It’s always fun to look at the thermal imaging cameras at CES, but this year, I was geeking out over seeing my breath via the mask I was wearing. InfiRay was at the event showing off devices for your phone, a measuring station for your front door, and thermal scopes for hunters.
The T2L is a camera that can be attached to your Android device. It will give you a resolution of 384*288 and a 110,000 pixel temperature data. The thermal imaging device uses a patented image algorithm called Matrix III to give you a clear image so you can understand where the hot spots are.
The T2L easily attaches to the phone, and you can use in portrait or landscape mode. The camera will capture F1.2 aperture at 25Hz to help with moving objects.
AC822W-H Measuring Station
This is a device that can be put at a front door, by the time clock, or in key areas to measure someone’s temperature. The device instantly can determine the body temperature and even show the thermal camera capture information.
This device has a thermal resolution of 256×192 and can measure within a 3m distance with an accuracy of .5 degrees Celsius. The camera can capture a 1280×800 screen so the subject knows where to stand for temperature checks.
The measuring station also has a verification system via QR code, IS, or other. Therefore, an employee could clock in, or someone could ask for access inside, but this station will make sure they are not running a fever (therefore spreading illness).
The AC822W-H takes 12V, and connects via USB, Bluetooth, or Ethernet (RJ45). It can be mounted to a wall where any card scanner or doorbell was placed, and can be monitored by security for access.
You can get the IRS-AC822W-H Monitoring Station for under $1000.00.
Check out InfiRay for more information on these, and other cameras.