Thermal Camera Can Identify Individual Body Temperatures
By Mat Dirjish
Trumpeted at the next generation in business security, Platinum CCTV’s PT-BF5421-T thermal/visible hybrid IP security camera identifies individuals both visually and thermally. Essentialy, it can measure and display the body temperatures of several individuals in the coverage area.
Viable for rapidly pre-screening individuals for fevers, the camera provides accurate body temperature readings of ±0.3°C while alerting staff to institute facility protocols. Users clearly see images at distances up to 3m and the camera sends both visible and audible signals whenever it detects a high body temperature.
The PT-BF5421-T thermal camera is available with rapid deployment tripods, recorder and licenses, or with the camera and/or blackbody alone for permanent mounting. It can also operate with Platinum CCTV’s proprietary Advanced Video Management platform (AVM), which allows clients to scan through days, weeks or months of security camera footage video in a matter of seconds. Other features include:
- HD Resolution Video quality (1920 by 1080 resolution).
- 2.0 Mpixel CMOS Image Sensor; H.265 Video Compression; 30 fps video.
- Configurable Audible Siren and Visible light alert.
- Artificial Intelligence for accurate temperature readings.
- 13-mm lens for temperature detection up to three meters away.
- Bullet camera housing; glass front with isolated lenses; built-in VCA, with on-screen display of body temperatures to screen for fever, featuring both Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature options.
- Thermal sensitivity of 40 mK; temperature measurement range of 30°C to +45°C; spectral range 8 µm to 14 µm.
- Mounting for ceiling or wall; PoE support; IP67 weatherproof housing; optional backbox, pole mount and tripod available; ONVIF 2.0 compliant, works with most NVR software.
Heating up to get working, but need more details? Then procure and peruse the PT-BF5421-T datasheet.
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