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FaceStation 2 Temperature Detection

Introducing the Suprema FaceStation 2 TD: Thermal Camera & Temperature Detection!

The Suprema FaceStation 2 TD is an advanced face-authentication Temperature Detection Device, providing enhanced features. Powered by Suprema’s innovation in facial biometrics, FaceStation 2 offers unrivaled matching speed, accuracy, and level of security.

With Suprema’s patented optic engineering, the FaceStation 2 Temperature Detection Device achieves up to 25,000 lx of operating illuminance which in turn, brings all-round confidence regardless of lighting conditions. Packed in an ergonomically-designed structure, the Suprema FaceStation 2 TD provides exceptional performance and usability for diverse access control and time attendance, large or small.

For other superb Suprema products, look no further.

Enhanced Security & Safety

  • Temperature data optionally saved as event logs
  • Temperature DT mode for skin temperature measure only
  • Combination of face recognition and skin temperature measurement • Audio and visual alerts with an alarm

Ergonomic Design For Convenience

  • Intuitive GUI for notifications
  • Temperature can be displayed in Celsius and Fahrenheit
  • Supports extended height range of 145 cm–210 cm for face recognition and distance of 40 cm–80 cm for temperature measurement

A Whole Host Of Features

  • Easy connection with FaceStation 2 via USB
  • Comes with a bracket for convenient deployment on new and retrofit installs
  • Does not require reference blackbody to measure temperature
  • Fast and accurate measurement using a thermographic camera with 19,200 pixels per frame
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