Micro-Epsilon TIM-QVGA-HD-T100 compact thermal imager
The TIM QVGA-HD-T100 from Micro-Epsilon is a compact thermal imager specifically designed for early fever recognition. By changing the camera lenses, the camera can be used for measuring the body temperature of a group of people or for targeted temperature measurement of an individual person. The software is set to automatically recognise and display the thermal image of people with elevated body temperature.
The device has a measuring range from -20 to 100°C with high thermal sensitivity of 40 mK. This improvement is made to address the limitation of the existing thermal imager where the temperature range and thermal resolution are not deemed accurate for body temperature measurement. The optional ambient temperature radiator TM-BR20AR-TIM can also be used with the camera to increase measurement accuracy by approximately 0.5°C.
The TIM-QVGA has an optical resolution of 382 x 288 pixels. It is suitable for monitoring public places such as entrances to workplaces or institutions, airports, train stations, hospitals, supermarkets, shopping malls as well as schools and universities. The existing thermal imaging camera TIM640 is also well suited for this type of measurement application.
The Micro-Epsilon TIM-QVGA-HD-T100 compact thermal imager is available from Bestech Australia.
Phone: 03 9540 5100
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