At the onset of a season change, we rush to doctors with common fever, flu and other symptoms. These changes in our body could be due to low immunity or due to spread of other communicable infections. The first thing a doctor does is to check our body temperature to diagnose whether we have fever or not. The normal body temperature is 98.7 degree farenheit. Any temperature above that is considered to be fever. JSB Range of Clinical Thermometers help you to check your body temperature quickly and accurately.
JSB DT01 Digital Thermometer
- High Accuracy.
- Safe : Mercury Free.
- With Beep Alarm once temperature measured.
- With last memory record.
- A must have for every house.
- Suitable for all ages.
Suggested Use :
The JSB DT01 Digital Thermometer can be used for Oral, Underarm, Basal or Rectal measurement of body temperature.
Instructions Of Use :
The JSB DT01 Digital Thermometer is made of a plastic body, a metal sensor which is connected to the LCD display to accurately measure and display the current body temperature.
- Unpack the JSB Digital Thermometer from the product box.
- Press the On/Off button to switch on the clinical thermometer.
- After showing the last temperature measurement, the degree farenheit sign starts to blink. Now you can place the digital thermometer under the patient’s tongue or underarm or rectal/basal area.
- After around 60 seconds, the digital thermometer will beep to show that it has measured the temperature.
- Now, remove the digital thermometer and check the temperature on the LCD display.
- After use, clean the metal sensor with running water or a spirit swab and store in a safe place.
Technical Specifications :
|Colour||White body with coloured cap|
|Box Dimension||5.3″ X 1.5″ X 1″|
|Box Weight||150 gms.|
|Accuracy||+/- 0.1 degree farenheit.|
|Type||Clinical Thermometers : Digital|
|Other Features||With LCD display, With Last Memory Display, Safe to Use for all ages.|
|Power Source||1 X LR44 battery|
|In the Box||1 pc JSB Digital Thermometer with hard cover, instruction manual.|
Clinical Thermometers with digital sensors are considered to be safe and easy to use as compared with older mercury ones.
|In the Box||No|