Polysense Announces Infrared Thermal Temperature Screening WxS x810-IRTM, enabling fast temperature monitoring of both mobile population and fixed locations

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Powered by the same IoT edge computing technology, WxS x800-IRTM and WxS x800-IRTMS allows global agencies and communities to effectively handle any public health emergency, meeting the urgent requirements for populations temperature screening at this corona virus or Flu public healths period

Polysense Temperature Screening IRTM

Smart Infrared touch-free Thermal Meter for populations temperature screening, for public transit such as airport, railway station, and school, shopping mall, building entrances

Polysense Technologies Inc., (Polysense) an innovation leader in IoT solutions for wireless sensing, today announced smart human body temperature infrared touch-free monitoring product family, a standalone thermal meter WxS x800-IRTMS, and an IoT big data based self-calibrated thermal meter WxS x800-IRTM, supporting flexible wireless uplink for cloud connectivity such as NB-IoT, Wi-Fi, LoRaWAN, and 4G LTE,
“Temperature is the most common parameter in nature. Temperature measurement of human body or objects is a critical indicator of the underlying situation.” said Alex Wu, President of Polysense. “In particular, public health emergency management process typically requires the fast measurement of such temperature as a means of overall assessment or screening.”

The product family comes with two versions:
(1)The wireless version, product model WxS x800-IRTM, sends collected temperature data over a flexible wireless uplink to the cloud dashboard and smart phone APP for both real time and historical charting, trend monitoring, hot spot monitoring. In addition, local temperature is also displaced on local LCD, and sound/light alarm if any individual with high temperature is detected.
(2)The stand alone version, product model WxS x810-IRTMS, provides a plug and play installation. Setup can be done within 5 minutes on the local keypad. Wireless is disabled. Only local LCD display and local sound/light alarm are enabled for easy operation and fast drop-in deployment anywhere with a power source such as school entrance, building entrance, public transit or anywhere a temperature screening is needed.

Advanced Features
Smart Infrared touch-free Thermal Meter for populations temperature screening, for public transit (such as airport, railway station, school, shopping mall) at building entrances

  • Simple Solutions: Thermal Meter + height adjustable Tripod
  • LCD display, sound+light alarm
  • Touch free remote temperature reading
  • High distance/target spot ratio
  • 0℃ to + 85℃ measurement range
  • Fast temperature reading acquisition: 1 second
  • 0.1C resolution; +/- 0.5℃ accuracy
  • Min/Max, Differential, Average, Hi/Low alarms, and continuous scan
  • Alarm ring upon defined threshold crossing
  • installed at fixed locations
  • Battery option, Ultra low power enabling long life
  • IP66 rating

When wireless mode is enabled for sending data to a central cloud, both real time and historical temperature can be charted, map displayed, statistically analyzed, allowing event analysis. Alarms can also be delivered to smart phone via Mobile Phone APP.

Availability
WxS x800-IRTM, LoRa and NB-IoT version is available immediately; WiFi,Cellular/LTE version is available in Mar.
WxS x810-IRTMS, standalone version, available immediately.
Orders can be placed immediately.For pricing or further information, Please contact : info@polysense.net

About Polysense
Located in Santa Clara, California, with offices in Beijing, Luo Yang and Shanghai, China, Polysense develops IoT products and solutions for smart enterprise, city and home, including distributed fiber sensing, LPWAN LoRa, NB-IoT/LTE CAT M and Wi-Fi/BLE based wireless IoT sensors and cloud based data management and analytics cloud platform iView, edge computing platform iEdge, smartphone App iPalm

Polysense Press Contact: Lavinia Chen
Email: lchen@polysense.net
Phone: (408) 800 7728
Web: http://www.polysense.net

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