Interlock Door System
The Interlock Door System is a remote entry system for usage in conjunction with the MedicAir Checkpoint. This remote locking mechanism will remain locked if the Checkpoint user doesn’t meet specified parameters (i.e. High Temperature, No mask, Unrecognized). If the user meets all appropriate criteria, the door is automatically unlocked.
The Interlock Door System is part of our line of Accessories for the MedicAir Checkpoint. Now you can turn any entry way into a fully functioning temperature checkpoint. USP is proud to offer a series of mounting options for the Checkpoint- including: Wall Mounts, Table Mounts, and a Base Floor Stand. Keep your business safe and secure!
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The MedicAir Checkpoint was designed with business owners and operators in mind. Devices strategically placed at facility entry points are capable of data recognition and body temperature assessment.
The MedicAir Checkpoint is equipped with biometric object recognition software which may be set to identify facial masks and facility required PPE. Infrared Scanning Technology accurately identifies body temperature (within 0.5*C/0.9*F) in seconds. Anyone entering the facility, who falls safely within pre-set parameters, can trigger a passive relay, Wigan data, or serial Rs 232 output. Those with a body temperature above the pre-set parameters or without proper PPE can be denied access to the facility.
Help protect your employees, your clients, your customers, your fans, your students, and yourself during this worldwide pandemic and in the future. As we continue to explore safe ways to re-open businesses, we understand the importance of small details. The first step in boosting the economy, and initiating opportunities for economic recovery, is getting through the front door.
Infared Scanning Technology
takes accurate Temperature
Alarmed Entry Features
Supports automatic alarm for body temperature abnormality.
Facial Recognition Support
Supports 30,000 face database. The recognition rate is more than 98% accurate with a pass-speed of less than 1 second