FAIR LAWN, NJ - The SafeTemp Kiosk has brought unintrusive, advanced thermal scanning into local businesses and public places as they reopen, including hair salons, industrial facilities, schools and daycare centers. The attractive units are alerting building personnel of those with elevated temperatures whether they're staff, guests or students.
The hands-free units are freeing up staff while not missing all those who walk through the door, making for a safer environment. SafeTemp can be programmed to keep records or record temperatures anonymously, or customized to send out emails and text messages, in addition to reminding individuals to wear a mask before entering.
There are now 22” and 49” models available that have the digital signage elements and can be custom branded.
The SafeTemp Kiosk, is designed to help businesses safely re-open or continue to do business responsibly with the health of employees, guests and students firmly in mind. Features such as temperature detection via a touchless, thermal sensor along with a commercial grade display featuring a built-in media player, make this Kiosk a first line of safety and signage for your facility.
Many businesses have taken advantage of the optional auto-dispensing hand sanitizer as an extra measure of safety.
For more information, visit SafeTempKiosk.com or email Media Worldwide Services at email@example.com or telephone: 1-201-753-5060.
SafeTemp Facts and Questions
Q. What is the technology that allows the SafeTemp Kiosk to screen a person’s temperature?
A. It is a thermal sensor made by a German medical company that scans a person’s entire body.
Q. How accurate is the product and does it need calibration?
A. The delta for error in temperature scanning is from .1 – .5 degrees. The SafeTemp Kiosk generally does not need calibration, however there is an offset value setting for use in warmer environments such as outside in warm climates.
Q. How far does a person need to be from the device to be properly scanned by the SafeTemp Kiosk?
A. The SafeTemp kiosk will detect movement 3 to 6 ft, and will scan once within 2 – 3 ft range.
The Kiosk will also detect a person at a distance and audibly alert them to come closer.
Q. How fast does it take to scan someone using the SafeTemp Kiosk?
A. It takes 1 – 2 seconds on average, to perform the scan successfully.
Q. What happens when a person is scanned and has a heightened temperature?
A. The SafeTemp Kiosk is customizable and can perform anything from an audible alarm sounding with lights flashing red, to a silent alarm via a Bluetooth connection to an enabled device, and a red light on the Kiosk. Making your staff and visitors feel comfortable is our priority.
Q. Does the Kiosk require people to wear masks to successfully scan them?
A. The SafeTemp Kiosk provides flexibility as it relates to masks. The option to enforce the use of masks is simply a toggle switch in the Admin dashboard. When enabled, the SafeTemp Kiosk will alert when a mask is not being worn.
Q. Where is the data stored and how can I access the data logs of scanned people?
A. Data storing functionality is optional. The data can be easily stored locally on the device or can be stored on a host computer/server on your network. Cloud based storage integration will be available very soon.
Q. Can the SafeTemp Kiosk be integrated with my security or access control system(s)?
A. Yes, we offer integration services which will tie in to your security and access controls.
Due to the customized nature of most security and access control systems, we provide this service for an additional fee.
Q. What is the lead time to purchase the SafeTemp Kiosk?
A. Average delivery time is 7 to 14 days, depending on level of shipping selected.
Q. What type of warranty does the Kiosk come with? Do you offer product setup after it ships? What about support?
A. The SafeTemp Kiosk includes a one-year product warranty. We have U.S. based online agents available to assist with initial setup. We also have an online tutorial library. Ongoing support and remote management is available for a monthly fee or a one time “per-incident” fee.