Hanwha Techwin launches temperature detection thermal camera, TNM-3620TDY a new bi-spectrum camera that features both QVGA (320×240) thermal camera with 4.7mm fixed focal lens and 2MP (1920×1080) visible camera with 4mm fixed focal lens.
The thermal camera detects people with elevated body temperature higher than the preset limit, while the visible camera identifies the object in 2CH multi-view layout. The camera can quickly screen high body temperature, which is one possible symptoms of COVID-19, helping contain the pandemic.
Users can select two modes of detection in the camera according to their needs: estimated body temperature (EBT) mode and normal radiometric mode. Under the EBT mode, the camera can cover temperature range between 30~45°C, use AI to detect faces, and measure the temperature over the eye area as it is closest to the core body temperature.
For more accurate measurement, using with blackbody (SPI-35B, sold separately) is recommended. In the normal radiometric mode, the temperature between -20~130°C can be measured, making it ideal for fire-sensitive areas such as utility tunnels and plants or forest fire monitoring.
Compatible with Wisenet SSM, Wisenet WAVE and Wisenet NVRs, TNM-3620TDY camera offers both monitoring and recording as well as event search by detecting temperatures above the preset level.
“As we all strive to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic, we have launched a temperature detection thermal camera to help with the fight against the virus. We are in the process of receiving medical device certifications such as 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration.” said an official at Hanwha Techwin.