A&D Digital Ear Thermometer UT-601

A&D Digital Ear Thermometer UT-601

A&D Digital Ear Thermometer UT-601

Description

The UT-601 is not only convenient and easy to use but it also has a significant additional function within the home, particularly for those with babies and small children. The probe can be held close (about 5mm) to scan hot surfaces such as bath water or even hot drinks to check to see if they are at a safe temperature.

Directions

Measuring Ear Temperature 

1. Press the On/Scan button to turn the thermometer on. All the display segments appear. 

Note: The thermometer will turn off automatically after 30 seconds of no operation. 

2. Select the unit of measure as necessary. 

While all the display segments appear, press and hold the On/Scan button to toggle between °C and °F. Release the button when the unit to be used appears. 

Note: The thermometer will turn off automatically after 30 seconds of no operation. 

3. The last reading stored in MEMORY appears and a short beep sounds to indicate that the thermometer is ready to scan. 

4. Insert the probe into the ear canal. 

For babies, gently pull the ear back to straighten the ear canal for easier insertion. 

5. Press and hold the On/Scan button until a beep sounds. 

6. Release the On/Scan button. 

A long beep sounds to indicate completion of the temperature measurement. 

Take the thermometer out of the ear canal and read the value. 

Measuring the Temperature of Liquid or Solid Objects 

Note: The display temperature range is 0 °C to 100 °C. If the temperature of the object is out of the range, an error, HI or Lo, appears. 

1. Press the On/Scan button to turn the thermometer on. All the display segments appear. 

2. The last reading stored in MEMORY appears and a short beep sounds to indicate that the thermometer is ready to scan. 

3. Hold the thermometer with the probe tip about 5 mm above the surface of the liquid or solid object. 

4. Press the On/Scan button for one measurement. Hold the button for a continuous scan to get the highest temperature 

5. Release the On/Scan button. A long beep sounds to indicate completion of the temperature measurement. Read the value.

Measuring Air Temperature 

Note: The operating ambient temperature is 5 °C to 40 °C. 

1. Press the On/Scan button to turn the thermometer on. All the display segments appear. 

2. The last reading stored in MEMORY appears and a short beep sounds to indicate that the thermometer is ready to scan. 

3. Aim the probe toward any surrounding space with no objects nearby and press the On/Scan button. 

4. A long beep sounds to indicate completion of the temperature measurement. Read the value. 

Note

 The thermometer will automatically turn off after 30 seconds.

 When an error is displayed, four short beeps sound. 

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