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​Body Temperature Detection Network Camera

  • On-board temp-detection algorithm

  • One IP address two channels

  • Standard Image: 2 Megapixel (1920 x 1080) Resolution
    Thermal Image: Effective pixels 400×300

  • Sensitivity 40mK

  • Thermal: 8mm Fixed lens, Visible: 2.7-12mm motorized lens 

  • Accuracy within 0.54°F  (0.3°C)

  • Body detection, up to 16 Targets

  • Response Time 30ms

  • 17 color control

  • Temperature is accurately and stably controlled by an intelligent temperature controller. 

DISCLAIMER: Products are not medical devices and cannot diagnose coronavirus (COVID-19) infection. When configured correctly, the products discussed here can identify individuals showing higher than average temperature, or fever, relative to a sample population. Only a licensed medical professional can determine if a “hot” individual is experiencing an abnormal medical condition.  

CDC Definitions of Symptoms for Reportable Illnesses

The 42 Code of Federal Regulations parts 70/71 Final Rule defines an ill person as someone who:

  1. Has a fever (has a measured temperature of 100.4 °F [38 °C]† or greater, or feels warm to the touch, or gives a history of feeling feverish) accompanied by one or more of the following:

    • skin rash

    • difficulty breathing

    • persistent cough

    • decreased consciousness or confusion of recent onset

    • new unexplained bruising or bleeding (without previous injury)

    • persistent diarrhea

    • persistent vomiting (other than air sickness)

    • headache with stiff neck, or

    • appears obviously unwell


  2. Has a  fever that has persisted for more than 48 hours OR

  3. Has symptoms or other indications of communicable disease, as the CDC may announce through posting of a notice in the Federal Register

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