How does our body temperature detection system work?
Any object with a temperature above absolute zero will emit a detectable amount of thermal radiation in the form of infrared. A thermal camera converts infrared radiation into grayscale values and matches those grayscale values to temperature values through an algorithm model.
Thermal cameras with high-temperature accuracy can help detect elevated body temperatures which may indicate the presence of a fever. Ideal situations include measuring the elevated body temperature screening of employees, visitors, commuters, shoppers, and construction workers.
- Measurement accuracy ±0.5 °C or ±0.3 °C depending on the option chosen
- Measurement distance: 0.8m-2.5m or 2m-7m depending on the option chosen.
- Up to 30 targets at the same time
Blackbody Calibration Unit
- Blackbody is a standard temperature source used for temperature calibration
- Measurements are affected by environmental factors so this device calibrates in real-time
- Integrated with face detection
- Suitable for single-point emergency deployment and small or medium-sized project selection