Infrared (IR) temperature sensors enable accurate non-contact temperature measurement in medical applications. The most common applications for this type of temperature sensor is measuring ear temperature, forehead temperature, or skin temperature.
Infrared thermometers typically use a lens to focus infrared light from one object onto a detector, called a thermopile. The thermopile absorbs the infrared radiation and turns it into heat. The more infrared energy, the hotter the thermopile gets. This heat is turned into electricity. The electricity is sent to a detector, which uses it to determine the temperature of whatever the thermometer is pointed at.
Thermal Principle : Any object with temperatures above absolute Zero emits a detectable amount of radiation. A thermal camera converts IR radiation into grayscale values, and matches grayscale values to temperature values through an algorithm model.
Thermal imaging is ideal for rapid temperature screening in places with large crowds or staff turnover to effectively avoid cross infection. But its accuracy is lesser than a IR Temperature Sensor.
Applications : Office buildings, large industrial parks, shopping malls, hospitals, airports, ports, railway stations, metros, government buildings, financial institutions.
Integrated Wrist Temperature Measurement System – Model : CW 170
Automatic Temperature Measurement
Real time alarm of People with fever
Real-time snapshot of human face during temperature measurement
Supports reminder to wear mask
Supports real-time statistics of data, allows exporting temperature data
Supports receiving details of those with abnormal body temperature soon as there is an alarm
Quick and easy set-up for offices, malls and other areas