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☆☆ Model Number:Household Thermometers
☆☆ Display Size:7 Inches amp; Above
☆☆ Theory:Temperature Sensor
☆☆ Max Measuring Temperature:120°C amp; Above
☆☆ Style:Standing Station
☆☆ Power Type:2 x 1.5V LR44/AG13 button battery (not included)
☆☆ Input:USB DC 5V 500mA
input: AC 100 - 240V 50/60Hz;
output: 5V 500mA
☆☆ Temperature range:0 Deg.C to 50 Deg.C/32 Deg.C to 122 Deg.C
☆☆ Temperature resolution:1 Deg.C
☆☆ Humidity range:20 to 95 percent
☆☆ Detection period:30 minutes
☆☆ Transmission frequency:433MHz
☆☆ Transmission range:30 meters (open area)
☆☆ Delivery time: We usually ship within 1~3 days, and the estimated arrival time is 9~15 working days.
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(2) Pure manual measurement, there may be a few centimeters of error (within 3 cm)
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