The Dahua Thermal Hybrid Camera is a Human Body Temperature Monitoring solution. It is the latest hybrid thermal network camera that combines a Vanadium Oxide (VOx) sensor with a 2 MP visible-light sensor. The solution uses a blackbody calibration device that maintains a constant temperature as a reference point for the thermal camera. The thermal camera coupled with the blackbody calibration device and a feature-rich 4 TB Network Video Recorder delivers a contactless solution for continuous, contactless, and non-invasive temperature monitoring.
Human Body Temperature Measuring technology assists in preventing the spread of viral diseases by allowing for quick, accurate detection of elevated body temperatures. Thermal imaging equipment can easily be installed and implemented to detect elevated body temperature in environments such as airports, hospitals, clinics, office buildings, cruise ships, and any large public gathering location.
Uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VOx) Technology
Dahua hybrid thermal cameras use an uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VOx) sensor that delivers higher thermal sensitivity in a more compact and cost-effective package. Vanadium Oxide cameras are also more reliable, as compared to other thermal imaging technologies, due to less moving parts.
High Thermal Sensitivity
The VOx detector offers high thermal sensitivity (≤ 40 mK) that allows Dahua thermal cameras to distinguish objects in a scene with minimal temperature differences. The camera captures detailed images where thermal contrast between object and background is minimal.
The camera is equipped with a white-light illuminator and an external speaker that can be triggered when the camera detects an abnormal event either via the thermal or the visible-light sensor. The camera also takes a snapshot of the scene and can record the snapshot.