Elevated Temperature Thermal Solution Brochure

Thermal camera technology to introduce elevated skin temperature checking for frontline defence against potential febrile persons. Improve staff and customer safety whilst protecting business operations.

  • Mobile pedestal for rapid deployment and plug & play setup.
  • Temperature checking with accuracy from 0.1 to 0.5+-c – based on technology option.
  • Audible alert upon detection.
  • Records suspected febrile person for post-analysis on USB.
  • Auto tracking to simplify subject identification.
  • Intuitive UI with Dual-Displays (Day Camera + IR) provides easy target identification, simplifies operation and minimise handling.
  • Suitable for hospital, aged care, airports, factories, warehouse, food productions, manufacturing and much more.
  • Alternative options available.

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Drawing on our proven performance of Sentry MK3, the system that protected many organisations and institutions from H5N1 to MERS-CoV – the Sentry MK4 is a culmination of more than a decade of experience of developing a remarkable temperature checking thermal cameras.

 

Small Form Factor

Possibly one of the smallest form factor in the world but not compromising on performance. The exquisite styling forms the meticulous design that accentuates beautiful contours and fine detailing for distinctive and sophistication.

Rapid Deployment

Colour coded labels, respective to the connector to simplify connections. Sentry MK4 can be fixed installed on either walls or ceiling. For mobile setup, the system can be install on any camera tripod or optional mobile pedestal.

Febrile Subject Recording

Video Recording capabilities for playback or post-incident Data Analysis (use with third party analytic solutions).

 

Disclaimer: The Sentry MK4 is not marketed or intended to be used as a medical device. This device does not determine the core body temperature of subjects nor can it determine if a virus is present. Actual core body temperature can only be determined using an approved clinical measurement device and should be considered as the first stage in screening people.