|1 unit||3 units||5 units||10 units|
|$2990.00 (s) Each||$2890.00 (s) each||$2790 (s) each||$2695 each (s)|
|Optional floor stand $140.00 (s)|
Delivery to one USA address.
Features Screens visitors and employees automatically at entrances and in reception areas.
Simply stand within a few feet of the temperature screening monitor, it
scans your face and takes an accurate temperature instantly. The unit then says
please pass or high temperature detected.
This device can be set up to function as a temperature monitor, however it can also control (allow / Deny) access via face recognition and can store up to 10,000 faces and names. It can detect masks being worn and tell a person to put on a mask.
Automatic Temperature Check.
10,000 faces stored.
Access Entry Control. ( can trigger a door or turnstile to allow entry)
Data Recording by emailing high temperature readings to designated email addresses.
Custom voice commands.
Mask detection. ( will tell the person to put on a mask before allowing entry)
Hard Hat Detection. ( will tell the person to wear a protective hat being allowing entry)
All functions can be controlled with simple software provided. Each unit has its own IP address and can be logged into remotely with a password.
Employees faces can be stored in the unit and in the computer and can be deleted remotely to control access to a building ( you can remove an employee to deny access instantly by accessing the unit online.)
NOTE: The detection of an elevated temperature is not evidence on its own of viral infection or even a fever, this device can not diagnose fever, it is not diagnosing any medical condition. It is reccomended that a person who presents with a raised temperature is reffered for accurate temperature testing with a calibrated medical thermometer and other medical screening by a medical professional. This equiptment is not intended to make medical diagnosis in any way. This device can not make medical diagnosis, and is simply reading body temperature at time of presenting to the device during a “security screening check” Here see the FDA guidelines for Temperature screening https://www.fda.gov/media/137079/download
For more information please discuss with your supplier.