Thermal Imager D160 | Fever detection
The D160 is SATIR's newest thermal imager for our entry-level range of cameras. The D160 is suitable to be used in fever screening programs, since It has a temperature range of 10 ~ 40 ℃ and the precision of ± 0.5 ° C . It has a 160x120 infrared detector that will offer a good clear image to the end user. The D160 has been ergonomically designed to fit comfortably in the end user's hand. It has a removable 16GB SD memory card that will store images and allow the end user to bring the images back to their office for more detailed analysis. The D160 has a long battery life of up to 6 hours, which will allow users to conduct a series of thermal surveys in different areas if necessary.
IR detector 160x120
5 color palette modes
Long duration battery
Removable SD card
Camera name: D160
NETD 0.05 ° C@30 ° C
Attention Fixed focus
Monitor 2.8 "TFT LCD, 320x240
Detector type FPA, uncooled microbolometer, 160 × 120 pixels
Frames per second 9Hz
Spectral range 8-14um
FOV 56 ° × 42 °
Spatial resolution (IFOV) 11 mrad
Measuring range 10 ~ 40 ℃ (accuracy ± 0.5 ℃)
Temperature reading Automatic capture max. / Min. temperature
Composite image BPM format, auto / manual save to SD card
Palettes Iron / Warm White / Warm Black / Rainbow / Feather
Ambient operating temperature -20 ° C ~ 50 ° C
Storage temperature -40 ° C ~ 70 ° C
Humidity 10% ~ 90%, non-condensing
Battery Li-ion 3.7V / 5000mAh, 4 hours charging time-5V / 2A
Operation time ≧ 6 hours
Size 236x 75.5 x86mm
User manual x 1, USB-C cable x 1, 16GB TFT card x 1
Why is fever screening important?
The importance of detecting potential victims of infectious or contagious diseases cannot be overstated. The detection of passengers arriving or leaving countries where such a problem is known to exist and the detection of simple fevers such as colds or influenza or something more serious requires a fast and effective system such as that provided by SATIR, which is up to date. cutting edge thermal imaging.
We hope to highlight the important use of infrared thermography in detecting and detecting abnormal temperatures in large numbers of people.
Thermal cameras have proven invaluable in detecting actual and potential defects in a wide variety of electrical, mechanical, and construction industries, and now this type of technology is being used in veterinary care in recent years.
Medical applications are increasing as the ease of use to detect higher than normal temperatures in people suffering from a number of causes.
None of these are more important than finding those that can be caused by fevers in cases of viral diseases such as SARS or Ebola.
Located at border crossings such as ports and airports, thermal cameras can be used by trained agents. Anyone with an elevated temperature is turned over to medical personnel for further investigation and detained to leave the facility and possibly stop the spread of infection.
The large number of people now traveling has increased the risk of the rapid spread of infectious diseases while making it more difficult to identify people for temperature control.
Thermal cameras can be used to scan multiple people at the same time. Anyone showing an abnormal temperature stands out from the crowd and may be asked to move to a quieter area for a more accurate check. If this is positive, they proceed to the next step of medical checks.
In this application, the thermal camera works by converting the energy emitted from the surface of the skin into a two-dimensional image with the different temperature levels to make a color image. The camera is calibrated so that an abnormal temperature is very easy to detect and record. If necessary, an audible or visual warning can be given.