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-The digital thermometer is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of
the digital thermometer by a person responsible for their safety.
-Never sterilise the digital thermometer in boiling water.
-Risk of swallowing batteries! The digital thermometer
contains a button battery. If the button battery is swallowed,
it can cause severe internal burns
in just 2 hours and can lead to death.
-Battery compartment cover of the digital thermometer must
be replaced properly if removed. If loose, it may choke your
-These products contain items with sharp edges and small
parts. These products are not toys. Do not allow children to
play with them. When not in use, keep these products out of
the reach of children.
-Never leave a child unattended with these products.
-Clean all products before and after each use. See section
-Do not clean any product with aggressive solvents or chemicals.
-Do not store or leave any product in direct sunlight or near
any source of heat.
Cautions for digital thermometer
-The digital thermometer is suitable for children and adults
of all ages.
-The digital thermometer is suitable for use at room
temperatures between 10° and 35°C.
-Do not drop the digital thermometer or expose it to shocks.
-Do not bend or disassemble the tip of the digital thermometer.
-Do not use the digital thermometer if the display shows
the battery symbol. This means that the battery is low and
therefore measurements will be inaccurate.
-Do not bite the metal tip while you measure temperature
orally. Simply place the tip under the tongue .
Symbols on digital thermometer
1 This symbol means: Read this manual (Fig. 1).
2 This symbol is to identify a type BF applied part complying
with IEC60601-1 (Fig. 2).
3 This symbol means: Conforms to EC Directives. CE stands
for ‘Conformité Européenne’. 0344 is the number of the
notied body (Fig. 3).
This symbol means: protected against access to hazardous parts
with a nger and against vertically falling water drops (Fig. 4).
5 This symbol means: storage temperature (Fig. 5).
6 This symbol means: relative humidity (Fig. 6).
7 This symbol means: atmospheric pressure (Fig. 7).
Electromagnetic elds (EMF)
The Philips AVENT digital thermometer complies with all applicable
standards and regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic elds.
Digital thermometer (SCH410)
The digital thermometer measures your child’s body temperature
rectally (in the rectum), axially (in the armpit) or orally (in the mouth).
Note: Test in bath water for 10 seconds.
Note: Results may vary based on the individual and the method used.
Note: To ensure the best accuracy, we advise you to measure the
Note: Oral and axial measurements are usually 0.5 to 1°C lower
than actual body temperature.
The temperature of a child is normally between 36.5 and 37.5°C.
Keep in mind that a child’s temperature varies depending on age,
activity, time of day, etc. Remember that some illnesses do not
have high temperature as a symptom. Temperature measurement
should not be a substitute for consulting your physician.
When reporting your child’s temperature to a professional, state
the measurement method.
For rectal measurement of a baby’s temperature, proceed as follows:
1 Remove the protection cap from the digital thermometer.
Make sure that the metal probe of the exible tip is still rmly
attached to the digital thermometer.
2 Lubricate the tip of the digital thermometer with a
Note: Do not use petroleum jelly (e.g. vaseline).
3 Press I to switch on the digital thermometer.
4 Lay the baby on its stomach or its side.
5 With one hand, separate the baby’s buttocks.
With the other hand, gently slide the tip of the digital
thermometer no more than 12mm (1/2 inch) into the
rectum. If you detect any resistance, stop immediately.
Hold the baby rmly so that it cannot turn while the digital
thermometer is inserted.
Never push the exible tip too far into the rectum.
6 Keep the digital thermometer in place until the
measurement is nished (when the °C indication stops
ashing and the thermometer beeps).
See section ‘Audible signals’ at the end of this chapter for the
meaning of the beeps.
Note: If for some reason the temperature cannot be measured, the
display shows ‘Lo’ or ‘Hi’. This means that the temperature is outside
the temperature range. Switch off the digital thermometer, check if it
is correctly positioned and switch it on again.
7 Remove the digital thermometer and read the display.
8 Press I to switch off the digital thermometer.
Note: Switch off the digital thermometer after use. The digital
thermometer switches off automatically after 1 min. if the
temperature measured is lower than 32°C, or after 10 min.