Typically used in a clinical setting as an adjudicative diagnostic tool,
our systems can quickly scan individuals for potential fever. Using Spectron IR's FDA cleared system,
you can easily get an individual's temperature accurately within 2-3 seconds.
With a temperature threshold alarm activated, a hot area will turn red and an audible alarm will be sounded.
Infrared systems should only be used to accurately measure the temperature of one subject at a time.
Spectron IR’s software was developed from the ground up with input from some of the leading experts in clinical thermology.
Spectron IR software has the capability to aid in the detection of feverish individuals(fever screening).
The software will automatically update when new updates are released and Spectron
IR will send out a notification with instructions on how to acquire the update(s).
Temperature screening systems in airports
help prevent the spread of contagious diseases like COVID-19.
Our systems are made in the US and ready to ship out from Southern Oregon.
Cleared by the FDA since 2003 for sale in the United States
and internationally with export clearance on IR devices.
Quickly scan up to 1200 people per hour using our system to check for feverish individuals. Click HERE to view Spectron IR’s system configurations.
Our clinical infrared imaging system with FDA 510k indications for use is built specifically for use on human physiology.
With a narrow range of accuracy specific in human thermology.
Our 640×480 high resolution infrared camera is more accurate and sensitive for human imaging.
Recommended Elevated Body Temperature Protocol
Before arriving, important processes should be followed in order to improve the accuracy of the infrared screening system. Please read the following information and adhere to it as closely as possible.
Before being imaged, remove sunglasses and eyeglasses.
Each person should be positioned exactly the same for screening (probably using a bilateral foot placement diagram on the floor to make things faster and easier).
When being imaged, look straight into the camera lens. Nothing is emitted from the camera and it is 100% safe. The camera is only recording natural infrared signals that are already being emitted from the body.
Imaging should be performed 4-8 feet from the camera and the face should be centered in the image.
Do not rest your hand, forearm or other body parts on your face and forehead prior to being imaged.
If perspiring or persons experiencing hot flashes should be directed to the secondary screening location.
Do not apply wet hands to the face or forehead. Refrain from washing hands until after being imaged.
The Welch-Allyn digital thermometer would be the best to use for the secondary screening