• #1 Brand most used and most recommended by pediatricians*
  • Proven more accurate than forehead or rectal thermometers** 
  • Fast, gentle and easy to use
  • Wide-angle probe for accurate measurements, even on newborns
  • ExacTemp® guidance system function 
  • Light & beep alert for accurate positioning
  • Recalls last reading to track temperature results
  • Disposable lens filters to avoid cross-contamination

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Brand Name
Braun
Model Number
IRT6500US
Color
white
Owner Manual & Guides
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  • Braun ThermoScan 5
  • Protective storage case
  • 21 lens filters
  • 2AA batteries
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#1 thermometer brand among pediatricians

Accuracy

Measuring in ear with the ThermoScan 5 is proven more accurate than forehead or rectal**

Pre-warmed tip

Braun ThermoScan 5 features a pre-warmed tip that minimizes the cooling effect that could result from the introduction of a cool probe tip. The patented pre-warmed tip helps ensure accuracy.

Large display screen

The large display screen makes it easy to read the temperature.

ExacTemp position guidance

The patented ExacTemp positioning system confirms good position in the ear with a light and a beep to ensure accurate temperature measurement.

All ages

Braun ThermoScan 5 can be used on all ages.

Braun is the most recommended brand, and of the surveyed pediatricians that use a branded thermometer, Braun is the most frequently used brand.**

*Based on Ardent Consulting Survey reporting that of the surveyed pediatricians who recommend a brand of thermometers to their patients,  Braun is the most recommended brand, and of the surveyed pediatricians that use a branded thermometer, Braun is the most frequently used brand.

**Measurements in detecting temperature changes. Nimah, Marianne M., et al. "Infrared tympanic thermometry in comparison with other temperature measurement techniques in febrile children." Pediatric Care med 7.1 (2006): 48-55.