COVID-19 prevention still matters, the Fanmi ear thermometer is a must for you

At present, a new round of COVID-19 pandemic has broken out in India, and the global COVID-19 prevention situation is still very severe.

The COVID-19 pandemic has troubled us for more than a year, and we have to take a temperature measurement wherever we go. At this time, the health of the family’s body temperature is extremely important. Recently, I think the ear thermometer is the most worthwhile. It can measure temperature quickly, and it is more accurate than measuring the head and arm. Simply, I bought one online and tried it.


It is an ear thermometer, and its appearance is a little different from ordinary infrared thermometers. The sensor has a lot of protruding places to penetrate deep into the ear, so the body temperature measured in this way is more accurate. 


The 3D temperature probe of Fanmi ear thermometer adopts 9-channel matrix technology, which can receive the ambient temperature of the eardrum and ear canal within one second, and its error range can be controlled within ±0.2℃, which is still quite accurate Yes, it is much more accurate than the forehead measurement, which is why I decided to buy an ear thermometer instead of a traditional infrared thermometer. 


It has a white appearance, looks simple and clean, the body is round, and the grip feels great. The surface is made of fine matte, which does not stick to fingerprints and does not sweat.


There is also a very thoughtful function, that is when the body temperature exceeds 38°C, the backlight of the screen will be displayed in red and remind you that the temperature is abnormal. When the temperature exceeds 42°C, Hi will be displayed, and when the temperature is lower than 34°C, L0 will be displayed, making it easier for the elderly to use.


It can memorize 5 sets of data, which is convenient for family members whose body temperature fluctuates to record body temperature. For example, if someone has a fever, measure it every 2 hours. After 10 hours, you can compare the first five sets of data to see how the body temperature changes. It is also very convenient to know the condition in time!