TempCheck offers three different solutions to help your business stay open fever-free: the Sentinel, the Sentry, and the Guardian. Each of these devices offers a different case use, to make sure all of your requirements are met.
The TempCheck Sentinel is a passive non-contact temperature sensing system, scanning passersby. Simply have someone stand in front of the device to have their temperature measured by the device. If they pass, an audible bing will be heard. If they are out of your desired range, the device will play an alarm. The device can also recognize masks to help enforce mask protocols if you have one.
Setting up and using the TempCheck system is simple. Take just 1 minute to see for yourself with our video setup guide.
TempCheckplus Sentry actively guards access to an area using facial recognition and infrared sensors to scan for fever, while accumulating data with various options for a change in protocols and reporting. The Sentry will email an alert to HR of personnel scanned with fever. Print daily compliance passes that contain a picture, temperature, and date/time stamp.
The TempCheck Sentry is a no-contact facial recognition with temperature screening that will email an alert to HR of personnel scanned with fever.
GUARDIAN for perimeter scanning for a FEVER FREE area.
The TempCheck Guardian System is a passive non-contact temperature sensing system, scanning crowds and collective gatherings.
“We find these Temperature scanning tablets very helpful as we reopen our Florida Offices.”
“The quick and effective temperature readings provide great comfort to our staff, agents and customers, conveying to them that they are in a safe environment. Members now feel safe to hang out with us and do business!”
“As a title company that is known to innovate, The Closing Agent is proud to offer our agents, customers and employees the extra peace of mind the TempCheck by Touchrate provides. The beauty of this system it is it completely autonomous, allowing visitors to go about their business as usual while reinforcing and illustrating our commitment to providing a safe and welcoming atmosphere.”