SELF-SERVICE THERMAL SCANNING WITH RELIABLE RESULTS.
Accurate infrared measurement that is FDA compliant
Non-contact, self-service thermal scanning
Provides outputs for triggering auxiliary doors & gates
Offers data compliance storage for legal protections
Accuracy to +/- 0.9* F
Thermal Scanning with Reliable Results in One Second or Less!
Simply place your fist under the scanner (1-4 inches away) and less than one second later you will get either a red or green light or optional speaker model to announce the next steps!
FeverWarn measures the accurate temperature of individuals through their fist in one second or less, and, in an orderly manner allowing for the recommended six-feet of social distancing. The National Institute of Health has named the fist as a viable option for conducting a temperature check.
Fist & Wrist Temperature Scanning
Increased boy temperatures spreads to the skin via blood circulation. The skin surface of the hand, due to exposed high arterial flow, responds easily and steadily to changes in the mean body temperature. Results are repeatable and steady with +/- 0.5 degrees.
Try it for yourself. Make a fist. You can clearly see the arteries in the hand leading to the fingers. The closeness of these arteries to the skin wall makes this area ideal for self-scanning and produces excellent results across a vast majority of the population.
Why The Wrist is Better Than The Head for Temperature Scanning
Virtually no perspiration vs. heavy perspiration of forehead which interferes with thermal scanning
Reduced hair on wrist and fist vs. possible hair interfering with forehead thermal scanners
No makeup on wrist/fist vs. possible eye and skin makeup on head thermal scanning
No interference by hats, face coverings, sunglasses, which is commonplace with head thermal scanning
Easy self-servicing without danger of personnel exposure prior to results
The back of the hand has ideal arterial blood flow, which accurately correlates to mean body temperature. Research confirms, the back of the hand has one of the most steady readings which is ideal for thermal scanning.
WHAT HAPPENS IN COLD WEATHER?
All infrared fever scanners have some inherent issues in colder ambient temperatures, especially when measuring unprotected body surfaces’ temperature. Knowing this, we’ve designed maximum flexibility into the FeverWarn 150/250 series. A longer snout allows for the scanning of the wrist/fist area and other body surfaces as well. With colder weather, the wrist’s underside is usually more protected from the cold, enabling individuals to obtain an accurate scan of the wrist or forearm’s underside by pulling up their coat/sweater sleeve.
This is especially true in high wind chill conditions because cold wind draws heat from exposed body parts (forehead, hands, etc.), leaving the skin surface much colder. Winter windchill can make the situation worse as a few minutes of exposure can drive down the skin and internal body temperature, hampering thermal results.
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