FAQ’s Regarding the SmartXHUB Thermal Scanner

For the past month or so, we’ve been marketing a new product called the SmartXHUB Thermal Scanner. The purpose of this blog is to educate and address common questions that people may have about this game-changer of a product.

Let’s get started, shall we?

SmartXHUB Thermal Scanner: What is it?!

In lieu of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s become critically important to monitor the condition of the people coming in and out of your building. Are they sick? Are they showing symptoms? Do they have a fever? All of these questions are critical to know. Perhaps the most important question, What is the Best Method of Detection? This is the where the SmartXHUB comes in.

The SmartXHUB is a thermal temperature scanning device that detects a person’s temperature to determine if they have a fever or not. Fever is the ultimate symptom when determining if a person may or may not have COVID-19. The SmartXHUB can quickly read a person’s temperature to determine if it is indeed, elevated.

How does the SmartXHUB work?!

Imagine walking into your place of work and before fully entering the building, someone was there to check your temperature before allowing you inside. Many public organizations are facing this now. Although affective, may not the best and safest way to do this. With the SmartXHUB, this eliminates someone having to do that. When an individual arrives to your building, before fully entering, they will be met by a device that will be standing eye-level. The person entering simply places their face in front of the device and within a second their temperature is detected and they are allowed or omitted entry. The device will sound an alarm or notification if a high temperature is detected. This is a very accurate and safe way to do this because unlike the first process, this is CONTACTLESS. And for the individual assigned to work the front and take temperatures, they now can be utilized in other ways.

Let’s dig in a little deeper!?

The SmartXHUB uses the latest thermal imaging to detect infrared rays emitted by an individual’s body. The rays will indicate an individual’s body heat, which the scanners will convert into readable temperature measurements. The average person’s body temperature is between 97-99 degrees. Anything over this temperature will trigger an alert that will be sent to the system administrator. Again, high temperatures indicate a fever, which is a major symptom of COVID-19.

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