TAURI Temperature Check Tablets

SDi is pleased to offer Tauri Temperature Check Tablets – a commercial grade temperature check tablet that can do so much more! Tauri uses advanced and proven technology for detecting heat signatures emitted by the human body in just one second. It’s fast, accurate, easy to use and also has the potential to be used for access control, as a media player, virtual receptionist, display app, lockdown device, price checker, room booking device and wayfinding.

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TAURI Temperature Check Tablets

TAURI temperature check tablets utilize thermal imaging to take quick and reliable body temperature measurements from a safe distance. Capable of taking temperatures from up to 3 feet away, TAURI takes temperature readings in as little as 1 second and is accurate to +/- .5 degrees Fahrenheit. TAURI tablets come in screen sizes of 10, 15 and 21 inches.

  • Takes body temperature measurements from 3 feet away
  • 1 second measurement time allows for quick temperature taking
  • Highly accurate at +/- .5 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Save profiles for employee facial recognition
  • Available in screen sizes of 10″, 15″ and 21″

 

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TAURI 7

TAURI 7 combines the TAURI temperature checking technology with additional features such as a dual camera for better facial recognition of staff profiles that can be saved to the device. It also has a built in TCPIP relay for door access control, ensuring only those without a fever are able to enter the building. Additionally, the TAURI 7 features a waterproof anti-glare screen, making it more versatile and ideal for outdoor use.

  • Takes body temperature measurements from 3 feet away
  • 1 second measurement time allows for quick temperature taking
  • Highly accurate at +/- .5 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Dual camera for better facial recognition of saved personnel profiles
  • 7 inch display
  • Waterproof anti glare screen
  • Built in TCPIP relay for door access control

 

 

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