The First Years American Red Cross Digital Pacifier Thermometer Description
- Beeps & Flashes When Temperature is Above 99.5F.
- Orthodontic pacifier
- Accurate reading in 90 seconds
- Protective cover
Protective cover for travel and storage
Soft, silicone nipple for comfort
Easy-to-read digital display with automatic shut-off
Fever alert beeps and flashes at 99.5F or above
Memory recall displays last temperature.
*Speed and temperature will vary depending on how long the pacifier thermometer remains in the baby's mouth and where it's placed in the mouth.
Clean thermometer before and after each use.
If thermometer has been in a cold environment, allow it to warm to room temperature (about 15 minutes) before use.
Avoid storing at temperatures above 140F.
Remove thermometer from protective cover.
Press the ON/OFF button once. You will hear one quick beep. Thermometer will display a pretest reading for about two seconds, then show --,--F with the "F" flashing, to indicate the it is ready to measure temperature.
Position pacifier bulb in child's mouth and allow the child to suck on it for a minimum of 90 seconds (allowing the thermometer to stay in the child's mouth for 2 to 4 minutes will provide the most accurate reading). Reading is complete when the thermometer gives another single quick beep and display stops flashing. You may read display before or after removing thermometer (see "Digital Display" below).
Press and release the ON/OFF button to turn the thermometer off. (If you forget, it will turn off automatically in about 10 minutes.)
For memory recall: Press the ON/OFF button and hold it in until the last recorded temperature appears - about 3 seconds. (The "M" under the degree symbol indicates "memory.") Release button to end memory display.
To Clean: Wipe surface with a damp cloth or sponge using mild liquid soap. Wipe with clear water. Wipe dry or air dry. Do not immerse in water.
To sterilize silicone nipple ONLY: Immerse ONLY the nipple approximately 1" in alcohol solution. You may place alcohol solution on protective storage cover for easy sterilizing. DO NOT sterilize by immersing in boiling water. Damage will occur to the electronic components.