Skin Temperature Screening Solution


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Quickly screen passengers, customers, or employees for signs of elevated skin temperature with this turnkey solution. The FLIR EST Kiosk combines the temperature measurement capabilities of a thermal imaging camera plus FLIR Screen-EST™ software with the convenience of a tablet display and floor stand. This kiosk sets up in minutes, offering fully automated, self-service screening that targets the inner canthus (corner of the eye) for accurate skin temperature measurement.

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Faster, Easier Skin Temperature Screening

  • Easy Setup and Operation

    Ready to use right out of the box with pre-installed FLIR Screen-EST software, customizable instructions, and alert displays.

  • Efficient, Consistent Results

    Automatically targets the inner canthus for fast, accurate screening.

  • Accurate Temperature Screening

    Advanced factory calibration combined with relative measurement methodology ensures screening accuracy and avoids false-positives.

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Package Includes
Camera, Surface® Pro7 tablet, tablet stand, cables (Europe, UK, US), screening position floor sticker (T131181), FLIR Screen-EST™ license card, printed documentation
Video stream – H.264, MPEG4, or MJPEG; Radiometric stream – Compressed JPEG-LS, FLIR radiometric
Size (L x W x H)
360 × 270 × 1300 mm (14 × 11 × 51.2 in)
Web interface
8.3 kg (18 lb.)
Connections & Communications
Digital I/O connector type
M12 12-pin A-coded, Male (shared with external power)
Digital I/O isolation voltage
500 VRMS
Digital Output Purpose
As function of alarm, output to external device, for example when the screening alarm is triggered
Digital Outputs
3x opto-isolated, 0–30 V DC, max. 300 mA (derated to 200 mA at 60C); Solid state opto relay; 1x dedicated as Fault output (NC)
Control, result, image, and power
Ethernet Communication
TCP/IP socket-based FLIR proprietary
Ethernet Connector Type
M12 8-pin X-coded, Female; RP-SMA, Female
Ethernet Interface
Wired, Wi-Fi
Ethernet Standard
IEEE 802.3
Ethernet Type
1000 Mbps
(optional) RP-SMA, Female; Dipole antenna 2.4/5 GHz (gain: maximum 2 dBi); Peer to peer (ad hoc)‎ or infrastructure (network)‎
Imaging & Optical
Contrast Enhancement
FSX® / Histogram equalization (IR only)
Detector Pitch
17 µm
Field of view (FOV)
24° × 18°
Focal Length
17 mm (0.67 in)
Focal Plane Array (FPA)
Uncooled microbolometer
One-shot contrast, motorized, manual
Image Fequency
30 Hz
IR Resolution
464 × 348
Lens Identification
Minimum Focus Distance
0.15 m (0.49 ft)
MSX Image Enhancement
Yes (video streaming source 0)
Video stream 0 – With/Without; Video stream 1 – No
Spatial resolution (IFOV)
0.90 mrad/pixel
Spectral Range
7.5–14 µm
Streaming Resolution
Video stream 0 – 640 × 480 pixels; Video stream 1 – 1280 × 960 pixels; Radiometric stream – 464 × 348 pixels
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD
<40 mK at 30°C (86°F)
Video Streaming
Bit rate set through camera web
Measurement & Analysis
±0.3°C (±0.5°F) when used with FLIR Screen-EST™ software
Object Temperature Range
15°C to 45°C (59°F to 113°F)
Pixel Format
Video stream – YUV411; Radiometric stream – MONO 16
External Power Operation
24/48 V DC 8 W max
External Voltage
Allowed range 18–56 V DC
Power Connection
Camera: M12 12-pin A-coded, Male (shared with Digital I/O)
Power Consumption
7.5 W at 24 V DC typical; 7.8 W at 48 V DC typical; 8.1 W at 48 V PoE typical
Image Source
Video stream 0 – visual / IR / MSX®; Video stream 1 – visual; Radiometric video stream – IR
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