The micro skin temperature sensor is a specially developed medical device designed for use with premature babies. The skin temperature sensor is used to precisely measure the premature baby's skin temperature and ensure continuous monitoring. The sensor is designed so that it can be easily wrapped in the baby's diaper to make measuring the skin temperature comfortable.
The micro skin temperature sensors were specially developed for premature babies and, with a diameter of just 5 mm, are particularly small and made of very soft material. The sensors have no adhesive surface and are therefore 100% skin-friendly.
The micro skin temperature sensors do not have an adhesive surface and are either placed under the edge of the diaper or under the patient. They are therefore perfect for premature babies. The sensors have an excellent measuring accuracy of ± 0.1°C in the range of 25°C – 45°C and are available for all common monitors and incubators.
The micro skin temperature sensors are intended for use on one patient. A multi-way connection cable is required for connection to the monitoring system or an incubator. These cables are available for the monitors of the following manufacturers/types: Dräger, GE, Phillips, NihonKoden, Datex, Datascope, Spacelaps, HP, SureSignsVM, Merlin, Siemens, InfinityDeltaXL, Mindray. Connection cables for incubators are available for the manufacturers Dräger, GE and ATOM. Other connection cables are available on request.
Advantages at a glance:
- Very small temperature sensor without gluing
- Disposable temperature sensor for neonates
- without adhesive surface – 100% skin-friendly
- Diameter only 15 mm, very flat
- soft, moisture-repellent material
- Measuring accuracy ± 0.1°C (25°C – 45°C)
- Flat, thin sensor cable
- Total length of the sensor incl. Cable: 95 cm
- GE plug
- Multi-way connection cable for all standard monitors
- Reusable connection cable for incubators
Art. No. TJW0032B4
Ø sensor 5mm