TAT-2000

TAT-2000 temporal artery forehead thermometerThe TAT-2000 forehead thermometer is a light-duty professional model intended for school nurses, nursing homes, businesses and other occasional use clinical settings. It allows the choice of using disposable covers (caps #134203 or full sheath #129462), or cleaning between patients with a disinfectant wipe. The TAT-2000 forehead thermometer is protected by a three year warranty. To order the TAT-2000 Temporal thermometer use part # 140001.

TAT-2000 Manual

TAT-2000 temporal artery forehead thermometer with black capThe temporal artery, easily visible in an infrared image, is scanned to find the peak temperature. The patented Arterial Heat Balance (AHB)TM method converts this peak to a core temperature by replacing the heat lost from natural cooling of the skin.

  • Light-duty professional model intended for school nurses, nursing homes, and other occasional use clinical settings
  • Very accurate temperature measurement
  • Non-invasive, so fast, safe and comfortable
  • for the patient
  • More sustainable use of cover is optional,
  • therefore, a future with NO WASTE
  • Supported by over 100 peer-reviewed and
  • published clinical studies.
Clinical Accuracy Meets ASTM E 1965-98 and EN60601-1 standards for electronic and radiation thermometers to the extent applicable to thermometers which measure the surface of the skin over the the temporal artery. Time Displayed On Screen 30 seconds before automatically shut down
Temperature Range 15.5 to -42 °C (60-107.6 °F) Size 17.8 x 4.45 x 3.18 cm (7 x 1.75 x 1.25 inches)
EMI/RFI Protection Error Message Displayed Weight 120 grams (4.2 oz)
Operating Environment 15.5 to -40 °C (60-104 °F) Calibration Protection Error Message Displayed
Resolution 0.1 °C or °F Display Type and Size High Contrast LCD's
Response Time ~0.04 seconds Construction Method Impact Resistant Casing


Hermetically Sealed Sensing System

Battery Life 7,500 readings Warranty 3 Years

ASTM laboratory accuracy requirements in the display range of 37° to 39°C (98° to 102°F) for IR thermometers is ±0.2°C (±0.4°F) whereas for mercury-in-glass and electronic thermometers, the requirement per ASTM standards E667-86 and E1112 is ±0.1°C (±0.2°F)