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iRyno Infrared Digital Non-Contact Thermometer: Fast, accurate results

You’ve seen them everywhere; the digital non-contact thermometers that are used when entering businesses, schools, you name it. If you need one for your business or home, we have the iRyno Infrared Digital Non-Contact Thermometer for just $39.99. Take temperatures quickly and accurately without contact!

Designed with an advanced sensor, the iRyno Infrared Forehead Thermometer provides accurate and stable results while keeping you at a safe distance. The optimized optical path design in the sensor, combined with the chromed arched reflector, seizes enough infrared rays from the testing object or body to give an accurate result because it reduces the influence of other rays. The easy to read results are displayed in the LCD screen in less than 2 seconds with a beeping sound and different colors for the 3 temperature ranges. With Human and Object modes, you can also use this thermometer for cooking, water, room temperature, and more. 

  • High Accuracy. Advanced optical design + infrared sensor provides more accurate results

  • Instant Results. Measurement in less than 2 seconds with temperatures display in Fahrenheit or Celsius

  • 3-Color Indicator Light. Blue for normal body temperature, Purple for low fever, Red for high fever

  • Human/Object Modes. Optimal for body, cooking, water, room temperature & more

  • FDA-Certified. Products are tested & certified by FDA for quality and user safety guarantee


  • Color: white

  • Dimensions: 2″H x 6.6″L x 4.4″W

  • Infrared sensor

  • Optical path design

  • LCD screen

  • Measuring distance: 0.5″ – 2″

  • Non-contact

  • Indicator light

    • Blue: No fever (< 99.5 ℉)

    • Purple: Low fever (99.5 ℉ – 101.1 ℉)

    • Red: High fever (≥ 101.3 ℉)

  • Human/Object mode

  • Measurement time: <2 seconds

  • Power: 2 AAA batteries

  • FDA-certified

  • Manufacturer’s limited 2-year warranty

Steve Sande
the authorSteve Sande
Steve is the founder and former publisher of Apple World Today and has authored a number of books about Apple products. He's an avid photographer, an FAA-licensed drone pilot, and a really bad guitarist. Steve and his wife Barb love to travel everywhere!