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Saelig introduces camera for non-contact temperature screening

Fotric 226B Infrared Thermal Imager

Fotric 226B Infrared Thermal Imager

Saelig Co. Inc., a Perinton firm that distributes products for test and measurement and control, has introduced a thermal camera for non-contact temperature screening.

The Fotric 226B Infrared Thermal Imager is an infrared camera that uses PC software for non-contact measurement of temperature, requiring zero person-to-person contact. The camera has a millisecond response time, automatically locking onto facial outlines through a built-in AI face-shape detection algorithm to provide 100 percent accurate temperature measurements.

When a person with above-normal body temperature is detected by the Fotric 226B, an audible alarm is triggered and a high quality image is captured with the recorded body temperature.

The Fotric 226B has WLIR software, which automatically counts the number of screened individuals and the number of suspected abnormal body temperature alarms during the screening process. This record-keeping will aid with statistical measurements for epidemic prevention and control.

According to Saelig, the thermal camera performs best indoors with ambient lighting and with distances of three to 10 feet between the individual and the camera. The Fotric 226B is available for purchase now through Saelig.

Nsheldon@bridgetowermedia.com / (585) 363-7031

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