Temperature Screening Kiosk supports multiple authentication options. Enable each individually or in combinations to allow access to a facility. Options include:
- Screen for Elevated Body Temperature
- Facial Recognition
- Face Mask Wearing Alert: Check if the person has on a face mask and issue an audio reminder if not
- Forced Mask Wearing Alert: Require a face mask to be worn
- Require an Access Card
Using infrared temperature technology, the vanadium oxide sensor can detect a face and take a skin temperature in fast temperature measurement mode. Skin temperatures above the prescribed range are interpreted as a fever, requiring further medical testing before allowing access to the facility.
The facial recognition feature can be enabled to identify up to 50,000 faces; time for facial recognition is less than 0.02 seconds with an accuracy rate of greater than 99%. This terminal includes support for up to 50,000 access cards. In public settings use only temperature and/or face mask wearing settings to allow or deny access to visitors.
Transmit information to the included client software via TCP/IP for data storage. A security guard or receptionist can monitor the kiosk remotely from a tablet (sold separately) for an additional layer of remote screening and access control.
Kiosk connects to an external access controller via Wiegand protocol, or to a secure door control unit via RS-485 connection. Comes with wall mounting hardware; floor stand for temporary installations is sold separately. Connect with a standard wired Ethernet connection. Unit is approximately 11 inches high and 4.5 inches wide with a 7 inch touchscreen, and is for indoor use only.