Hikvision’s Highly Accurate Thermographic Cameras
Businesses have new challenges as they get back to business in 2020. A top priority is to protect their employees, visitors and customers while also providing a great customer experience. Easy-to-operate Hikvision temperature detection cameras can facilitate safe reopening and operations.
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Thermal cameras can help you easily and quickly pre-screen employees, visitors, customers and vendors before they enter your business. Pre-screening takes less than one second and is highly accurate.
Hikvision’s Highly Accurate Thermographic Cameras for elevated skin-surface temperature detection are available in various housing models including bi-spectrum turrets, bi-spectrum bullets, and a handheld model. Cameras provide these benefits:
Mitigate Risk of Exposure
Thermal Technology is Highly Effective
Extremely Safe—Contactless Measurement from a Distance
Instant One-Second Screening
Smart—Only Screens Human Skin Surface
Accurate up to ± 0.9 Degrees Fahrenheit
Temperature Screening is one of the CDC’s recommendations for reopening business
With advanced detectors and algorithms, Hikvision’s Highly Accurate Thermographic Cameras can be used for immediate detection and preliminary screening of elevated skin-surface temperature with accuracy up to ± 0.9 degrees Fahrenheit (± 0.5 degrees Celsius), and can reach up to 0.5 degrees Fahrenheit (± 0.3 degrees Celsius) using the Hikvision Black Body Calibrator accessory.
The cameras can safely detect elevated skin-surface temperatures from a distance up to 23 feet (7 meters) in just one second. All models can be mounted on a tripod for temporary applications. The turret and bullet models can also be permanently mounted on fixed structures.
All cameras support audible temperature alarms and are bi-spectrum with a 4 MP or 8 MP optical camera. Screening can be performed remotely using Hikvision’s iVMS-4200 software on a PC, using an NVR with a monitor, or using the Hik-Thermal app with the Wi-Fi enabled handheld thermographic camera.