mode or Object mode.
2. After device is powered on, press and
release the Memory/Mode button, then
immediately press and release the
Power Button to switch the temperature
scale.
3. Device is now ready to measure a
temperature.
4. Repeat step 2 above to switch back and
forth.
Memory Functions
2. Press the Memory/Mode Button to
start offset alignment when symbol
disappears.
3. Press the POWER Button to increase
offset within range from +1°C to -1°C
(+2°F to -2°F).
Recalling Memories
1. Memory recall can only be used when
the device is in Forehead mode or
Object mode.
2. After device has been powered on,
simply press and release the Memory/
Mode Button to show readings stored in
memory.
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the button when the screen shows
.
SETTING
3. When finished viewing memory, you
may use the device as explained in #3
of Quick Start (pg.5).
Deleting Memories
Data stored in the memory will disappear
after replacing the batteries.
USE
Measurement Consideration
CAUTION
1. Forehead site must be dry and clean,
free of sweat and cosmetics prior to
taking measurement.
2. Hair should be held back from forehead
site before taking measurement.
Aim the probe center at the temple (around
2 cm above eyebrow tail) or object surface.
Keep the probe away from skin or object
surface around 5cm.
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USE
Taking a Measurement
1. Press and release the POWER Button
to turn on the device.
2. A l l s y m b o l s s h o u l d
appear on the display.
3. Aim the Probe toward the forehead or
object, approximately 5cm from surface,
then press and release the POWER
Button to record the measurement.
4. The measurement is complete when
you hear “Di Di”-“Di Di” sounds.
5. Yo u c a n t a k e n e x t m e a s u r e m e n t
instantly.
6. The temperature and back light color
shows on the display.
7. The color of the back light is determined
by measurement reading. Please refer
to Table 2.
Table 2
USE
9. The device will automatically power off
after 60 seconds of no use.
CLEANING
1. Use a cloth dampened with water or
neutral detergent to clean and dry the
device and Lens.
2. Do not use thinner, benzene, and other
harsh cleaners for cleaning the device.
3. Do not immerse the device in water
or liquid of any kind. The device is
not water proof.
CARE AND STORAGE
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
Measurement Sites
Measurement
Distance
Measurement Time
Display Resolution
Measurement Scale
Forehead and Object
Warranty
1 year
Classification
Internally powered equipment
Type BF Applied Part
3 ~ 8cm
1 second
0.1°C (0.1°F)
°C / °F
Forehead mode :
32.2 ~ 43.3°C (90 ~ 110°F)
Measurement Range
Object mode :
0 ~ 100°C (32 ~ 212°F)
Forehead mode :
32.2 ~ 43.3°C (90 ~ 110°F)
Accuracy
±0.2°C(0.4°F)
Object mode :
0 ~ 100°C (32 ~ 212°F) ± 1°C (2°F)
Memory
10 sets
Auto Shut Off
After 60 seconds
Operation
10 ~ 40°C (50 ~ 104°F)
Environment
15 ~ 95%RH (non condensing)
-25 ~ +55°C (-13 ~ +131°F)
Storage Environment
15 ~ 95%RH (non-condensing)
Power Source
2 AAA 1.5Volt batteries
Battery Life
Approx. 1000 measurement cycles
138 x 90 x 45 mm
Dimension
( 5.43 x 3.54 x 1.77 in )
Weight
132g (4.66oz) including batteries
8. In Forehead Mode Only: The device
will continuously beep a fever alarm if
the temperature reading is over 37.5°C
(99.5°F).
1. DO NOT drop or crush the device. It is
not shock proof.
2. DO NOT dismantle or attempt to modify
the device.
3. DO NOT store the device in an extreme
environment with direct sunlight, very
high or low temperatures or in a place
with high moisture/humidity or dust.
4. Please contact your local agent or
distributor if the device does not
function as described in this manual.
This device complies with all requirements
of ASTM E1965-98 Standard Specification
for Infrared Thermometers for Intermittent
Determination of Patient Temperature, EN
12470-5 Clinical thermometers - Part 5 :
Performance of Infra-red ear thermometers
(with maximum device)
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Temperature Reading
Back Light
Color
°C
°F
T ≦ 37.1
T ≦ 98.9
Green
37.2 ≦ T ≦ 37.4 99 ≦ T ≦ 99.4
Yellow
T ≧ 37.5
T ≧ 99.5
Red
TROUBLESHOOTING
The reading is over 43.3°C
(110°F). Please wait a few
minutes and measure again.
The reading is under 32.2°C
(90°F). Please wait a few
minutes and measure again.
The ambient temperature
i s o u t o f th e Ope r ation
Environment range. Please
use the device in an ambient
temperature of 10°C to 40°C
(50°F to 104°F).
WARRANTY
Warranty:
The device comes with a one year
warranty if it is operated under normal
circumstances without evidence of
tampering. See exclusions below.
Warranty exclusions:
1. If user does not properly operate the
device according to the instructions as
described in this manual.
2. If the device shows signs of tampering
or attempted modification.
3. Improper handing, such as dropping,
liquid or cleaner damage.
4. Natural disasters (such as fire, flood,
earthquake, thunder strike).
5. If you do not have a receipt or proof of
purchase showing date of purchase.
The device self-diagnostic
is failed. Please contact the
distributor.
REV. 20111213
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PN.
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