With the COVID-19 outbreak going on right outside our doors and in the rest of the world, we must be one step ahead. Did you know that there is a device that can accurately detect a person’s temperature when they step into a room? This advancement in technology is key to detecting the presence of any virus, such as the continually developing coronavirus (COVID-19) and stopping it’s spread in your facility.
HIGH TECH DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES is proud to present the Invid Body Temperature Detection Network Camera System.
How does the body temperature detection camera system work?
The Body Temperature Detection System is made of 3 components. The SEC-BODYTEMPCAM1 Thermal Camera, the SEC-BBT infrared calibrator for temperature accuracy, and the SN1A-4X4 4 channel Network Video recorder with built-in facial recognition technology and 8TB Hard Drive.
All of these components work together to provide a medical-grade temperature (+/- 0.54 degrees F). All you must do is install the thermal camera and the blackbody (you can mount it to a ceiling or wall and tripod bracket which is sold separately) between 9.8-16.5 ft away from each other.
When a person walks through the black body, the camera will automatically detect the individual’s temperature.
Contact us today and see how our new thermal technology can be used in your facility today!
This is the live demo of the Body Temperature Measurement System from InVid Tech. This view is from both the cameras OSD and the CMS Live View. There will be a firmware update adjusting Celsius to Fahrenheit
16 People Temperature Measurement With 30ms
Max 16 People Can Be Measured Simultaneously In Real-Time
Dynamic Real-Time Continuous Detection
Intelligent Automatic Temperature Detection
Complete 16 People Temperature Measurement In 16s
Only Can Simultaneously Complete The 1 Person Temperature Measurement
Need Arrange And Irregular Measurement
Manual Temperature Measurement
According To The Statistics Of Clinical Manifestations, 28 Statutory Infectious Diseases Out Of 39 Have Fever Symptoms In The Early Stage.
Is An Important Means Of Epidemic Prevention And Control