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SANTA BARBARA, Calif., July 20, 2020 — Thermal ImagerThe Seek Scan thermal imager from Seek Thermal Inc. meets FDA guidelines for initial temperature assessment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Specifically designed and calibrated to deliver accurate skin temperature measurements while enabling social distancing protocols, the system automatically detects a face, identifies the most reliable facial features for measurement, and displays an alert if the readings are warmer than the customizable alarm temperature. It uses IR thermal imaging technology, a temperature-controlled heat source, and Seek Scan software to accurately measure and screen for skin temperature.

Unlike typical industrial thermal cameras, Seek Scan was developed for precise skin temperature measurement and includes a fixed heat source to maximize accuracy.
Jul 2020

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