Since the Covid-19 outbreak, significant time and resources have been invested in the development of effective screening technology to help contain the spread of the virus.
In-depth research has shown that infrared (IR) camera based thermography can be used to accurately detect body temperature, providing a fast, non-invasive, and non-contact method of screening individuals at risk of infection.
Harlequin enables mass fever screening for use in factories, offices, airports, public buildings, schools and apartments.
The technology accurately measures the temperature of the eyes, as this yields the closest correlation to core body temperature. Other methods of mass fever screening such as infrared (IR) temperature guns, contact thermometry and self-reporting health declarations are not only often inefficient, but also ineffective.
Note that there is extremely high demand at present for this product so acting fast is essential to avoid significant lead times.
Non contact, non invasive fever screening
Rapid processing times
Combination of both thermal and visible imaging
Accurate correlation to core body temperature
Auto-focus and auto-ambient correction
Critical alarm system
Automated or semi automated models available
Storage and retrieval of captured data
Intuitive user interface
Throughput: ~15 screenings per minute
Resolution 640 x 480 pixels, FOV: 25° x 18.8°, Frequency: 30Hz
Thermal Sensitivity: <0.05°C @30°C (WHO approved sensitivity required for fever screening)
Absolute Temperature Accuracy: ±2°C or ±2% of reading (WHO approved accuracy required for fever screening)
Emissivity Correction: 0.01 to 1.0 (Fixed at 0.98 for fever screening)
Operating Temperature Range: -15°C to +50°C
Working Distance: ~1m
21 CFR Part 11 Compliant