COVID-19 has changed how we think about airborne illnesses and we are all taking extra precautions as a result. Use this body temperature scanner to help detect those that have fevers and are sick. Great for the public or work environment facilities to check guests or employees. Available in floor-mount, counter-mount and wall-mount versions, the Temperature Testing Kiosk is designed to instruct customers where to position their head to take their temperature. Once achieved, they are prompted on their next steps. Software can be customized to fit your industry needs, such as ‘You are now cleared to enter’ or ‘You have an elevated temperature, please proceed to additional screening.
- Provides the first layer of screening protection
- Non-contact, fully-automated kiosk
- Detects temperature of user standing in front of device
- Reads temperature quickly
- Set your own acceptable temperature thresholds
- Verbal warning/success message is programmable
- Manufactured with high-quality sensors
These kiosks are invaluable to help identify illnesses and avoid the spread of viruses. Vet staff members and the public before entry to public and private premises such as gaming environments, financial institutions, hotel and entertainment venues, healthcare settings, supermarkets, factories, transport hubs and corporate offices. The primary function is to track and identify abnormal temperature readings in people.
The TSK (temperature sensing kiosk) is able to approximate the surface temperature of subjects for the purpose of assisting in the controlling of access to a facility. If a temperature is identified that appears to be outside a specified range, additional inquiry will be needed to determine the cause. That inquiry may or may not include seeking medical attention from a health care provider. The TSK is not a medical device and has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The TSK is not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease.
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