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Body Temperature Detection Cameras by Clearway Services, Dartford, Kent


ABOUT THIS PRODUCT...


The Body Temperature Detection Cameras, now available from Clearway Services, in Dartford, Kent, offers organisations across the spectrum a way to monitor people’s body temperature without physical contact, thereby reducing the risk of viral spread in workplaces and other settings.


These advanced thermal cameras will accurately detect elevated body temperature, which may indicate the presence of a fever. With technology providing measurement accuracy down to ±0.3°C, it can take such a camera less than a second to detect a person’s temperature, thus allowing large numbers of people to be screened simultaneously, and whilst on the move, such as through main entrance doors or turnstiles.


As people pass one of these cameras, built-in audio will trigger an alarm to notify a supervisor immediately when a person with elevated body temperature is detected, enabling their admission to a building or site to be temporarily prevented until their temperature can be confirmed manually with a thermometer.


The COVID-19 vaccine will not prevent people from developing COVID-19, nor will it prevent people from inadvertently transferring it to others. Therefore, it remains imperative that instant body temperature detection systems continue to be installed in offices, retail destinations, hospitality and leisure environments, medical facilities, transport hubs and other public spaces.


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enquiries@clearway.co.uk 01322 479652 www.clearway.co.uk/bodytemp


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