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Digital Thermometer McKesson LUMEON™ Tympanic Probe Hand-Held
- Last Reading Memory
- Dual Scale (°F / °C)
- Records and analyzes 100 temperature measurements and automatically selects the most accurate reading
- Tapered probe tip design minimizes technique errors and helps increase patient comfort
- Color: Blue/White
- Uses Probe Cover 3068
Manufacturer Name:McKesson Brand
Brand or Series:McKesson LUMEON™
Accuracy:± 0.2 Degree F or ± 0.1 Degree C
Latex Free Indicator:Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex
Measuring Scale:Fahrenheit / Celsius
Power Supply:1.55v Battery
Probe Type:Tympanic Probe
Quantity Per Sell:1
Response Time:1-2 seconds
Temperature Range:90 to 109.9 Degree F / 32 to 43 Degree C
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