Non Contact Infrared Thermometer
NCITs may be used to reduce cross-contamination risk and minimize the risk of spreading disease. While typically 98.6°F (37.0°C) is considered a “normal” temperature, some studies have shown that “normal” body temperature can be within a wide range, from 97°F (36.1°C) to 99°F (37.2°C).
How to use
> Hold the NCIT sensing area perpendicular to the forehead and instruct the person to remain stationary during measurement(s).
>The distance between the NCIT and forehead is specific to each NCIT.
>Consult the manufacturer’s instructions for correct measurement distances.
>Do not touch the sensing area of the
>NCIT and keep the sensor clean and dry.
Non-contact approach may reduce the risk of spreading disease between people being evaluated.
Measures temperature and displays a reading rapidly.
Provides ability to retake a temperature quickly.