IB FR1DZ1 EN 3409
FR 1DZ1 User Manual
Non-contact Infrared Forehead Thermometer
Dear customer,
We thank you for having purchased Microlife FR1DZ1, the thermometer that takes a
fast, precise body temperature reading from a distance.
Microlife FR1DZ1 is a high quality product incorporating the latest technology and tested in accordance with international standards. With its unique technology, the
Microlife FR1DZ1 can provide a stable, heat-interference-free reading with each measurement. The instrument performs a self-test every time it is switched on to always
guarantee the specified accuracy of measurement.
The Microlife FR1DZ1 allows a simple and quick measurement of body temperature.
Please keep in mind that, like any skin temperature, the temperature at the forehead
and temporal area might differ from the core body temperature (e.g. obtained by rectal
measurement). For example a basic physiologic effect called vasoconstriction can occur
in the early stages of fever, resulting in a cool skin effect, so the recorded temperature
using a forehead thermometer may be suspiciously low. If the measurement result is
not consistent with the patient’s finding or suspiciously low, repeat the measurement
every 15 minutes or double check the result by another core body temperature measurement, e.g. use an infrared – eardrum thermometer or a rectal pen-type thermometer.
Skin temperature of babies reacts very quickly to the ambient temperature. Therefore,
do not take a measurement while or after nursing, as the skin temperature may be
lower than the core temperature.
Table of Contents
1. Features
2. Important Safety Instructions
3. Product Overview
4. Icons and display sequence
5. Directions of Use
6. Reference site
7. Switching between °C and °F
8. Recalling Readings in Memory Mode
9. Error Messages
10. Cleaning and Storage
11. Battery Replacement
12. Guarantee
13. Technical Specifications
14. Website
1. Features
Non-contact Measurement within seconds
The innovative infrared sensor measures temperature without even touching the subject for a safe and sanitary measurement within seconds.
Human and Object Measurement
Conveniently measures the temperature of a human being or an object with its sliding
switch.
Customized and Localized Option of Measurement
Reference site selection function enables you to take measurement for readings comparable to readings taken at conventional measuring sites (rectal, oral, axillar) with a
common pen-type thermometer.
Tracking light
Blue tracking light easily keeps you concentrated to the measured area while scanning
the forehead above the eye brow with the thermometer at a distance.
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Fever Alarm
Red LCD glow and ten short beeps alert the patient that he/she may have a fever.
Multiple Reading Recalls
Recall the last 30 readings when you enter the Memory Mode.
Auto-Display Memory
The last reading is automatically displayed for 2 seconds when the unit is switched on.
2. Important Safety Instructions
• This instrument may be used only for the purpose described in this booklet. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for damage caused by incorrect application.
• Never immerse the thermometer into water or other liquids (not waterproof). For
cleaning, please follow the instructions in the “Cleaning and Storage” section.
• Keep the instrument away from direct exposure to the sun and keep it in a dust-free,
dry area with a temperature between -20 to 50 °C (-4.0 – 122 °F).
• Do not use the thermometer if there are signs of damage on the probe area or on the
unit itself. If damaged, do not attempt to repair the instrument. Please contact the
nearest Microlife customer service center.
• This thermometer consists of high-quality precision parts. Do not drop the unit!
Protect it from severe impact. Do not twist the unit or the measuring probe.
Warning:
☛The use of this thermometer is not a substitute for consultation with your physician.
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3. Product Overview
Side View
Back View
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No.
Item
Mode
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Display area
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Start button
Power Off
Power on
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5
O/I button
Battery cover
Tracking light
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Probe
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Slide switch
Power on
Power on/off
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screw
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Description
Displays measurements and other thermometer symbols
•Press and release immediately to enter
Memory Mode.
•Press and hold for 3 seconds to switch
between °C and °F .
Press to measure the temperature.
Press to switch the thermometer on or off.
Covers the battery for protection.
Focus on the subject to measure temperature.
Infrared sensor to measure the temperature.
Sliding the switch down and up again activates the reference site selection. See
“Selecting the Reference Site”.
•Slide the switch up to activate the body mode.
•Slide the switch down to activate the
object mode.
There is a screw on the battery cover to
protect the cover.
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4. Icons and Control Display
The icons on the display indicate different settings of the thermometer:
Setting
Description
Icon
The thermometer will take or has taken a
Body mode
body temperature.
The thermometer will take or has taken an
Object mode
object temperature.
The thermometer will take or has taken a
Celsius display
temperature in degree Centigrade.
The thermometer will take or has taken a
Fahrenheit display
temperature in degree Fahrenheit.
When this icon flashes, the body temperaOral reference site
ture measured corresponds to the oral temperature.
Axillary reference site When this icon flashes, the body temperature measured corresponds to the axillary
temperature.
Rectal reference site When this icon flashes, the body temperature measured corresponds to the rectal
temperature.
The thermometer displays a stored temperMemory recall
ature from the memory.
In different stages of the operation sequence, the display shows different types of information.
Display area
Sequence
Description
Press the O/I button to turn on the unit. All segPower On
ments are displayed for 2 seconds.
Last Memory The last reading is displayed for 2 seconds with M
icon, measuring Mode icon (body or object), and
reference site icon(rectal, oral or axillar)
The °C or °F icon is continuously flashing. The unit
Ready
is ready for measurement with measuring Mode
icon (body or object), and reference site icon (rectal,
oral or axillar) in Body mode.
Measurement The reading is shown on the display area with
measuring Mode icon (body or object), and referCompleted
ence site icon(rectal, oral or axillar) in Body mode.
After 2 seconds, the °C or °F icon flashes again.
Further
Measurement The unit is now ready for the next measurement.
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5. Directions of Use
Measuring Body Temperature
1.Make sure the mode switch is in the upper position to enter the Body Mode.
2.Press the O/I button. The LCD is activated and performs an all segment check.
3.The last readings are displayed on the LCD for 2 seconds.
4.The thermometer is ready for measurement when
✓A short beep sound is heard
✓The °C/°F and the reference site icon on the LCD are flashing.
5.For starting the measurement, aim the probe at the center of
the forehead with any distance of no more than 5cm. If the
forehead area is covered with hair, sweat or dirt, please
remove them beforehand to improve the reading accuracy.
6. Then keep pressing the Start button. The blue tracking light
is activated as a reference of area under detection.You can
take measurement at any distance within 5 cm seeing the
blue light. Steadily move the thermometer towards the temple to detect the body temperature. As the sensor scans the
area, quick beep sounds will be emitted as indicator of temperature detecting process. The beep sounds will slow down
to indicate that the body temperature has already been
detected.
7.As soon as beeps slow down, please release the Start button to get
the result. Stop aiming the probe. The display area shows the measured temperature.
8.Body temperature intelligent analysis.
• If the detected temperature is lower than fever level, a long beep is emitted and the
result is displayed with a green backlight.
• If the detected temperature is equal to or higher than fever level, ten short beeps
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will be emitted while the result is displayed with a red backlight to alert the patient
of possible fever.
Site option
Fever level
Rectal
37.8°C/100.04°F
Oral
37.5°C/99.5°F
Underarm
37.2°C/98.96°F
(Based on physician recommendation, temperatures taken at different body sites
belong to varied ranges. Fever levels also comply with this logic.)
Measuring Object Temperature
1.Make sure that the mode switch is in the lower position to enter the Object Mode.
2.Press the O/I button. The LCD is activated and performs an all segment check.
3.The last reading is displayed on the LCD for 2 seconds.
4.The thermometer is ready for measurement when
✓A short beep sound is heard
✓°C/°F icon on the LCD is flashing.
5.Aim the probe at the center of the object with any distance of no
more than 5 cm. If there is water, dust or dirt, please wipe them
beforehand to improve the reading accuracy.
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6.Then keep pressing the Start button. The blue tracking light is
activated and the sensor measures the temperature.
7.Release the Start button after a few seconds to get the result and a
long beep will be heard. Stop aiming the probe. The display area
shows the measured temperature.
Note:
• Patients and the thermometer should stay in steady-state room conditions for at least
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30 minutes before performing a measurement.
• Wait at least 2 minutes between consecutive measurements and the thermometer
must be turned off and on again.
• Don’t take a measurement while or immediately after nursing a baby.
• Don’t use the thermometer in high humidity environments.
• Patients should not drink, eat, or exercise before/while taking the measurement.
• Before aiming the probe, clean the scan area; remove dirt, hair or sweat.
• Before aiming the probe at an object, remove water, dust or dirt.
• Don’t move the thermometer away from the measuring area before hearing the termination beep.
• If the probe gets dirty during or after the measurement, use an alcohol swab to carefully clean the probe before putting it away for storage.
• Always take the temperature in the same location, since the temperature readings
may vary from different locations.
• In the following situations, it is recommended to perform a reference measurement
with a common pen-type thermometer(make sure the measuring site, rectal, oral, or
axillar, is the same habitual site also selected for FR1DZ1) :
1.If the measurement result is surprisingly low/high
2.Newborn infants in the first 100 days.
3.Children under three years of age with a compromised immune system and for
whom the presence or absence of fever is critical.
6. Reference Site
Microlife FR1DZ1 specially enables you to take measurements and judge the readings
according to your local habits. This is based on the considerations that people of
different regions have their customs about where to take the measurements with an
ordinary pen-type thermometer. (Rectal, oral, or axillar)
Microlife FR1DZ1 can measure for three types of readings comparable to readings
measured at such three conventional measuring sites as rectal, oral, and axillar with an
ordinary pen-type thermometer. We call this function as reference site.
To set the reference site:
1.Turn on the unit in Body Mode and wait until the °C or °F symbol is
flashing to indicate that the thermometer is ready for measurement.
2.Slide the mode switch down and up again (if the slide switch is already
down, you need to slide up, down and up again). The present reference
site icon flashes while the other two icons are steady.
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3.Press the Start button repeatedly to scroll between the three measuring sites.
A short beep sound is heard when changing the reference site.
4.The symbol for the selected mode flashes and after 5 seconds, the flashing icon will
be set as the reference site and the unit will automatically enter the ready for measurement mode.
7. Switching between °C and °F
This thermometer can display the measured temperature in either
Celsius or Fahrenheit.
To switch between °C and °F, turn the unit off. Press and hold the Start
button for 3 seconds. The flashing °C or °F icon is shown on the LCD. To
switch the measurement scale, press the Start button again. Settings
are finalized after 5 seconds and the thermometer will automatically
enter the ready for measuring mode.
8. Recalling Readings in Memory Mode
The thermometer can recall the last 30 readings. To recall readings, do the following:
1.Press and release the Start button in the off mode to enter the Memory
Mode. The icon flashes.
2.Press and release the Start button again and 1 is shown briefly on the LCD, then the
latest reading is displayed.
3.Press and release the Start button again and 2 is shown briefly on the LCD, then the
second latest reading is displayed.
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4.Press and release the Start button repeatedly to recall the readings in succession. Up
to 30 readings can be recalled.
Pressing the Start button after the last 30 readings will resume the sequence from
reading 1.
9. Error Messages
The thermometer is equipped with predefined error messages to notify the user of
measurement discrepancies.
Display area
Display Meaning
Measured temperature
is too high.
Measured temperature
is too low.
Ambient temperature
is too high.
Ambient temperature
is too low.
Error function display
Possible cause and remedy
Measured temperature is higher than:
• 42.2 °C or 108.0 °F (Body Mode)
• 100 °C or 212 °F (Object Mode)
Measured temperature is lower than:
• 34.0 °C or 93.2 °F (Body Mode)
• 0 °C or 32.0 °F (Object Mode)
Ambient temperature is higher than
• 40.0 °C or 104.0 °F
(Body and Object Mode)
Ambient temperature is lower than
• 16.0 °C or 60.8 °F (Body Mode)
• 5.0 °C or 41.0 °F (Object Mode)
When the system has a malfunction.
Blank display
Check if the batteries are loaded correctly.
Low battery indication
The battery level is low. Please
replace the batteries immediately.
10. Cleaning and Storage
Use an alcohol swab or cotton tissue moistened with 70% Isopropyl alcohol to clean
the thermometer casing and the measuring probe. Ensure that no liquid enters the inte9
rior of the thermometer. Never use abrasive cleaning agents,
thinners or benzene for cleaning. Never immerse the thermometer into water or other cleaning liquid.
Be careful not to scratch the surface of the probe lens and the
display.
Remove the batteries from the instrument if it is not required
for extended periods of time to avoid potential damage to the
thermometer resulting from leaking batteries.
11. Battery Replacement
The thermometer requires 2 DC3V (AAA) batteries. Replace the batteries when the
flashing battery icon appears on the display.
Remove the battery cover with the screwdriver.
To remove the batteries, insert the tip of a screwdriver into the slot as indicated to
move the batteries out of the battery compartment.
12. Guarantee
This high-quality measuring device is covered by a 2-year-guarantee from the date of
purchase. The guarantee is valid only on presentation of the guarantee card completed
by the dealer (see back) confirming date of purchase or the purchasing receipt.
Warranty claims must be filed within the guarantee period.The guarantee covers the
instrument; batteries and packaging are not included. Opening or altering the instrument invalidates the guarantee.The guarantee does not cover damages caused by
improper handling, discharged batteries, accidents or non-compliance with the operating instructions.
This product was manufactured with the utmost care according to international quality
standards. Should you have a reason for complaints despite this, please send the
device, accompanied by the completed Guarantee Card with the dealer’s stamp as well
as original proof of purchase directly or through your medical supplier to your nearest
Microlife Distributor.
Name and address of responsible dealer:
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13. Technical Specifications
Type:
Measuring Range
And Accuracy:
Resolution:
Display:
Acoustic:
Memory:
Backlight:
Non-contact Forehead Thermometer FR 1DZ1
Refer to the following table 1
0.1°C/0.1°F
LCD, 4-digits plus special icons
a. The unit is turned ON and ready for measurement: 1 short
beep sound.
b. Completion of Measurement:
Body Mode: 1 long beep sound if the reading is less than
fever level (refer to diagram #1); 10 short beep sounds if the
reading is equal to or higher than fever level (refer to diagram #1).
Object Mode: 1 long beep sound
c. System error or malfunction: 3 short beeps
d. Fast and slow beeps during measurement.
a. Auto-Display the last measured temperature when the unit
is turned on.
b. 30 readings recall in the Memory Mode.
a. The display is lighted GREEN for 4 seconds, when the unit
is turned ON.
b. The display is lighted GREEN for 5 seconds, when a measurement has been completed with a reading of less than
fever level.
c. The display is lighted RED for 5 seconds, when a measurement has been completed with a reading equal to or higher
than fever level.
Storage/transport
Temperature:
-20 °C to +50 °C (-4 °F to 122 °F)
Automatic
Switch Off:
Approx. 3 minutes after the last measurement has been taken.
Battery:
Two DC 3V (AAA) batteries
Dimensions:
146.93mm (L) x 38.14mm (W) x 21.34 mm (H)
Weight:
48g (with battery), 45g (without battery)
Reference to standards
Device standard:
Device corresponds to the requirements of the standard for
infrared thermometers
ASTM E 1965
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IEC 60601-1
IEC 60601-1-2
Electromagnetic Compatibility:
Device fulfills the stipulations of the standard IEC 60601-1-2
The stipulations of EU-Directive 93/42/EEC for Medical Devices Class IIa have been fulfilled.
Table 1
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Body mode
°C/°F scale
Forehead measuring range
34°C to 42.2°C(93.2°F to 108.0°F)
Ambient temperature working range
16°C to 40°C(60.8°F to 102°F)
From 36°C to 39°C (96.8°F to 102.2°F)
+/-0.2°C /0.4°F
From 34.0°C to 35.9°C(93.2°C to 96.6°F) and from +/-0.3°C /0.6°F
39.1 °C to 42.2°C(102.4°F to 108.0°F)
Object mode
Measuring range
0 °C to 100°C /32°F to 212?
Ambient temperature working range
5°C to 40°C /41°F to 102°F
From 36°C to 39°C (96.8°F to 102.2°F)
+/-0.2°C /0.4°F
From 0°C to 35.9°C (32.0°F to 96.6°F) and from
+/-1°C /2°F
39.1°C to 100°C (102.4°F to 212.0°F)
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14. www.microlife.com
Detailed user information about our thermometers and blood pressure monitors as well
as services can be found at www.microlife.com.
Batteries and electronic instruments must be disposed of in accordance
with the locally applicable regulations, not with domestic waste.
Read the instructions carefully before using this device.
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