Instant Elevated Skin-Temperature Screening at a Safe Distance Using Hikvision’s Highly Accurate Thermographic (HAT) Turret Cameras
Get instant, elevated skin-surface temperature screening at a safe distance using Hikvision’s Highly Accurate Thermographic (HAT) turret camera models.
Hikvision has two turret models to meet your application needs:
- Hikvision’s DS-2TD1217B-3/PA Thermographic Turret Cameras feature a 3.1 mm lens, and are equipped with highly sensitive thermal and optical sensors and a graphical processing unit to run the video content analysis (VCA) algorithms developed by Hikvision’s deep learning technology.
- Hikvision’s DS-2TD1217B-6/PA Thermographic Turret Cameras feature a 6.2 mm lens, and are equipped with highly sensitive thermal and optical sensors and a graphical processing unit to run the video content analysis (VCA) algorithms developed by Hikvision’s deep learning technology.
Temperature screening is one of the CDC’s recommendations for reopening businesses. Easy-to-operate Hikvision temperature screening turret cameras can help. Screening takes less than one second, is highly accurate, and offers contactless measurement from a distance. Our HAT turret models also provide:
- Accuracy up to ±0.5 Degrees Fahrenheit (± 0.3 degrees Celsius) using the Hikvision Blackbody Calibrator
- IR Distance up to 49 Feet (15 m)
- Mitigate Risk of Exposure
- Improved Safety by Offering Contactless Measurement from a Distance
Visit this link to learn more about our full line of Highly Accurate Thermographic cameras and accessories. And, visit our brochures webpage for additional resources on thermographic and other Hikvision solutions.
Disclaimer: Hikvision USA Inc. products depicted herein are not FDA approved medical devices and are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease. When configured correctly, the Hikvision products discussed herein can identify elevated human skin-surface temperature relative to a sample population.