Reduce the Risk of COVID-19
Keep your business, employees and customers safe by preventing the spread of COVID-19 in your physical locations with FDA cleared products.
FDA Recommended Method
EST Systems are regulated by the FDA. Here at ThermalEST, we are dedicated to bringing our customers a FDA registered thermal imaging product that anyone can use and operate.
U.S. FDA # available upon request.
The plug and play thermal screener.
Everything you need to get started, no additional hardware, software, or expertise required. Instant screening of Elevated Skin Temperature (EST). Allows for alerts for persons with a potential fevers. Safe guard your business, employees, and customers.
Allows for quick screening of multiple customers at a time from a distance of 6 to 15 feet. The scan takes less than one seconds and immediately flags at risk persons.
Keep your business secure and customers feeling safe with ThermalEST!
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Test over 2400 times
Each camera is hand tested over 2400 times to ensure accuracy and quality control from the factory.
Developed in Israel, Assembled in the USA
Manufactured by a global leader in cutting edge thermal and active imaging solutions for security, public safety, and defense.
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In The Media
Thermal imaging cameras are the latest devices businesses hope will help reopen the economy while keeping people safe from the threat of COVID-19. The cameras are used to scan temperature from a safe distance, and if a fever - a common coronavirus symptom - is detected, the company could require further screening or deny the person entry altogether.
A coronavirus-triggered rush for infrared cameras that identify people with elevated skin temperature is causing makers of the devices to beef up supply chains and re-examine their product lineups to meet the increasing requests coming from different businesses.
Amazon has bought cameras to take the temperatures of workers during the coronavirus pandemic from a firm the US previously blacklisted over allegations it helped China detain and monitor the Uighurs and other Muslim minorities, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
You'd have thought the U.S. government would be moving fast to kick Chinese surveillance tech out of the country. But despite a legally mandated ban signed off on a year ago, the Trump administration hasn't been able to clean networks of prohibited Chinese cameras keeping watch over U.S. government facilities.