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FLIR Elara™ FR-345-EST Intelligent Fixed-Mount Skin Temperature Screening

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FLIR Elara™ FR-345-EST Intelligent Fixed-Mount Skin Temperature Screening

The FLIR Elara FR-345-EST is an affordable, fixed-mount radiometric camera for accurately measuring skin temperature at medium- to high-throughput entry control points. Equipped with on-edge, intelligent face detection, Elara FR-345-EST issues on-screen prompts to individuals when they need to remove glasses, while also guiding them to the correct position for best measurement. The non-contact camera automatically locates and measures the inner canthus (corner of the eye) within one second and provides an instant pass/fail graphic to the individual. Integration with VMS systems further streamlines workflow and decision-making for facilities, while helping security personnel maintain a safe distance from potential health risks. Elara FR-345-EST does not require or save personally identifiable information (PII) for skin temperature screening.

 

FAST, AUTOMATED, AND ACCURATE SKIN TEMPERATURE SCREENING

Precise radiometric thermal camera automatically locates and measures the temperature of the inner canthus (corner of the eye).

FLEXIBLE VMS AND ACCESS CONTROL INTEGRATIONS

Seamless user experience through major VMS platforms simplifies installation, speeds workflow, and promotes faster decision-making.

INTELLIGENCE AT THE EDGE

On-camera algorithms provide rapid, reliable, and actionable screening results with adaptive alarm thresholds and instant feedback.

 

Why Measure the Inner Canthus?

While the forehead is easier to quickly screen, it is more susceptible to environmental interferences and more likely to generate measurement errors. Research has shown that the corner of the eye - the region medially adjacent to the inner canthus - provides a more accurate estimate of core body temperature than other areas of skin. This is because skin at the canthi is thin (decreasing insulating effects), is less exposed to environmental factors, and is directly over major arteries which increase blood flow and heat transfer.

Why Measure the Inner Canthus?

SPECIFICATIONS

OVERVIEW

Array Format (NTSC)

320 x 256

Detector Type

Long-Life, Uncooled VOx Microbolometer

Model

345

Pixel Pitch

17 µm

Security

IEEE 802.1x, TLS Authentication - control & streaming, Digest authentication, HTTPS encryption, Encrypted FW upload, Access control via firewall

Thermal Frame Rate

20Hz

Visible Sensor Type

1920 x 1080

CONNECTIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

Ethernet

10/100 Mbps

Network APIs

FLIR SDK
FLIR CGI
ONVIF Profile S

ENVIRONMENTAL

Humidity

0-95% relative

IP Rating (dust & water ingress)

IP54

Operating Temperature Range

15 to 45°C

Storage Temperature Range

-40 to 70°C

Vandal Resistance

IK10

IMAGING & OPTICAL

Field of view (FOV)

45° × 34°

Focal Length

4 mm

Lens Field of View

HFOV = 75°
VFOV = 44°

Streaming Resolution

Thermal: upscaled to VGA (640 × 480)
Visible: 1080p (1920 × 1080), 720p (1280 × 720), VGA (640 × 480)

Thermal f number

1.5

MEASUREMENT & ANALYSIS

Object Temperature Range

15 to 45°C (59 to 113°F); camera provides contrast from -20 to 120°C (-4 to 248°F) but will not provide temperature information

Screening Mode Subject Distance

1m ± 0.2m

Accuracy [Drift] in Screening Mode

±0.5°C (±0.9°F)

POWER

Input Voltage

12-30 VDC (±10%), 24 VAC (21-28 VAC), 802.3at (PoE+)

Power Consumption

17 W

SYSTEM INTEGRATION

Digital I_O

Input: one dry alarm contact
Output: one photo relay contact 1A max at 24 VAC/30 VDC

VIDEO & RECORDING

Video Compression

Two independent channels of H.264 or M-JPEG for visible
One channel of H.264 or M-JPEG for thermal

VISIBLE CAMERA

Sensitivity

0.05 Lux (at f1.6 AGC ON, 30FPS)

Visible f number

1.6