THERMAL CAMERA TEMPERATURE SCREENING

Body Temperature Thermal Reader
Thermal Reader

Traditional access control technologies using RFID cards and other sources of identification have been around for decades. Access control systems are installed to only allow authorized individuals access to buildings, offices, and restricted areas. These technologies protect the facility, employees, and customers from unauthorized access, helping to create a secure and safe environment.  With the Thermal Reader Temperature Screening you can take this caution and safety to the next level to protect your workers and visitors.

During a global pandemic as we have now with the COVID-19 virus, securing your facilities, and protecting your employees, vendors, and customers have taken on new meaning. The CDC has laid out guidelines for what is now considered to be a safe return to work environment. These guidelines require the wearing of masks in public areas and recommended temperature checks for those who enter the facility. Most states are either mandating or recommending that all people entering the building must have their temperature checked or verified.

"Maintaining proper access records can help organizations prove they took the necessary steps to safeguard their offices and their constituents".

The Thermal Reader is designed to check for a flexible set of variables that can be set by each organization according to its access needs. The reader can allow access using traditional RFID scans, QR codes, and even facial recognition. This unique Reader can also automate the process of taking body temperature readings and checking for the presence of PPE masks.

The system can be set up in a stand-alone kiosk mode or integrated into most standards-based access control systems. Individuals requesting access are notified if their body temperature is within acceptable limits, or if they're required to wear a mask. The findings are reported to an administrator, as well as the screened person.

ACCESS RECORDS:

A password-protected, configurable log of visitors that includes pictures, actual temperature data, pass-fail results and other information is also available to administrators. Maintaining proper access records can help organizations prove they took the necessary steps to safeguard their offices and their constituents.

With the Thermal Reader Temperature Screening companies can limit entry, helping to ensure safe office environments for employees, vendors, and customers. The system is flexible and can easily be updated based on the latest set of CDC, state, and organizational guidelines.

KEY FEATURES:

• Fully-customizable entry detection criteria
• No contact temperature measurements
• Temperature detection range between 86°F to 113°F
• Configurable temperature thresholds
• PPE face mask detection
• Two-way audio with EZ Access Station terminal
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• Supports multiple custom prompts
• Various mounting options
• Tamper protection, door open time out and time exceeded alarms

• Facial Recognition
• Accuracy > 99%; False Rate < 1%
• 10,000 face storage capacity
• Recognition time 0.2 seconds
• Anti-spoofing detection effective against pictures and videos
• Face recognition distance between 6” and 9.5’
• 1080P low-illumination, wide-angle lens to capture high quality images
• Supports video capture recordings
• Built-in storage for archiving

Thermal Camera Temperature Screening in treating the spread of Covid-19:

  • Thermal Readers can automate the process of taking body temperature readings and checking for the presence of PPE masks.
  • The system can be set up in a stand-alone kiosk mode or integrated into most standards-based access control systems.
  • Individuals requesting access are notified if their body temperature is within acceptable limits, or if they're required to wear a mask. The findings are reported to an administrator, as well as the screened person.
  • Companies can limit entry, helping to ensure safe office environments for employees, vendors, and customers.