Our newly designed infrared automatic temperature measurement system can be widely used in factories and public places to help CDC and enterprise managers quickly detect abnormal temperature personnel and achieve the purpose of epidemic prevention detection and isolation.
Human body temperature is one of the important indicators of human normal physiological activities, and also one of the physiological indicators that need to be detected for bed supervision diagnosis. Although ordinary thermometer can accurately measure human body temperature, it takes a long time to measure. Infrared temperature measurement can realize non-contact and short-term accurate measurement of human body temperature, especially suitable for use in areas with high population density, epidemic and infectious diseases. It is commonly used in communities, schools, parks and other places with large population flow.
Infrared temperature measurement is an important detection tool to deal with sudden epidemic situation in an extraordinary period. It is used for fast measurement of pedestrians at the entrance and exit, timely detection of people with abnormal temperature, implementation of fast intervention means, to prevent large-scale infection and personnel diffusion risk of virus epidemic situation in public places, and to protect epidemic management personnel in public places to the greatest extent, and frequent contact with outsiders The occurrence of the infected virus plays an effective defensive role.
The working principle of the full-automatic infrared temperature measurement system is to use photoelectric equipment to detect and measure radiation, and to establish the relationship between radiation and surface temperature. All objects above absolute zero (- 273 ºC) emit infrared radiation. The thermal imager uses the infrared detector and optical imaging objective to receive the infrared radiation energy distribution pattern of the target to reflect on the photosensitive element of the infrared detector, so as to obtain the infrared thermal image, which corresponds to the thermal distribution field on the surface of the object, and takes the highest temperature point as the measurement output form.