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Easy Touch Thermometer Flexible Digital Blue

Easy Touch Thermometer Flexible Digital Blue
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Easy Touch® Flexible Digital Thermometer, Blue
Tested for accuracy
  • Flexible Tip
  • Memory Reading
  • 60-Second Reading
  • Beeper Alarm
  • Fever Indicator
  • Automatic Shut-Off

Questions: Visit: www.mhcmed.com/ or Call Manufacturer: 1-877-358-4342

 

Directions:

  1. Wipe the sensor tip with water or alcohol.
  2. Press the On/Off button. You will hear a small "beep" indicating the thermometer is on and the LCD screen will display as shown in Picture A. After The LCD Screen appears in Picture A, the LCD will quickly display the last temperature reading and then it will display as Picture B with a flashing "F". The flashing symbol "F" in the LCD means you can now take the temperature.
  3. Place the tip of the thermometer under the tongue, as far back as comfortable.
  4. When the thermometer is finished taking a temperature it will make a "Beep, Beep, Beep" alarm sound and the symbol "F" on the LCD will stop flashing. This takes approximately one minute. Read the temperature.
  5. Fever Indicator - In step 4, when testing is finished, if the thermometer reads higher temperature than normal, it will sound three beeps in a row in three sequences, such as: "Beep-Beep-Beep", "Beep-Beep-Beep", "Beep-Beep-Beep".
  6. The thermometer will turn off automatically in approximately 10 minutes. To prolong the battery life, turn the thermometer off manually by pressing the On/Off button.

Replacing Battery

  • Pull off cap
  • Turn battery clamp, take out battery
  • Insert new battery, turn battery clamp & recap

MHC Medical Products
100 Commerce Blvd.
Loveland, OH 45140
©2014 Easy Touch

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Directions:

  1. Wipe the sensor tip with water or alcohol.
  2. Press the On/Off button. You will hear a small "beep" indicating the thermometer is on and the LCD screen will display as shown in Picture A. After The LCD Screen appears in Picture A, the LCD will quickly display the last temperature reading and then it will display as Picture B with a flashing "F". The flashing symbol "F" in the LCD means you can now take the temperature.
  3. Place the tip of the thermometer under the tongue, as far back as comfortable.
  4. When the thermometer is finished taking a temperature it will make a "Beep, Beep, Beep" alarm sound and the symbol "F" on the LCD will stop flashing. This takes approximately one minute. Read the temperature.
  5. Fever Indicator - In step 4, when testing is finished, if the thermometer reads higher temperature than normal, it will sound three beeps in a row in three sequences, such as: "Beep-Beep-Beep", "Beep-Beep-Beep", "Beep-Beep-Beep".
  6. The thermometer will turn off automatically in approximately 10 minutes. To prolong the battery life, turn the thermometer off manually by pressing the On/Off button.

Replacing Battery

  • Pull off cap
  • Turn battery clamp, take out battery
  • Insert new battery, turn battery clamp & recap
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