digital thermometer


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

digital thermometer

dig·i·tal ther·mom·e·ter

(dij'i-tăl thĕr-mom'ĕ-tĕr)
An instrument that measures the temperature of something or someone in an LCD readout; most common type used in health care in North America today, supplanting the mercury thermometer.
References in periodicals archive ?
Vicks Digital thermometer V 911 F: V911F Vicks speed read digital thermometer comes with a soft flexible tip for greater comfort fast and accurate reading size description.
For portable battery-operated applications such as IR digital thermometers, low power dissipation and a single power supply operation are required.
Disney Digital Thermometers contain no glass or mercury and are safe for all ages.
Others who seek out the latest digital gadget enjoy using a digital thermometer.
Its modest size notwithstanding, the ThermaLite[TM] digital thermometer incorporates a powerful microprocessor and custom LCD, displaying temperature over the range of -49,9 to +149.
The Pyro Model SDT 141S portable digital thermometer from Pyrometer Instrument Co.
There are seventy-four different items listed, starting with six cookbooks (well, that's a good start) and on through just about everything one could possibly need (except the kitchen sink)--from a three-quart casserole and a lasagna baking dish to a digital thermometer and a citrus zester.
The objectives of this study were to: (a) compare temperatures obtained with the Paci-Temp digital thermometer and Thermoscan Instant tympanic thermometer to rectal temperatures obtained by a glass-mercury thermometer in children under 2 years of age with and without fever; (b) determine the mean supralingual temperature in children under 2 years of age with and without fever.
Its digital thermometer indicates the current room temperature in both Fahrenheit and Celsius.
4: "The digital thermometer accepts an input as a furnace number in the range 0.
s Traceable Digital Thermometer is designed for years of high-precision, reliable service--even in severe environments.
Full browser ?