Please note, due to COVID-19 pandemic, we are experiencing a high volume of demand.
CDC Guidlines and HIPPA

CDC Guidelines to reopen America:

Persons who have a fever of 100.4ºF (38.0ºC) or above or other signs of illness should not be admitted.

CDC source:

CDC recommends to screen the body temperature before entering:


University / Colleges

Factory / Plant


Public Environments

Infrared Thermal Solutions vs Thermal Imaging Solutions

Infrared Thermal Solution:
  • Infrared thermal solutions are the most accurate available on the market with a 0.54 °F error margin.
  • The environment does not effect the reading of the temperature if the sensor is 10 inch away from the individual
  • User friendly
  • No training required
  • Plug and play systems
  • No maintenance or calibration required
Thermal Imaging Solution:
  • Thermal imaging solutions are not accurate, the error margin is approximately 3°F
  • Requires perfect environment condition, Room temperature should be 68-76 °F and relative humidity 10-50 percent.
  • Needs special training
  • High maintenance
  • Calibration required
  • Needs to be monitored closely by expert
  • These systems measure surface skin temperature, rather than designated body area.

Stop the Outbreak

Coronavirus World Stats

Total Infected
Active Cases
Currently Infected Patients
In Mild Condition
7,596,572 (99%)
Critical or Serious
65,391 (1%)
Updated: September 27, 2020 03:26 pm (GMT 0)

Coronavirus In USA

Total Infected
Active Cases
Currently Infected Patients
In Mild Condition
2,542,581 (99%)
Critical or Serious
14,093 (1%)
Updated: September 27, 2020 03:26 pm (GMT 0)

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Disclaimer: This device should not be solely or primarily relied upon to diagnose or exclude a diagnosis of COVID-19, or any other disease. Elevated body temperature in the context of use should be confirmed with secondary evaluation methods (e.g., an NCIT or clinical grade contact thermometer). Public health officials, through their experience with the device in the particular environment of use, should determine the significance of any fever or elevated temperature based on the skin thermographic temperature measurement. The technology should be used to measure only one subject’s temperature at a time. Visible thermal patterns are only intended for locating the points from which to extract the thermal measurement.