Hikvision Releases New Brochure on DS-K1T671TM-3XF Temperature Screening Terminal with Mask Detection

July 13, 2020

Hikvision HikWire blog article New Brochure DS-K1T671TM-3XF

Hikvision has released a new brochure about our DS-K1T671TM-3XF Temperature Screening Terminal with mask detection that can be viewed and downloaded from our website.

The temperature screening terminal allows businesses and buildings to check skin-surface temperature in a safe way during reopening and operations. It can be used as a standalone temperature screening device with the optional mounting accessories. It also supports multiple authentication modes including: access control cards with normal temperature; and, face detection with normal temperature. Both can be combined with the use of mask detection.

The Hikvision Canada Temperature Screening Terminal brochure is located on the brochure section of our Canada website and can be downloaded directly at this link.**


**Disclaimer: Hikvision’s Thermographic Cameras are designed for immediate detection and preliminary screening of elevated skin-surface temperature in high-traffic areas. When measuring core body temperature, please verify through the use of clinical measurement devices and/or by consulting a medical professional. Hikvision’s Thermographic Cameras must be used in accordance with local laws and regulations.

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