Professional Medical Thermometer Manufacturer & Supplier

As a reputable manufacturer and supplier of medical thermometers, JINYE offers a wide range of high-quality temperature measurement devices. With extensive experience in the industry, we take pride in delivering top-notch products to meet your diverse needs.

From digital thermometers to infrared thermometers and glass thermometers, we offer a comprehensive selection of temperature measurement solutions. Our advanced technology and rigorous quality control ensure accurate and reliable results.

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Product Overview:

Medical Digital Thermometer

Ues: Armpit/Oral/Rectal

Types:  Rigid or Flexible Tip

Color: White, Pink, Blue or Customized

Display range: 32.0~42.0 ºC/90.0~107.6oF

Application:  Home, Hospital, Medical

Medical Ear Thermometer

Test Range: 32.0-43°C (89.6-109.4°F)

Color: Red, blue, black or Customized

Features:  Fast and Accurate

Display: LCD backlight

Power Type: Battery

Non-Contact Forehead Infrared Thermometer

Measurement Distance: 5~8 cm

Display Range: Human body temperature: 34ºC~42.9ºC

                            Physical temperature: 30ºC~93ºC(±1ºC)

Color: Red, blue, black or Customized

Backing Display: Green, orange, red

Display: LCD backlight

Features: Lightweight and portable, precise non-contact, Convenient Memory

Medical Glass Thermometer

Types: Mercury and Mercury-free Thermometer

Temperature range: 35~42°C/ 94~108°F

Usage:  Adult and child

Application:  Medical, Home, Clinical offices, Pharmacy, Laboratory, Hospital, etc.

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Types of Medical Thermometers

Electronic Digital Thermometer


Electronic digital thermometers are known for their accuracy and ease of use. They provide quick temperature readings and are equipped with a digital display for clear results.


Digital thermometers are versatile and can be used for oral, rectal, or underarm temperature measurements. They are suitable for all age groups.


Fast and accurate readings, easy to read, suitable for children and adults.


May not be as comfortable for infants, and requires a power source (usually batteries).

Usage Tips:

Ensure proper cleaning between uses, and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for calibration.

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Non-Contact Forehead Infrared Thermometer


Non-contact forehead infrared thermometers use infrared technology to measure temperature from a distance. They are quick and hygienic.


Ideal for screening large groups, including in healthcare settings, airports, and public spaces. They are safe and suitable for all ages.


Non-invasive, hygienic, fast readings, suitable for infants and adults.


May have a higher initial cost, require occasional calibration, and may not be as accurate as internal methods.

Usage Tips:

Ensure the device is within its effective distance, and follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for accuracy.

Forehead Thermometer

Medical Infrared Ear Thermometer


Infrared ear thermometers measure temperature through the ear canal. They are known for their speed and accuracy.


Commonly used in clinical settings and at home for individuals of all ages, especially children.


Quick and accurate readings, suitable for infants, and easy to use.


Requires proper positioning for accurate results, and may not be as comfortable for some users.

Usage Tips:

Gently pull the ear to straighten the ear canal before taking the measurement, and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for correct positioning.

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Medical Glass Thermometer


Mercury thermometers are traditional and well-established. They use mercury to measure temperature based on the expansion of the liquid metal.


Medical Glass Thermometers are suitable for oral and underarm use in adults and older children.


Widely available, time-tested accuracy.


Contains mercury, which can be hazardous if the thermometer breaks, and relatively slower readings.

Usage Tips:

Handle with care to prevent breakage, keep away from children, and dispose of properly.

Non-mercury glass thermometers employ alternative elements such as gallium and indium for temperature measurement. They offer a safer option compared to mercury thermometers.

Oral Armpit Thermometer

How To Use Digital Medical Thermometer

Digital thermometers can measure body temperature in different areas, including the armpit, mouth, and rectum. Since body temperature varies by location due to differences in metabolism, it’s important to know the correct methods for accurate results. Let’s explore how to measure temperature in these areas:

Armpit Temperature Measurement

Procedure: Ensure the armpit is dry and free from sweat before measuring. Place the thermometer’s sensor in the center of the armpit, gently pushing it upward at a 30-45° angle. Keep the arm close to the body to ensure the thermometer is fully covered by skin and not affected by air.
Measurement Time: Typically, it takes 30 seconds to 10 minutes; refer to the thermometer’s manual for specifics.
Normal Range: Approximately 35.0°C to 37.0°C.

Oral Temperature Measurement
Procedure: Avoid hot or cold drinks before measuring. Position the front end of the thermometer’s sensor under the tongue, pressing down gently. Keep the mouth completely closed and refrain from speaking during the measurement.
Measurement Time: About 3 minutes; consult the thermometer’s manual for exact details.
Normal Range: Approximately 36.0°C to 37.5°C.

Rectal Temperature Measurement

Procedure: Prior to measurement, apply a water-soluble lubricant (like Vaseline) to the front end of the thermometer. Insert the thermometer’s front end about 1.5cm into the rectum. If you encounter any resistance, stop the measurement immediately.
Measurement Time: 3-5 minutes; follow the instructions in the thermometer’s manual.
Normal Range: Approximately 36.2°C to 37.9°C.

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Comparison Of Different Types of Medical Thermometers

Thermometer typeElectronic Digital ThermometerForehead Infrared ThermometerInfrared Ear ThermometerGlass Thermometer(Mercury or mercury-free
AccuracyRelatively accurate, greatly affected by ambient temperatureIt is greatly affected by forehead temperature, and the accuracy is ±0.3The most accurate and convenient accuracy is ±0.3

Very accurate, subject to time

Big impact, should not be too short

Measure timeabout 10 secondsabout 1 second1-2 seconds5-6 minutes
Suitable for the crowdMostly used at homeDaily temperature screeningThe elderly, infants and young children, patients with acute and serious illnesses, etc.Home and hospital use
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Why Choose Us

With over 20 years of experience as a trusted thermometer manufacturer and supplier, JINYE offers a comprehensive range of thermometers to meet your needs.

Our diverse selection includes electronic digital thermometers, non-contact forehead infrared thermometers, infrared ear thermometers, and glass thermometers. We prioritize quality, accuracy, and reliability in our products.

Additionally, we boast an extensive portfolio of over 1000 medical consumables and a strong track record in exporting medical products worldwide.

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We boast advanced production machinery and techniques, an integrated supply chain, and ample production capacity to ensure timely order fulfillment for our customers.

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Common Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Medical Thermometers and Medical Digital Thermometer

Clean the probe with a disinfectant wipe or soap and water, avoiding submerging the entire thermometer.

They measure the infrared radiation emitted by the forehead's skin to estimate body temperature.

Yes, they are non-invasive and safe for temperature measurement.

No, they are non-contact thermometers and don't require skin contact.

They provide quick and hygienic temperature measurements without direct contact.

Mercury is toxic and poses health and environmental risks if the thermometer breaks.

Digital thermometers, infrared thermometers, and disposable probe covers are common alternatives.

Yes, digital thermometers are suitable for all age groups, including infants and toddlers.

Digital thermometers typically come pre-calibrated and do not require user calibration.

Yes, extreme variations in room temperature can affect their accuracy.


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