Didicer Smart IR Thermometer

APP control and mini temperature measurer for baby thermometer app
USD $29.90     In Stock.
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  • Exclusive ear thermometer design, also special used for measuring objects (liquid and foods etc.) and body temp. monitoring. A good helper for pregnancy.
  • Free APP for iPhone & iPad iOS 7.0 plus, compatible with iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 6, 6 Plus, 5s, 5c, 5; simple and quick install. Not support Android currently.
  • Accurate instant temperature reading in just 1 second by using infrared sensor technology.
  • Simply plug it in your phone(3.5mm) headphone jack and open your app to measure your temp.
  • Environmental free without battery and compacted sizes could carry or store it everywhere. It uses imported medical ABS materials that can be contact in along term with your skin.
Product Description

The Didicer Smart IR Thermometer is a mini intelligent temperature measuring tool. It can be used for many occasions, such as body temperature measurement, skin temperature measurement, liquid temperature measurement ,etc. Using software and hardware combination way of measuring temperature, just plug to measure the temperature. Easy to use.

Product Information
Length 2.2in(57mm)
Outside Material Medical class ABS
Measuring Method Infrared induction
Used in ambient temperatures 60.8-95℉(16-35℃), humility≤85%
Range of measuring body temperature 93.2-108℉(34.0-42.2℃), Precision: ± 0.36℉(±0.2℃)
Range of measuring object temperature 32-212-108℉(0-100℃), Precision: ±0.9℉(±0.5℃)
Warranty 3 months


Didicer Thermometer is not waterproof, Do Not directly put in any water or liquid, measuring objects need to keep in a reasonable distain. When using the Didicer thermometer, the greater the cellphone volume the stronger the sensor signal.

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