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Fixed-Mount Solutions for
Skin Temperature Screening

Easy to integrate and operate

Hospitals, industries, and large facilities need a reliable skin temperature screening solution to help them reopen while protecting the safety of employees, customers, and visitors. FLIR fixed-mount thermal cameras can integrate with existing networks for point-of-entry screening that can be performed in seconds, identifying individuals with an elevated skin temperature and allowing operators to make instant decisions on whether to direct the individual for secondary screening.

 

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Fast, accurate, and easy to use

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  • Built-in Screen-EST Mode has visible/audible alarms for rapid decision-making

  • Ambient drift compensation ensures accurate measurement regardless of environmental conditions

  • Works with FLIR Screen-EST Desktop* software for full-featured, automatic screening

*Model dependent

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A500-EST

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A700-EST

Infrared resolution 464 × 348 pixels 640 × 480 pixels
Field of view (lens-dependent) 42° x 32°, 24° x 18°
Temperature range 15°C to 45°C (59°F to 113°F);
Camera provides contrast from -20°C to 120°C (-4°F to 248°F) but will not provide temperature information
 

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FLIR A500-EST

Infrared Resolution: 464 × 348 pixels

Field of view (lens-dependent): 42° x 32°, 24° x 18°

Temperature range: 15°C to 45°C (59°F to 113°F); camera provides contrast from -20°C to 120°C (-4°F to 248°F) but will not provide temperature information

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FLIR A700-EST

Infrared Resolution: 640 × 480 pixels

Field of view (lens-dependent): 42° x 32°, 24° x 18°

Temperature range: 15°C to 45°C (59°F to 113°F); camera provides contrast from -20°C to 120°C (-4°F to 248°F) but will not provide temperature information

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Contagions such as COVID-19, SARS, and other diseases can produce symptoms like elevated skin temperature—a possible sign of infection. While thermal cameras are not capable of detecting or diagnosing viruses, FLIR skin temperature screening solutions comply with governing standards, including ISO, IEC, and US FDA. Thermal screening represents a simple, preliminary measure for mitigating further contagion and possible rebound, providing the confidence to return to normalcy.

Neither FLIR Screen-EST Mode nor Desktop require the capture, recording, or transmitting of personally identifiable information. The thermal imagery displays heat, not identifying facial features.