Protect Your Most Valuable Assets - Your Human Assets
To ensure that individuals entering a location are not running a high temperature, TOP introduces the new infrared temperature sensor/detector. It provides alerts when a person is running a high temperature within one (1) second.
The system uses an advanced algorithm for detecting and calculating heat signatures. Based on technology developed in Germany, the highly accurate sensor measures with a tolerance of +/- 0.5 degrees Celsius (+/- 0.9 degrees Fahrenheit). Tablets also come with a 2-year warranty.
Why a temperature sensor?
- Provides the first layer of screening protection
- More hygienic with non-touch infrared technology
- Multiple devices can be monitored by a single user
- Camera reversible 180°
- Three size options: 10.1''. 15.6'', 21.5''
- Adjustable pole stand with weighted base
- Wall mount
- Desktop stands
- Future firmware upgrade options
- Photo & thermal result email alerts
- Facial recognition
- Customized flagging
- ReAX control
- Third-party control and access integration
- HDMI out for a second display
- Digital signage capabilities
- 3' Infrared sensor range
Q: What factors may give an inaccurate temperature reading?
A: Placing the device behind reflective surfaces, like plexiglass, will cause an inaccurate temperature reading. Additionally, sweat, or other liquids on the surface of the skin will skew the results. Biological factors which elevate an individual's skin temperature, such as sunburn, should also be considered when gauging the reading's accuracy.
Q: Do I need to remove my mask or hat before a temperature reading?
A: The device detects the temperature of your skin, so as long as your forehead is exposed, the device can still provide an accurate temperature reading.
Q: What body temperature is considered a fever?
A: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) considers a fever to be a body temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. Please note that the device detects skin temperature, and that a person may still be considered ill with a temperature below 100.4 degrees.
Q: What technology does the device use to detect temperature?
A: The device uses Long Wave Infrared Technology.
Q: How does Long Wave Infrared Technology compare to other Infrared Technology?
A: Long Wave Infrared Technology does not need to be cooled. As a result, it requires less maintenance than Medium Wave Infrared Technology and Short Wave Infrared Technology. The length of the waves make LWIR suitable for dusty or foggy environments as well, since it detects what temperature radiates from an object.
Q: Do employers require consent to screen their employees' temperatures?
A: According to the Enforcement Policy for Telethermographic Systems During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Public Health Emergency (April 2020), emp