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warning: caution - HealthCheckSystems
RADIO AND TELEVISION INTERFERENCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residental installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relcoate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Dr. M m
03800
™
Please read the following instructions
and warnings carefully.
Keep this instruction manual
for future reference.
Requires 2 AAA batteries (included).
For Technical Support
Call 1-800-268-6237 or E-Mail at
[email protected]
For use with children
from birth and up.
You may also find helpful the following booklet, prepared by the FCC: “How to Identify
and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems”. This booklet is available from the US
Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Changes and modification not expressly approved by Summer Infant, Inc. can void
your authority to operate this equipment under Fderal Communications Commissions
rules.
This device complies with part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions; (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. C’et appareil
numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
© 2005 Summer Infant, Inc.
Summer Infant, Inc.
1275 Park East Drive
Woonsocket, RI 02895 USA
1-800-268-6237
Summer Infant Europe, Ltd.
Office Suite 6, Second Floor
Bournehall House, Bournehall Road
Bushey, Hertfordshire WD23 3HP
+44 (0) 208 420 4429
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Colors and styles may vary.
MADE IN CHINA.
Digital thermometer
manufactured by:
Polygreen Co. Ltd.
China
10/09
3 IN 1 FAMILY
THERMOMETER
WARNING:
• Cord poses a potential strangulation hazard to young
children. When not in use, store out of children’s reach.
• This product is not a toy. Do not allow children to play with it.
• This product contains small parts. Adult assembly required.
Exercise care when unpacking and assembling the product.
• Use of this thermometer is not intended as a substitute for
consultation with your physician.
• The thermometer is not waterproof! Never immerse
into liquids.
CAUTION:
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A TOY. ADULT SUPERVISION
IS REQUIRED. STORE AWAY FROM CHILD’S REACH.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (CONT.)
Operation and advantages
Important safety instructions
Page 2
Page 3
Warranty
Page 3
Features and Components
Control displays and symbols
Page 4
Page 5-6
Changing from Celsius to Fahrenheit & vice-versa
Measuring the temperature
How to recall 10 readings in memory mode
Cleaning and storage
Battery replacement
Technical specifications
Radio and Television Interference
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Page
Page
Features
Description
Beeper function
a. 1 beep sound is made when power
ON or OFF.
b. 5 beeps are made after the
measuring is completed.
Memory function
Turn on the unit. It will automatically
display the last reading for 2 seconds
after display check.
Auto Power-Off function
Around 3 and a half min. ±30 seconds
after the measurement is completed.
Out-of-range indication
Displays “Lo” when the measurement is
lower than 89.6°F (32°C) and “Hi” when
higher than 109.2°F (42.9°C)
Low battery indication
When the battery voltage drops to the
“ will appear
low level, the symbol “
on LCD.
Operating temperature
50~104°F (10~40°C), 15~95%R.H.
noncondension
Lighted Large Display: Large display with backlight makes the
thermometer easy to use & read.
Storage temperature
-4°F to 140°F (-20°C to +60°C)
Multiple Reading Recalls: Users will be able to recall the last 10 readings
when entering the recall mode, enabling tracking of temperature variation
more efficiently.
Self-test function
It runs automatically after power on.
Display “Err” when system malfunction.
Reference to standards
EN12470-3: 2000, clinical thermometers
ASTM E1112- 00 standard
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OPERATION AND ADVANTAGES
Complete a Measurement in 5/6/7 Seconds: The innovative predictive
technology incorporated in the thermometer allows calculation in 5/6/7
seconds (rectal/oral/underarm).
Ergonomic Probe Shape: Ergonomic probe shape for each measuring
site (oral, underarm, and rectal). This makes the measurement more
comfortable and reliable.
Accurate and Reliable: Accuracy of measurements with the thermometer
is comparable to that of a conventional pen-type one.
Fever Indicator: RED backlight will be on for 5 seconds if reading is
equal to or higher than 99.5°F (37.5°C).
Acoustic Signal: A beeper works to indicate readiness for use and end
of a measurement.
Dual Temperature Scale: The temerature scale can be switched from
Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice-versa.
Probe Detection Section: This device detects which probe is used and
displays the body site icon on the LCD.
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Please observe the applicable disposal regulations to dispose of the
instrument and the batteries.
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The 3 in 1 Family Thermometer is supplied with 2 “AAA” batteries.
Replace with new “AAA” batteries when the low battery symbol
appears on the LCD display.
• The performance of device may be degraded should one or more
of the following occur:
1. Remove the battery cover by depressing
tab and opening.
2. Remove old batteries and replace with
new ones.
3. Insert new equivalent battery type (AAA).
Clean the battery contacts and also those of the device prior to
battery installation. Ensure batteries are correctly positioned with
the “+” facing up towards the front of the unit. Carefully replace
the battery cover. Properly dispose of exhausted batteries, keeping
them from small children and heat.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Features
Description
Measuring range
89.6°F ~109.2°F (32°C ~42.9°C)
Resolution
0.1°F (0.1°C)
Accuracy
Comply with ASTM E1112-00 and
EN12470-3 requirement
Measurement time
Predict mode: 5 seconds in rectal
Regular mode: 10 seconds in rectal
Power source
1.5V AAA battery X2
Back light
1. Green light is on when the reading is
below 99.5°F (37.5°C)
2. Red light is on when the reading is
above 99.5°F (37.5°C)
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a) Operation and storage outside stated temperature and
humidity range
b) Mechanical shock; Patient temperature is below
ambient temperature.
• Never use the thermometer for purposes other than body
temperature measurement. Please follow the safety precautions
when using in on children.
• Always clean the thermometer probes before and after each use.
• Never immerse the thermometer or probes in water or other liquids
(not waterproof). For cleaning and disinfecting, please follow the
instructions in the “Cleaning and Storage” section of the instructions.
• Keep the thermometer and probes away from direct exposure to the
sun and keep in a dust-free, dry area at a temperature between
50°F-104°F, (10°C-40°C).
• Do not use the thermometer if there are signs of damage on the
probe tips or the thermometer itself. If damaged, do not attempt to
repair the thermometer! Please contact Summer Infant’s Consumer
Relations Department (see page 12 for contact information).
• This 3 in 1 Family Thermometer consists of high-quality precision parts.
• Do not drop the instrument! Protect it from severe impact and shock.
• Avoid the soft tips more than 45°.
• Avoid ambient temperature above 140°F (60°C).
WARRANTY
We grant you 1 year warranty after the date of purchase. This product
has been produced with the greatest care according to international
quality standards, established in the European Guideline for Medical
Products 93/42/EEC, and it was subjected to strict testing before
delivery. Should you nevertheless have reasons of complaint, please
send the thermometer together with the warranty certificate, filled out,
to the service address given on the back.
Any damage caused by improper handling shall not be covered by
the warranty. Batteries and packaging are also excluded from the
warranty. All other damage claims excluded. A warranty claim must be
submitted within the warranty period.
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Features and components
How to recall 10 readings in
memory mode
Front View
The 3 in 1 Family Thermometer can recall the last 10 readings.
To recall please follow the sequence.
Probe Handle
Operation Sequence
LCD Display
Beeper/Backlight
Turn unit off and push
memory key. The reading,
measurement site symbol,
and M 1 are displayed
Beeper: one short beep
Back Light: On for
5 seconds
Push memory key again
to recall other memories
in sequence
Back Light: On for
5 seconds
LCD
Screen
Power
O/I
Main Unit
If there is no action after
press memory key and
goes to automatic shut
off in 1 minute.
Memory
Battery Cover
Cleaning and storing
Oral
Underarm
Rectal
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Probe
Tray
Side
View
Use a soft slightly moist cloth to clean the thermometer casing and the
measuring tip. Ensure that no liquid enters the interior of the thermometer. For disinfecting wipe the thermometer with approximately 70%
ethyl alcohol. Never use abrasive cleaning agents, thinners or benzene
for cleaning and never immerse the instrument in water or other cleaning liquids. Take care not to scratch the surface of the LCD.
Remove the batteries from the thermometer if it is not required
for extended periods of time in order to avoid damage to the
thermometer resulting from a leaking battery.
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Measuring the Temperature (Cont.)
5. For rectum measurement
When correctly used your thermometer is able to accurately measure
the temperature in the Rectal in approximately 5 seconds.
Control displays and symbols
LCD Display
Display Meaning
All segments displayed
Press the O/I button to turn
on the unit. All segments
will be shown for 2
seconds.
Recall of last reading
Show last reading
for 2 seconds
Probe detection
The device detects which
probe is used and
displays the body site
icon.
Ready-for-measurement
Ready-for-measurement
Completion of
a measurement
5 short beeps and then
green backlight on for
5 seconds when the
temperature is lower than
99.5°F (37.5C)
Completion of a
measurement by
regular mode
During measurement, if
irregular action such as
movement of the body
which produce abnormal
data is detected, the
device will enter regular
measurement mode with
the body icon
disappeared and one
beeper alarm.
a. Move the two cheeks of the buttocks somewhat apart with one hand
and carefully introduce the measuring tip not more than 1.5cm (less for
babies and small children) in the rectum. A lubricant (cream) can be
used if required.
b. The measuring tip must be in complete contact with the mucus
membrane. Do not move the measuring tip so as not to injure the
mucous membrane. Holding the measuring tip still guarantees rapid
and accurate measurement.
6. While measuring the temperature the LCD display following. These
indicate that measuring is in progress.
Note: If the measuring tip is moved during the measuring process, the
measuring time is extended in order to enable accurate temperature
measurement.
7. Once the final measured temperature has been obtained five short
beep are heard and green back light is on for 5 seconds if the reading below 99.5°F (37.5°C), or red back light is on for 5 seconds if the
reading is above 99.5°F (37.5°C) with 15 short beep sound.
8. To switch off the thermometer, briefly press the O/I button.
If this is not done, the thermometer switches off automatically after
approximately 3 and half minutes.
BATTERY WARNING:
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix alkaline, standard, or rechargable batteries.
• Remove batteries when product is stored for long periods of
time or when batteries are exhausted.
• Dispose of exhausted batteries properly.
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Description
5
CONTROL DISPLAYS AND SYMBOLS
Fever alarm
15 short beeps and then
red backlight on for 5
seconds when the
temperature is higher than
99.5°F (37.5°C) in order
to alert the patient that
he/she may have a fever.
Low battery indication
When the battery voltage
drops to the low level, the
symbol “
“ will
appear on LCD to remind
user to change battery
Error detection
1. The device detects
problem on the circuit.
2. The probe does not
connect well.
IMPORTANT: The thermometer is not waterproof.
CHANGING FROM CELCIUS TO
FARENHEIT AND VICE VERSA
The 3 in 1 Family Thermometer can display temperature
measurements in either Fahrenheit or Celsius.
To switch the scale from °C to °F or vise versa, press the O/I button for
more than 3 seconds, and the unit is changed from °C to °F, then the
device enters to measuring mode automatically.
MEASURING THE TEMPERATURE
Your 3 in 1 Family Thermometer will always attempt first to calculate
the temperature with the predictive technology in Prediction mode.
If correct measurement in the Prediction mode is repeatedly
impossible (e.g. failure to position the probe adequately) the
instrument automatically switches to Regular mode.
In this mode the temperature is determined as with a conventional
digital medical thermometer by extending the measuring time.
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MEASURING THE TEMPERATURE (CONT.)
1. Connect the right probe for the measuring site you would like to take
the temperature of before turning on the device by connecting probe
to probe handle.
2. Turn on the device and it automatically displays all segments, last
reading and check circuit before it is ready for measurement.
3. Oral measurement
When correctly used your thermometer is able to accurately measure
the temperature in the mouth in approximately 6 seconds.
a. Carefully introduce the measuring tip in
the slightly opened mouth of the patient.
When doing so the measuring tip must be
positioned as Instantly as possible in one of
the two warming pockets to the left or right
next to the frenulum of the tongue. Now lightly
close the lips around the measuring tip.
Note: Among other things the measured temperature is dependent
on the position of the measuring tip in the mouth. The most accurate
temperature is obtained in the warming pockets to the left and right
next to the frenumum of the tongue. Breathing through the mouth and
taking food and drinks directly prior to measurement also influences
the temperature values obtained by oral measurement.
b. Keep the measuring tip in permanent contact with the mucous
membrane of the mouth during the entire measuring process.
Holding the measuring tip still guarantees rapid and accurate
measurement.
4. For underarm measurement
When correctly used your thermometer is able to measure the temperature in the underarm in approximately 6 seconds.
a. Wipe underarm with a dry towel.
b. Place probe tip in armpit and bring arm down against the body. The
probe should be pointing upward in the same direction as your body
if possible.
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CONTROL DISPLAYS AND SYMBOLS
Fever alarm
15 short beeps and then
red backlight on for 5
seconds when the
temperature is higher than
99.5°F (37.5°C) in order
to alert the patient that
he/she may have a fever.
Low battery indication
When the battery voltage
drops to the low level, the
symbol “
“ will
appear on LCD to remind
user to change battery
Error detection
1. The device detects
problem on the circuit.
2. The probe does not
connect well.
IMPORTANT: The thermometer is not waterproof.
CHANGING FROM CELCIUS TO
FARENHEIT AND VICE VERSA
The 3 in 1 Family Thermometer can display temperature
measurements in either Fahrenheit or Celsius.
To switch the scale from °C to °F or vise versa, press the O/I button for
more than 3 seconds, and the unit is changed from °C to °F, then the
device enters to measuring mode automatically.
MEASURING THE TEMPERATURE
Your 3 in 1 Family Thermometer will always attempt first to calculate
the temperature with the predictive technology in Prediction mode.
If correct measurement in the Prediction mode is repeatedly
impossible (e.g. failure to position the probe adequately) the
instrument automatically switches to Regular mode.
In this mode the temperature is determined as with a conventional
digital medical thermometer by extending the measuring time.
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MEASURING THE TEMPERATURE (CONT.)
1. Connect the right probe for the measuring site you would like to take
the temperature of before turning on the device by connecting probe
to probe handle.
2. Turn on the device and it automatically displays all segments, last
reading and check circuit before it is ready for measurement.
3. Oral measurement
When correctly used your thermometer is able to accurately measure
the temperature in the mouth in approximately 6 seconds.
a. Carefully introduce the measuring tip in
the slightly opened mouth of the patient.
When doing so the measuring tip must be
positioned as Instantly as possible in one of
the two warming pockets to the left or right
next to the frenulum of the tongue. Now lightly
close the lips around the measuring tip.
Note: Among other things the measured temperature is dependent
on the position of the measuring tip in the mouth. The most accurate
temperature is obtained in the warming pockets to the left and right
next to the frenumum of the tongue. Breathing through the mouth and
taking food and drinks directly prior to measurement also influences
the temperature values obtained by oral measurement.
b. Keep the measuring tip in permanent contact with the mucous
membrane of the mouth during the entire measuring process.
Holding the measuring tip still guarantees rapid and accurate
measurement.
4. For underarm measurement
When correctly used your thermometer is able to measure the temperature in the underarm in approximately 6 seconds.
a. Wipe underarm with a dry towel.
b. Place probe tip in armpit and bring arm down against the body. The
probe should be pointing upward in the same direction as your body
if possible.
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Measuring the Temperature (Cont.)
5. For rectum measurement
When correctly used your thermometer is able to accurately measure
the temperature in the Rectal in approximately 5 seconds.
Control displays and symbols
LCD Display
Display Meaning
All segments displayed
Press the O/I button to turn
on the unit. All segments
will be shown for 2
seconds.
Recall of last reading
Show last reading
for 2 seconds
Probe detection
The device detects which
probe is used and
displays the body site
icon.
Ready-for-measurement
Ready-for-measurement
Completion of
a measurement
5 short beeps and then
green backlight on for
5 seconds when the
temperature is lower than
99.5°F (37.5C)
Completion of a
measurement by
regular mode
During measurement, if
irregular action such as
movement of the body
which produce abnormal
data is detected, the
device will enter regular
measurement mode with
the body icon
disappeared and one
beeper alarm.
a. Move the two cheeks of the buttocks somewhat apart with one hand
and carefully introduce the measuring tip not more than 1.5cm (less for
babies and small children) in the rectum. A lubricant (cream) can be
used if required.
b. The measuring tip must be in complete contact with the mucus
membrane. Do not move the measuring tip so as not to injure the
mucous membrane. Holding the measuring tip still guarantees rapid
and accurate measurement.
6. While measuring the temperature the LCD display following. These
indicate that measuring is in progress.
Note: If the measuring tip is moved during the measuring process, the
measuring time is extended in order to enable accurate temperature
measurement.
7. Once the final measured temperature has been obtained five short
beep are heard and green back light is on for 5 seconds if the reading below 99.5°F (37.5°C), or red back light is on for 5 seconds if the
reading is above 99.5°F (37.5°C) with 15 short beep sound.
8. To switch off the thermometer, briefly press the O/I button.
If this is not done, the thermometer switches off automatically after
approximately 3 and half minutes.
BATTERY WARNING:
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix alkaline, standard, or rechargable batteries.
• Remove batteries when product is stored for long periods of
time or when batteries are exhausted.
• Dispose of exhausted batteries properly.
8
Description
5
Features and components
How to recall 10 readings in
memory mode
Front View
The 3 in 1 Family Thermometer can recall the last 10 readings.
To recall please follow the sequence.
Probe Handle
Operation Sequence
LCD Display
Beeper/Backlight
Turn unit off and push
memory key. The reading,
measurement site symbol,
and M 1 are displayed
Beeper: one short beep
Back Light: On for
5 seconds
Push memory key again
to recall other memories
in sequence
Back Light: On for
5 seconds
LCD
Screen
Power
O/I
Main Unit
If there is no action after
press memory key and
goes to automatic shut
off in 1 minute.
Memory
Battery Cover
Cleaning and storing
Oral
Underarm
Rectal
4
Probe
Tray
Side
View
Use a soft slightly moist cloth to clean the thermometer casing and the
measuring tip. Ensure that no liquid enters the interior of the thermometer. For disinfecting wipe the thermometer with approximately 70%
ethyl alcohol. Never use abrasive cleaning agents, thinners or benzene
for cleaning and never immerse the instrument in water or other cleaning liquids. Take care not to scratch the surface of the LCD.
Remove the batteries from the thermometer if it is not required
for extended periods of time in order to avoid damage to the
thermometer resulting from a leaking battery.
9
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The 3 in 1 Family Thermometer is supplied with 2 “AAA” batteries.
Replace with new “AAA” batteries when the low battery symbol
appears on the LCD display.
• The performance of device may be degraded should one or more
of the following occur:
1. Remove the battery cover by depressing
tab and opening.
2. Remove old batteries and replace with
new ones.
3. Insert new equivalent battery type (AAA).
Clean the battery contacts and also those of the device prior to
battery installation. Ensure batteries are correctly positioned with
the “+” facing up towards the front of the unit. Carefully replace
the battery cover. Properly dispose of exhausted batteries, keeping
them from small children and heat.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Features
Description
Measuring range
89.6°F ~109.2°F (32°C ~42.9°C)
Resolution
0.1°F (0.1°C)
Accuracy
Comply with ASTM E1112-00 and
EN12470-3 requirement
Measurement time
Predict mode: 5 seconds in rectal
Regular mode: 10 seconds in rectal
Power source
1.5V AAA battery X2
Back light
1. Green light is on when the reading is
below 99.5°F (37.5°C)
2. Red light is on when the reading is
above 99.5°F (37.5°C)
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a) Operation and storage outside stated temperature and
humidity range
b) Mechanical shock; Patient temperature is below
ambient temperature.
• Never use the thermometer for purposes other than body
temperature measurement. Please follow the safety precautions
when using in on children.
• Always clean the thermometer probes before and after each use.
• Never immerse the thermometer or probes in water or other liquids
(not waterproof). For cleaning and disinfecting, please follow the
instructions in the “Cleaning and Storage” section of the instructions.
• Keep the thermometer and probes away from direct exposure to the
sun and keep in a dust-free, dry area at a temperature between
50°F-104°F, (10°C-40°C).
• Do not use the thermometer if there are signs of damage on the
probe tips or the thermometer itself. If damaged, do not attempt to
repair the thermometer! Please contact Summer Infant’s Consumer
Relations Department (see page 12 for contact information).
• This 3 in 1 Family Thermometer consists of high-quality precision parts.
• Do not drop the instrument! Protect it from severe impact and shock.
• Avoid the soft tips more than 45°.
• Avoid ambient temperature above 140°F (60°C).
WARRANTY
We grant you 1 year warranty after the date of purchase. This product
has been produced with the greatest care according to international
quality standards, established in the European Guideline for Medical
Products 93/42/EEC, and it was subjected to strict testing before
delivery. Should you nevertheless have reasons of complaint, please
send the thermometer together with the warranty certificate, filled out,
to the service address given on the back.
Any damage caused by improper handling shall not be covered by
the warranty. Batteries and packaging are also excluded from the
warranty. All other damage claims excluded. A warranty claim must be
submitted within the warranty period.
3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (CONT.)
Operation and advantages
Important safety instructions
Page 2
Page 3
Warranty
Page 3
Features and Components
Control displays and symbols
Page 4
Page 5-6
Changing from Celsius to Fahrenheit & vice-versa
Measuring the temperature
How to recall 10 readings in memory mode
Cleaning and storage
Battery replacement
Technical specifications
Radio and Television Interference
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
Features
Description
Beeper function
a. 1 beep sound is made when power
ON or OFF.
b. 5 beeps are made after the
measuring is completed.
Memory function
Turn on the unit. It will automatically
display the last reading for 2 seconds
after display check.
Auto Power-Off function
Around 3 and a half min. ±30 seconds
after the measurement is completed.
Out-of-range indication
Displays “Lo” when the measurement is
lower than 89.6°F (32°C) and “Hi” when
higher than 109.2°F (42.9°C)
Low battery indication
When the battery voltage drops to the
“ will appear
low level, the symbol “
on LCD.
Operating temperature
50~104°F (10~40°C), 15~95%R.H.
noncondension
Lighted Large Display: Large display with backlight makes the
thermometer easy to use & read.
Storage temperature
-4°F to 140°F (-20°C to +60°C)
Multiple Reading Recalls: Users will be able to recall the last 10 readings
when entering the recall mode, enabling tracking of temperature variation
more efficiently.
Self-test function
It runs automatically after power on.
Display “Err” when system malfunction.
Reference to standards
EN12470-3: 2000, clinical thermometers
ASTM E1112- 00 standard
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6-8
9
9
10
11
Page 12
OPERATION AND ADVANTAGES
Complete a Measurement in 5/6/7 Seconds: The innovative predictive
technology incorporated in the thermometer allows calculation in 5/6/7
seconds (rectal/oral/underarm).
Ergonomic Probe Shape: Ergonomic probe shape for each measuring
site (oral, underarm, and rectal). This makes the measurement more
comfortable and reliable.
Accurate and Reliable: Accuracy of measurements with the thermometer
is comparable to that of a conventional pen-type one.
Fever Indicator: RED backlight will be on for 5 seconds if reading is
equal to or higher than 99.5°F (37.5°C).
Acoustic Signal: A beeper works to indicate readiness for use and end
of a measurement.
Dual Temperature Scale: The temerature scale can be switched from
Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice-versa.
Probe Detection Section: This device detects which probe is used and
displays the body site icon on the LCD.
2
Please observe the applicable disposal regulations to dispose of the
instrument and the batteries.
11
RADIO AND TELEVISION INTERFERENCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residental installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relcoate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Dr. M m
03800
™
Please read the following instructions
and warnings carefully.
Keep this instruction manual
for future reference.
Requires 2 AAA batteries (included).
For Technical Support
Call 1-800-268-6237 or E-Mail at
[email protected]
For use with children
from birth and up.
You may also find helpful the following booklet, prepared by the FCC: “How to Identify
and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems”. This booklet is available from the US
Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Changes and modification not expressly approved by Summer Infant, Inc. can void
your authority to operate this equipment under Fderal Communications Commissions
rules.
This device complies with part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions; (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. C’et appareil
numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
© 2005 Summer Infant, Inc.
Summer Infant, Inc.
1275 Park East Drive
Woonsocket, RI 02895 USA
1-800-268-6237
Summer Infant Europe, Ltd.
Office Suite 6, Second Floor
Bournehall House, Bournehall Road
Bushey, Hertfordshire WD23 3HP
+44 (0) 208 420 4429
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Colors and styles may vary.
MADE IN CHINA.
Digital thermometer
manufactured by:
Polygreen Co. Ltd.
China
10/09
3 IN 1 FAMILY
THERMOMETER
WARNING:
• Cord poses a potential strangulation hazard to young
children. When not in use, store out of children’s reach.
• This product is not a toy. Do not allow children to play with it.
• This product contains small parts. Adult assembly required.
Exercise care when unpacking and assembling the product.
• Use of this thermometer is not intended as a substitute for
consultation with your physician.
• The thermometer is not waterproof! Never immerse
into liquids.
CAUTION:
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A TOY. ADULT SUPERVISION
IS REQUIRED. STORE AWAY FROM CHILD’S REACH.
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