Warning signs and symptoms of Elevated Body Temperature can be screened at varying levels with CCTV Agent thermal body temperature cameras. Whether you need high-volume for large facilities or one at a time temperature measurement solutions we have the most affordable options on the market today. Temperature screening is widely recommended as an important safety tool during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Some COVID-19 restrictions are starting to lift for businesses, schools, and the public in general. State, county and city health guidelines must still be met in order to ensure the safety of students, customers, employees and any visitors. Being able to proficiently identify persons who might be exhibiting signs of COVID-19 symptoms will allow you to immediately react. When you have a prepared response plan in place, you will limit the spread that could endanger the general public. Plain and simple Body Temperature Cameras are the most effective solution for screening elevated body temperatures.
Have you heard about the latest news regarding the Body Temperature Camera? While thermal security cameras have been around for years, the latest advances now let you enjoy high volume, safe, non-contact, elevated body temperature screening solutions. CCTV Agent has multiple solutions for smaller sized businesses along with the capability to screen larger sized venues.
Choosing the right security cameras for a particular application is an important step in designing a CCTV surveillance system, especially if you want that system to actually be an effective crime solving tool, rather than simply a deterrent. If you are in the market for such a system and you are not sure what type of cameras you should be looking at, hopefully this article will help.
On the occasion, while looking for cameras you will come across the term: IP66 compliant, but what does that mean? IP66 is usually a rating that is giving to outdoor cameras and it defines the camera’s ability to keep out foreign objects.
If the proper power is not supplied to your CCTV equipment, it can cause it to lose signal or in some cases cause your camera(s) to fry! Two essential things to consider include Voltage and Amperage (you also want to keep in mind loss of power like Voltage Drop).
Why is everyone touting IP security cameras? Can’t analog cameras with an analog digital video recorder (DVR) deliver the same results? Answering these questions requires us to go in depth and talk about the benefits of having IP (internet protocol) cameras over analog, the technology behind IP and why it even came in to existence.
For many years now the CCTV industry has been gearing up for change. Coax infrastructure that has been in place for years was looking like it had served its purpose and manufacturers and installers everywhere started to gear up towards CAT5 and IP.