Entry-Level Thermal Detection
The third and final thermal CCTV system offered by J-Sec is best suited to businesses seeking a budget-friendly solution for their temperature reading requirements.
The temperature reading device is mounted upon a standalone stainless-steel unit that can be easily moved around the site. The device benefits from a built in LED screen that displays the temperature reading and entry signal.
This device can be used as a means of access control, if the temperature is below the set unit, the screen will produce a tick and audio plays, signalling that the individual is permitted to enter the building. However, should the individual’s temperature exceed the set unit a red cross is displayed and audio alarm will sound. At this point it is recommended you take a temperature reading physically.
Operating this device requires an individual to produce their wrist between 1-2.5cm from the reader situated on the side of the device.
The cost of this solution begins at £1,600 plus VAT.
This solution also provides the opportunity to include a video. The addition of a video solution would include all of the previously discussed features with the added benefit of a snap shot being taken of every reading, high temperatures can then be monitored externally. The cost of this additional benefit begins at £1,990 plus VAT.
Q1: What is normal temperature?
Normal body temperature is considered as 37°C, anything above this number is classed as having a high temperature, or fever.
Q2: What can cause abnormally high body temperature?
Abnormally high body temperature can be caused by a number of factors including:
- Exercise or physical activity
- Bacterial infections
- Certain medications
Q3: Do i need a thermal fever detection system to operate safely?
At J-Sec, we belive a thermal fever detection system is a vital measurement in ensuring a business is operating as safely as possible. A business with a thermal fever detection solution in place is one that cares about the safety of their staff, visitors and customers.
Q4: Can thermal imaging detect a virus?
In short no. Thermal imaging cameras cannot positively confirm the presence of a virus such as COVID19 and should not be used as a means of testing. However, the camears can confirm the presence of an abnormally high temperature. A temperature that exceeds 38 degrees can signal the presence of a virus, but this would require further testing.
Q5: How much will this cost?
The range of solutions offered by J-Sec range between £1,500 and £6,000.
Contact an engineer today to discuss the solution best suited to your requirements and circumstances: 0800 802 1106