TEMPERATURE SCREENING FAQ's
Most common questions we get on the thermal temperature kiosk.
The PreTempScreen has not been validated against HIPAA. The Personally Identifiable information is Guests: Picture (if enabled) + temperature + time. For Recognition mode: Picture + Employee Number + Temperature Reading + Employee Name +Time of entry. The intent of the the PTS is for building access / security, it’s not intended to be used for patient diagnosis.
Yes, the applicable standard is ANSI C63.4- 2014 (Information Technology Equipment) it has been assigned against CISPR PUB. 222, FCC Part 15 Subpart B and has the FCC mark . TAF testing laboratory 1439.
Not on the kiosk side—it will record temperature and time of all who were approved but these would only be for nominal temperatures. Non-nominal temperatures are never stored (those who are turned away). Only 1GB of scan history is retained on the device.
Yes! We may intermittently issue updates to our UI. Currently the best way to do this is with a USB drive or transfer over your local network through your own internet browser.
You will have to connect to an external device that can have a SIM card to then connect both devices.
The kiosk supports 16 languages including English, simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, Italian, polish, German, Russian, Thai, Spanish, French, Arabic, Korean, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Czech and Romanian.
With a small database 1-2 seconds, if you add 1000’s of faces it may a bit take longer.
At the bottom of this page is the resources link that will take you to download all files.
You can fill out the contact support button below.
FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE
The fight against can start with a peace of mind thermal temperature solution
Built-in software allows managers to build a facial recognition database of employees and keep records of temperature readings. Flexible in design, the personnel management solution is available in freestanding and countertop configurations.
The system ensures a safer environment for your employees, visitors and customers. As businesses open up after COVID-19 closures, governors and local governments are requiring parties to be tested for a temperature.