TVIP-MultiBio Door Reader
Face, Palm, and Body Temperature Access Control Door Reader
This multipurpose access control reader provides more than facial or palm biometric entry control. It also includes the detection of a person’s body temperature and if they are wearing a protective mask.
The TVIP-MultiBio provides screening of people for healthcare, hospitals, schools, and businesses interested in detecting elevated temperature.
Access Control That Monitors Body Temperature and Face Mask
The TVIP-MultiBio, can prevent people with elevated temperature or no mask from entering a secure area.
This biometric reader-controller combines a powerful thermal camera and the latest face and palm recognition algorithm that is supported by an optimized dual-core processor.
Door Reader That Helps Hospitals, Businesses, and Schools
This door access reader provides a way of screening people as they enter a secure area.
Its embedded face recognition sensor provides 100% hands-free user authentication.
Face Mask Detection
The biometric reader can also detect if a protective mask is being worn. You can select the additional protection to check for a mask. If the person is not wearing the mask, the reader denies entry.
Screening of People Entering Your Organization
The TVIP-MultiBio reader provides the first-line alert for people with elevated temperature. It not only authenticates the people in your organization it also controls visitors and guests to your facility.
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Supported by Access Control Management Software
The TVIP-MultiBio can be connected through a Weigand connection to an access controller or through the network. It is supported by TVIP-TirSoft access control management software for enterprise integration. Read more…
Features of Biometric Access Control Reader
- Face authentication range up to 8 feet
- Stores & matches up to 50,000 face templates
- Stores & matches up to 5,000 palm templates
- Body temperature detection accuracy +/- 0.6 degrees Fahrenheit from up to 18-inches away.
- Protective mask detection
- It can provide face verification when a mask is present, but palm reading is more reliable when a mask is present.
- 8” programmable touchscreen display
- Intelligent energy-saving design
- Dual lens IR & VL camera recognizes faces in both total darkness and bright sunlight (<50,000 lux)
- Vandal-proof rating
- Connects directly to the network (RJ45) or an access controller (Wiegand)
Door Reader-Controller System Diagram
Specifications for TVIP-MultiBio Door Reader
|Capacity||Faces: 50,000 |
Palm: 5,000 Users
|Compatibility||Wiegand Input Panels |
Wiegand Output readers
TVIP-TirSoft Access Control Software
Relay Box (SRB)
|Hardware||900 MHz Dual-Core AI CPU |
512MB RAM/ 8C Flash
8” Touch Screen Display
2MP WDR Camera
Distance Detection Sensor
Reset Button and Tamper Switch
Access Control Interface
Lock Relay Output
Alarm Output /Auxiliary Input
Exit Button / Door Sensor
0.3s Face Recognition Speed
|Standard Functions||Access Levels, Groups, Holidays, DST, Duress Mode (password), Anti-Passback, Record Query, Tamper Switch Alarm, Custom Wallpaper & Screen Saver|
Temperature Distance: 18-inches
Temperature Accuracy: +/- 0.6 °F
Protective Mask Detection
Note that this biometric door reader can be connected directly to the network or through a controller.
TCP / IP (RJ45)
Wiegand Input / OutputWi-Fi (Optional)
RS485 / RS232
|Environmental||Working Temp.: -22 F to 140 F Working Humidity: <93% Storage Temp.: – 40 F to 169 F Storage Humidity: <93%|
|Mechanical||Net Weight: 1.5 lbs Size (H x L x D): 8.9 x 5.6 x 1 inch|
|Power||Operating Voltage: 12V DC Current Draw: < 2,000mA|
To learn more about the pros and cons of temperature screening, look at our article, Thermal Body Temperature Screening Cameras.