SA200P (Portable Infrared Thermometer) Infrared Temperature Detector Box Video Demostration
The infrared thermometer of the human body can work normally only at a certain ambient temperature. Usually the body temperature is measured at an ambient temperature below 16 ° C, and the data will show large deviations, and even cannot be displayed. From the measurement principle, it is a normal phenomenon. It is recommended to measure in a place without strong convection, no strong radiation, non-high humidity, relatively constant temperature, and in line with the declared ambient temperature of the thermometer.
Taking the unattended portable thermometer SA200P as an example, the measured surface temperature of the person to be measured and the measurement environment should reach thermal equilibrium to start the measurement. When measuring body temperature, the infrared thermometer probe is aimed at the forehead or wrist. The measurement site must not be blocked by hair, sweat, hats or clothing. The measurement distance is preferably (1-10) CM.
The unattended portable thermometer SA200P is mainly used in public places that require portable and mobile measurement of human body temperature, and its maximum allowable error is ± 0.3 ℃. The SA200P infrared screening instrument can quickly detect an abnormal person with a high body temperature from the crowd by detecting the speed of a person every 2 seconds. The metal shell is sturdy and durable. With a wall-mounted bracket and a desktop bracket, it can be placed anywhere in the entrance. It is not easily affected by the environment, and its measurement accuracy is high and its stability is good.
The human body temperature infrared thermometer is currently the fastest device for measuring human body temperature. Its measurement data is an important reference for epidemic prevention and control. However, due to the limitation of its measurement principle, the measurement data of the human body infrared thermometer cannot be used as medical diagnostic data at present.
Above normal body temperature may be associated with fevers such as Covid-19 Coronavirus, Ebola, Common Influenza, Norovirus SARS and other flu variants such as Avian Flu, Bird and Swine flu etc
When people return to public places, body temperature measuring and preventing fever patients from entering the crowd are also necessary steps to prevent cross-contagion.