Automatically Statistics of Screening and Alarming Numbers
WLIR can automatically count the number of screened personnel and the number of suspected abnormal body temperature alarms during the screening process, for an epidemic prevention and control.
Automatically Temperature Alarm
When an abnormal temperature person is detected, WLIR will automatically emit a buzzer to alert the alarm, and the face recognition frame of will be immediately displayed in red accordingly for a quick on-site identification.
Automatically Snap Shot for Abnormal Body Temperature
When an alarm is triggered by an abnormal body temperature person, WLIR will automatically capture the photo of the detected person for later statistics and analysis.
|IR Resolution||384 x 288 pixels|
|Thermal Sensitivity (NETD)||<0.05°C@30°C|
|Field of View (FOV)||28°H x 21°V|
|Detector Type||Polysillicon-FPA, uncooled microbolometer; 17pm, Spectral Range 8-14pm|
|Temperature Range||20°C-60°C (68°F-140°F)|
|Al Face Detection||Dual Light Detection (visible light and infrared thermal)|
|Al Body Temperature Algorithm||Calibrate alarm thresholds in real time based on ambient temperature|
|Statistic Function||Automatic statistics of screening number|
|Shooting Mode||Automatic abnormal temperature snap shot or manual shooting|
|Alarm Function||Both color alarm and sound alarm|
|Image Format||Standard JPEG with temperature data|
|Operating Temperature||0°C-40°C (32°F-104°F)|
|Storage Temperature||-20°C-50°C (-4°F-122°F)|
|Charging System||DC 12V Charger|
|Dimensions (LxHxW)||97mm x 145mm x93.5mm|
|Tripod Mounting||UNC %”-20|
|Standard Configuration||226B infrared image，standard lens, DC adaptor; 3m USB, Calibration Certificate,
Getting Started Manual (with warranty card)