NFR-700L Facial Recognition Terminal with IR Thermometer
…Innovative, Contactless Temperature Sensing Technology
“It is essential for schools to reinforce to students, parents or caregivers, and staff the importance of students staying home when sick until at least 24 hours after they no longer have a fever (temperature of 100.4 or higher) or signs of a fever (chills, feeling very warm, flushed appearance, or sweating) without the use of fever-reducing medicine.” – CDC.gov
There is sensor technology available today to help take temperatures and increase compliance with wearing a mask called the NFR-700L. Many of these devices look the same, but in fact, the software is very different. NEWCOM has customized the experience to be safe for your IT environment. The NFR-700L has six key features that other devices do not:
🔶 Can snap a picture of the person if they have a temp or are not wearing a mask and email it to the appropriate recipient or group.
🔶 Can be hosted by the end-user on-premise, in the cloud, or through NEWCOM
🔶 The intuitive web-based centralized management interface
🔶 Passkey protected centrally managed via the web
🔶 Remotely configure maximum temperature threshold and mask requirements
🔶 Pleasant clear voice announcement
🔶 Displays temperature in Fahrenheit
”"Employers should measure the employee’s temperature and assess symptoms prior to them starting work. Ideally, temperature checks should happen before the individual enters the facility."Centers for Disease Control and PreventionCoronavirus 2019
NEWCOM partners with many different sensor manufacturers to understand the benefits of each product by identifying, designing, and implementing the supporting infrastructure. NEWCOM will work with you to answer the questions you have to deploy a best in class solution.
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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Interim Guidance. (23, July, 2020). Screening K-12 Students for Symptoms of COVID-19: Limitations and Considerations. [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/symptom-screening.html