A door reader-controller designed for groups that need more than general access control. The TVIP-FaceBio is a biometric reader-controller that not only recognizes faces, it also detects elevated temperature, and if a person is wearing a protective mask.
The reader-controller station can prevent employees/customers with elevated body temperature or no protective covering from entering a secure location.
You can easily add this temperature screening station to your facility for less than half of what most other kiosk systems cost.
Features of Access Control Reader For Temperature Scan
- Face authentication range up to 6.5 feet
- Temperature Measurement range up to 2.5 ft
- Body temperature accuracy +/- 0.54 °F
- Stores & matches up to 22,400 face templates
- Mask detection
- 7-inch touchscreen display
- Recognizes faces in <500ms
- Dust-proof and water-resistant
- Connects an access controller (Wiegand)
- Audio announcements: verbal temperature normal, or high-level alarm, mask verification, and face recognition verification
Designed for Businesses, Hospitals, and Schools
This access control reader station helps organizations control entry. It provides a way of screening people as they enter a secure location.
It’s embedded face recognition sensor provides 100% hands-free hygienic user authentication.
- Easily scan customers before they enter your retail business.
- Check the temperature of students, teachers and other faculty as they return back to schools and colleges.
- Screen nurses, doctors and general staff before starting their work days at hospitals, retirement homes and other care facilities.
Do you need greater protection?
The biometric reader detects if a protective mask is being worn. Users can be denied entry if a fever is detected, or if the individual is not wearing a mask.
Specifications for TVIP-FaceBio Door Reader
Face Recognition Distance: 0.5 m(1.6 ft)—2 m (6.5ft)
Access Control Software
|Hardware||8” Touch Screen Display
2MP Camera with Color
0.01 lux, BW 0.001 lux
3D noise reduction, strong light suppression, electronic image stabilization, and has multiple white balance modes, suitable for various fields
|Access Control Interface||Relay|
|Temperature Capability||Temperature Distance: up to 2.5 ft
Temperature Accuracy: +/- 0.3 °C (+/- 0.54F)
Protective Mask Detection
|Interface||TCP / IP (RJ45)
Wiegand Input / Output
Note that this biometric door reader can be connected directly to the network or through a controller. RS485 / RS232 Wi-Fi (Optional)
|Environmental||Working Temp.: 10C (50F) to 50C ( 122 F)
Working Humidity: <90%
|Mechanical||MTBF >50,000 hrs
Net Weight: 1.9
Size (W x D x L): 4.8 x 1.8 x 10.5 inch
|Power||Operating Voltage: 12V DC at 0.3A
Power: 20 watt max
Notes for Operation:
Face verification is possible even if a person is wearing a protective cover however it isn’t as dependable as without the protective cover.
The temperature measuring device station must be installed in a room with a room temperature between 10 C -40C Do not set up the temperature measuring device beneath an air vent, and make sure that there’s no heating source within three meters of the kiosk;
Personnel entering the room from a cold outdoor environment will have an effect on the temperature measurement accuracy. The forehead temperature check should be performed after the forehead is unobstructed for three minutes and the temperature is stable;
The temperature read by the temperature measuring device is the temperature in the forehead area. When there is water, sweat, oil, or thick make-up on the forehead or the elderly have more wrinkles, the reading could be lower than the actual temperature. Make certain there’s no hair or clothing covering this area.
Learn More About Temperature Scanning
To learn more about Temperature screening, look at these articles from Kintronics
- Thermal Body Temperature Screening Cameras.
The article describes the pros and cons of temperature screening.
- Integrating Access Control and Temperature Screening
This article describes how to integrate the biometric temperature panel with other door access control systems
Watch the Video: Provides a demonstration of how the TVIP-FaceBio works, please take a look at the video. The video provides details about how the access control reader works.
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