Correctly use the Infrared non-contact Thermometer for covid-19 disease screening
We have currently in stock the infrared non-contact thermometer that is useful in pulling out people who are potentially sick with the new covid-19 disease by measuring their body temperature, which is one of the major symptoms of this new disease.
People still have to learn how to use the device well for its purpose. Thermal screening is still the easiest way we have to screen large groups of people, e.g entering a supermaket.
How the device is used determines the accuracy of the reading that you get from it.
Exactly where are you pointing the device? How long and steadily are you holding it until the reading registers? How far is the device from the person whose temperature is being measured?