Fotric 226B infrared thermal imager
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Note: tripods not included
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The Fotric 226B is an intelligent thermographic monitoring system.
The 226B offers a very efficient and streamlined solution for detection of elevated or abnormal body temperature. It is designed to simplify the task of temperature monitoring and identifying subjects displaying abnormal readings.
Please note, the Fotric 226B is not medical equipment and can only be used to measure temperature. The 226B cannot be used to diagnose COVID-19/Coronavirus.
Screen groups of people simultaneously
The Fotric 226B can be used to screen large groups of people simultaneously. Through its powerful AI face detection module, the 226B is able to automatically detect and screen individuals as they pass through its field of view.
With a detection range of 2.6 to 10.5 feet, personnel are able to obtain accurate readings while adhering to social distancing requirements. The 226B can be placed at the head of a queue and will alert personnel when its temperature alarm has been triggered.
Intelligent temperature calibration algorithm
The WLIR has a built-in body temperature calibration algorithm. This automatically collects facial temperatures from different scenarios for self-learning and adjusts the alarm threshold in real time by adapting to changes in ambient temperature. This also helps prevent false positives from fluctuations in morning and evening temperature.
Automatic statistics on screening and alarm numbers
The WLIR software can automatically count the number of screened personnel and suspected abnormal body temperature alarms.
Automatic temperature alarm
When a person exhibiting abnormal temperature is detected, an audio alert will sound and the facial recognition frame will immediately turn red. This provides personnel a fast method for identification.
Automatic snapshot when abnormal body temperature is detected
When an alarm is triggered, the unit will automatically capture a photo of the detected person for later statistics and analysis.