Thermal Guard Temperature Screener
Plug and play, standalone system with a slim modern design and accurate infrared thermal sensor collecting the average of 32 multi-points on your face. Detects body temperature at an accuracy of ± 0.5 ºF.
The temperature screening system includes:
- Fever Detection Camera
- Mask Detection Technology
- Instant & Contactless
- Employee Time Stamping
- Integrates with doors & RFID
- On-Site Real Time Remote Viewing
- AI Facial Recognition (enable/disable)
- ‘Plug & Play’ user-friendly
- 1 Year Warranty
- Free Shipping
VOLUME DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
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Highlight of Features:
Instant - effortlessly scan each person in under 1 seconds. Works immediately after the device is powered on – no calibration needed.
Mask Detection - a less obtrusive way to scan employees and patrons. Users can also be denied access if there's no mask detected.
Push Notifications - you can set it to notify you for what’s most convenient, delivering via email or SMS.
Comfortable - avoid the unpleasant experience to have an employee or security guard pointing handheld devices at guests. Protect your establishment with minimal distraction & effort.
Disclaimer: Our products are not used to diagnose the coronavirus or any other form of virus/disease. Thirty8 Degrees is not advertising our devices for use in the medical industry or for medical purposes. The Thermal Guard Temperature Screening System can identify individuals that show higher than average temperature in relation to normal standards set into the system. Our devices do not find individuals experiencing coronavirus symptoms or any related virus symptoms. There is no way to thermally detect an infected individual who doesn’t have an elevated body temperature and only a licensed medical professional can determine if an individual is experiencing an abnormal medical condition. Please consult a physician or visit your country's official website on COVID 19 protocols. For more info, visit the World Health Organization website.