First-ever thermometer with dual technology: ‘Touch’ or ‘Touchless’ mode
Quick and easy instant readings; no struggle or stress
Touch mode provides extra parental reassurance
Patented ‘satellite’ sensor captures 2 x greater body heat for improved accuracy
AgeSmart technologue with Large, colour coded display – “traffic light” coded reading
User guidance system – accuracy sensor for correct positioning
Simple, sophisticated design
Safe & hygenic – no probe covers needed
2 year warranty
How to use
The Braun Touchless + forehead thermometer has been clinically tested and proven accurate when used in accordance with the instructions. Please refer to the instruction booklet for full details and diagrams.
1. Remove the cap.
2. Power on press and release the power button. The backlight will come on and the start-up sequence begins.
3. When the device is ready and correctly positioned, a horizontal line of dashes (“—–“) will appear on the screen.
4. Position the device on, or up to 5cm away from the centre of the forehead, just between the eyebrows.
5. For No touch readings, the yellow guidance light will show you where you are aiming.
6. When the device is placed correctly, the screen displays a dashed line animation while it takes the reading. If the device is positioned too far away from the forehead it will prompt you to move closer by displaying a diagram and the numbers “0-5cm”. Slowly move the device towards the forehead until the dashed line animation (“——“) begins.
7. Press the temperature button (you can press and hold, or press and release).
8. After approximately 2 seconds, the display will the temperature, including the corresponding beeps and fever traffic light colour.
NOTE: you can silence the beep function in order not to wake a sleeping child – refer to the instruction booklet for details
Tips for taking temperature
For best results, the patient should be inside, away from direct sunlight for at least 30 minutes before taking temperature.
Remove any hair from the forehead before measuring temperature.
Clean any sweat or dirt away from the forehead to improve accuracy.
Keep the patient’s head still – it can help to have them look at a set point in the near distance.
Hold the thermometer steady while taking a temperature – no need to ‘swipe’.