Pass-type body temperature detection doors (also called temperature security doors) are mainly used to detect whether the body temperature of the human body exceeds the standard, and perform rapid body temperature on personnel at train stations, bus stations, subway stations, stadiums, office buildings, large-scale event sites, production enterprises and other places. Screening to reduce the risk of cross infection of infectious diseases.
The temperature security door uses a high-precision infrared temperature sensor with a sensing distance of 0.5-1 meters. It has high precision and high resolution and is immune to the environment and sunlight. The measurement error at room temperature is ± 0.3 ° C (within a detection distance of 125px), and the resolution is 0.02 ° C. The initial temperature setting is 37.3 ° C (adjustable). The actual body temperature of the human body is displayed when the detection door is in operation. If the temperature exceeds 37.3 ° C, an alarm will be issued. When no one passes, the ambient temperature of the site will be displayed. The infrared temperature security door adopts a vertical structure, and two infrared temperature measuring probes are arranged upright. Each probe is a fan-shaped test area, which can ensure accurate detection within the height range of 1.2-2.0 meters.