Thermal Fever Screening

What is Thermal Fever Screening? –

The use of a long range thermal camera which converts heat (or infrared) radiation to detect elevated body temperatures which could be an indication of fever, a symptom of some viruses.

Applications –

Thermal cameras can be easily installed and used for fever screening of customers as well as employees when entering a shop, office or any other business.

Advantages –

Fever screening using thermal cameras is highly efficient as temperatures can be detected in as quick as one second and multiple people can be screened at one time whilst avoiding physical contact.

The Fever Screening Process –

A dedicated indoor area should be set up for screening, ideally where there is little or no breeze, where customers or employees can be quickly screened from a distance of 3 to 5 meters. If an individual appears to be showing signs of fever, the individual’s temperature can be double checked using a regular thermometer to confirm their temperature.

Hikvision Plug & Play Thermal Temperature-Screening Scanner with Metal Detector

£7,776 – excluding VAT (Supply Only)
£9,331.20 – including VAT (Supply Only)

Fitting Costs – £1000+VAT

The Hikvision Plug & Play Thermal Temperature-Screening Scanner with Metal Detector is an all-in-one metal detector door and thermal camera suitable for skin temperature screening and security applications. It is ideal for use in hospitals, schools, police offices, businesses, concert/ sports venues, shops, customs, airports, train and bus stations, and other indoor environments.

Thermal Cameras for Fever Screening

An Example of Fever Screening Using a Thermal Camera

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