The thermometer is malfunctioning: instead of showing temperature 37.5°C it shows 35.4°C, - the reading is incorrect . The way we measure the temperature is correct and was confirmed at a pharmacy. What is the reason for the inaccurate reading?
Is it possible to measure body temperature immediately after returning from the outdoors?
I know I have a fever. Why do I get unusually low results when measuring temperature on forehead?
Is the AGU Dino thermometer waterproof?
What type of battery is required?
What is the battery life of the AGU Dino thermometer?
The battery is designed to provide at least 1000 measurements. If you insert a new battery and get results that seem inaccurate, please check the following:
- How long the battery has been in use. Batteries eventually lose their power even in the event of non-use, so make sure that the battery is new. Battery can operate in other devices that require smaller voltage (e.g., an alarm clock), but be ineffective in the thermometer.
- If the device is kept at the distributor’s storage for a long time, battery life can be significantly reduced.
- Indoor temperature can influence the life of batteries. If storage temperature is below 15 °C, battery life decreases significantly.
What is the lifetime of AGU Dino thermometer?
Does indoor temperature influence thermometer measurement accuracy?
Is it possible to measure the ambient temperature, milk temperature in a baby’s bottle or temperature of a baby’s bath?
How can I check whether accuracy of the instrument is preserved after long usage or after the device has been dropped?
Does infrared thermometer AGU Dino need calibration?
Why do values differ in case I measure temperature on the forehead and in the ear?
Why do results differ in case I measure temperature several times in a row?
When measuring temperature, please follow the instructions. After taking 3-5 measurements, please make a break for at least 30 seconds. If you are taking measurements correctly, the results can differ no more than 0.1-0.2 °C. This is acceptable and is associated with:
high sensitivity of the device to the distance from the measuring sensor to the area on which the measurement is conducted. The difference in less than one millimeter can have an impact on the value obtained;
difference in inclination angle of the device to the skin (on the forehead), or to eardrum (in the ear).