Thermal cameras for screening people with elevated body temperatures

Scitech presents the ULIRVISION TI120, a new thermal imaging camera
designed for non-contact screening of people with elevated body temperatures to
detect viruses.

The ULIRIVISION TI120 thermal imaging camera utilises advanced thermal
imaging technology for accurate, non-contact, non-invasive visualisation of
skin surface temperature differences, helping screen for possible fatal viruses
such as SARS, bird flu and H1N1 among others, at airports, seaports, office
buildings, high traffic areas and other areas of mass gatherings.

Organisations across the defence, government, public and private sectors
can use the thermal imager to conduct accurate screening without disrupting crowd
movement. The ULIRVISION TI120 also finds application in clinical diagnostics,
veterinary science and medical research.

Key features of the ULIRVISION TI120 thermal imaging cameras include uncooled
FPA detector with a 160 x 120 IR pixel resolution; spectral range of 7.5~14μm; temperature
measurement range of +20¡C to +50¡C with high accuracy of ±0.6¡C; ≤0.65kg weight
(with battery and standard lens); bright 3.5-inch colour LCD; 50Hz real-time
imaging; automatic search and alarm; non-contact monitoring; and 2-year
warranty.

The ULIRVISION TI120 standard package consists of a thermal imaging
camera with standard IR lens, 2 Li-ion batteries, battery charger, adapter, USB
cable, SD card, card reader, software CD, warranty card, certificate and
calibration book.

For more information, please visit the Scitech website
www.scitech.com.au or call (03) 9480 4999.

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