FEVER SCREENING TECHNOLOGY
IRIS 520 HD Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging System
A robust and high definition Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging System suitable for ‘first level triage’ fever screening of moving crowds. Can be installed to screen crowds up to 15 meters with high accuracy.
Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging cameras don’t detect fever, disease or illness. Thermal imaging cameras can identify whether a person being screened is displaying an abnormal skin temperature. Thermal imaging cameras allow volumes of people to be screened while moving, any individual displaying abnormal temperatures can be ‘triaged’ for further clinical evaluation.
The most effective front line approach to disease containment is through ‘first level’ mass ‘triage’ screening, followed by secondary screening of all individuals who test positive at the first level. Meditherm offers equipment and protocols that satisfy all levels of health security screening.
Find out more about the IRIS 520 HD Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging System:
EASY TO SET-UP & OPERATE
Can be moved between screening stations and deployed within minutes
FAST, RELIABLE & ACCURATE IMAGING
Built for high accuracy and sensitivity to process people quickly and efficiently
SIMPLE TO INTEGRATE
Operates seamlessly alongside other security equipment and metal detectors
|Detector:||FPA, uncooled (25 µm x 25 µm)|
|Spectral range:||7 – 13 µm|
|Optical resolution (IR):||380 x 280 pixels|
|Frame rate:||Up to 120 Hz|
|Thermal sensitivity :|
|Temperature measurement sensitivity (comparative Δ) :||0.01℃.|
|Optics:||23º x 17º 10 mm or 6º x 5º 35.5 mm or 41º x 31º 5.7 mm or 72º x 52º 3.3 mm.|
|Temperature range in medical specification 17℃ to 38℃ (scalable via software):||-20℃ – 250℃.|
(absolute temperature) ±2% Calibrated Δ 0.3℃
|PC interface:||USB 2.0 or 3.0|
|Ambient temperature:||0℃ to 50℃|
|Storage temperature:||-40℃ to 70℃|
|Enclosure size:||55 mm x 150 mm x 250 mm|
|Shock / vibration:||25G, IEC 68-2-29 / 2G, IEC 68-2-6|
|Power supply:||USB powered. PC, Laptop or Tablet running Windows.|
|Weight:||1020 g (2lb 4oz)|
|Relative humidity:||20 – 80%, non condensing|
Auto ambient correction
WinTES3 camera control and analysis software.
Optional rechargeable power supply (back-up laptop or tablet)
Meditherm IRIS HD 520
- Realtime screening eliminates the need for queues.
- Simple user interface allows anyone to quickly become proficient at operating the system.
- Visual and audible alarms permit fast identification of source of alarm.
- Stable calibration over ambient temperature changes ensures excellent measurement repeatability.
- Selectable alarm threshold provides measurement flexibility.
The Meditherm fever screening system is a turn-key package including the Meditherm real-time Radiometric IR camera, camera stand, computer, software, and touch screen flat panel user interface/screen.
The system monitors and displays thermal images and has an adjustable temperature threshold to provide an alarm when a temperature exceeds the threshold. The camera operates at real-time update rates, and displays images in color on a flat panel display.
Meditherm medical grade health security screening applications include:
- Triage ‘first level’ screening
- Secondary level screening
For the Containment of:
- Avian Flu
- All fever related pathologies
The knowledgable team at Meditherm made installing a thermography service easy. The Meditherm IRIS systems generate good bottom line profits with minimal investment and time.
The IRIS 520 Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging System is a robust fever screening solution ideal for screening small groups in enclosed spaces and points of entry.
IRIS 520 UHD
The IRIS 520 UHD Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging System is an ultra high definition, high performance tool for screening large crowds at greater distances.
IRIS 520 Mobile System
Our hand held, completely mobile system allows for deployment on the move. Suitable for use in the field, or where locations change rapidly.
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