As businesses try to get back work they need to face new challenges. Alongside face coverings, hand sanitiser and protective screens, many companies are now investing in thermal cameras to measure the temperature of staff and visitors on entry, as well as handheld thermometers and noise management systems. We’ve developed a Back to Business Bundle of temperature and noise control instruments to help meet these needs. Each bundle contains:
- Non-contact handheld digital thermometer – for quick investigation of potential fever
- Infrared Temperature Measuring Camera – for automated door entry
- SafeEar Noise Control Sign – to keep help keep aerosol virus spread at a minimum
The simple to use non-contact digital thermometer shows quickly and safely when someone’s temperature is elevated as the screen remains green when the temperature is normal and turns red when it’s raised. An audible alarm is also available on the instrument.
The thermal camera can be linked to door entry systems to automate entry based on a person’s temperature. This non-contact facial recognition infrared temperature detection device uses a German-made distance sensor and wide-angle camera to detect and display people’s temperatures. As the person approaches, their temperature is measured and access to their workplace is either granted or denied. Because the camera is Biometric it can also be used to help with site security too. It is completely customisable allowing the user to select the ‘safe’ temperature range they want to operate within as well as the messages given to staff and visitors.
We know that one concern facing businesses is the aerosol spread of Covid-19 in canteens and social spaces through people talking loudly or having to shout to be heard. Several research studies* have highlighted that the louder the voice the more aerosol and particulates leave a person’s mouth, so we’ve adapted one of our best-selling products, the Pulsar SafeEar, to meet the needs of today. The SafeEar lights up to warn people when noise levels are too high. business simply sets a noise trigger level of their liking and when this is reached or exceeded a warning message is plain to see to everyone.