VZ-7TIM by ViewZ is a small form factor monitor & camera device designed to check people’s temperature and detect whether they’re wearing a mask or not.
Its close proximity temperature reading technology means the temperature can easily be determined when a person gets within 2ft. in front of the device. If the temperature detected is higher than the set maximum temperature, the device will sound an audible message/warning and also send an alarm event notification to its CMS software via TCP/IP or to access control management software via Wiegand connection.
The built-in analytics capability detects if someone is not wearing a mask and will sound an audible message/warning demanding the person to put on a mask and will also send an alarm event notification to its CMS software or access control management much the same way as the high temperature would.
If a person’s temperature is below the set threshold, an audible message (“Temperature normal”) will sound indicating normal temperature. If a person’s temperature is above the set threshold, an audible message (“Possible elevated temperature”) will sound indicating high temperature.
Mask wearing detection happens at the same time as the temperature check. Again, this is a close proximity detection, meaning there’s no need to push a button or touch anything.
As soon as VZ-7TIM detects that a person isn’t wearing a mask, it will sound an audible message saying “Please put on a mask”.
You can create a custom database of faces for positive identification upon temperature check & mask wearing detection. This is a great feature if you’re a business or an office with the same employees returning to work every day so that when a high temperature is detected, the specific ID of the person whose face is recognized will be logged with the alarm event.
VZ-7TIM has the Wiegand interface to be able to integrate with existing access control system and can support both WG-26 & WG-34.
VZ-7TIM comes with the complimentary CMS software that allows basic remote management of VZ-7TIMs over the network and also collects and displays detections and alarm events.
The VZ-7TIM-S’s temperature detection is designed to be 99% accurate with a margin of error at just ± 0.54°F
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Yes. 2.4 ghz wifi is supported.
LAN is supported.
*5 ghz is not yet supported.
It depends. The personnel management solution supports MiFare which is a lesser used access card type. At the Bottom of the unit it has what’s called a wiegand pigtail connector that will connect to many security systems and door access systems. HID Prox (most common) is not supported.
Yes. There is a “Dry Contact Relay” which closes a circuit which can trigger a door. This is separate from the building security.
The system supports MiFare cards and can be combined with face recognition and temperature verification.
There are two modes:
Stranger mode – where anyone with normal temperature can pass.
Recognition mode – where it will only allow recognized employees to pass through. Stranger mode can also recognize employees but anyone can pass provided they don’t have a fever.
Support for HID Prox will be available in a future release.
The device comes with an optional integrated contactless reader with specific media support. The similarities between Proxypoint and the integrated readers are: MiFare Supported: MifareS50,MifareS70,FM11RF08 series card, and the physical card number of protocol compliant ISO/IEC14443A. Differences are that the ProxyPoint Plus has that the optional contactless reader option doesn’t support clock interface, ProxCard/ISOPrx/DuoProx/MicroProx/ProcCard Plus. Additionally media is limited to under 64 bits.
Not at this time, it will just will deny access to the door.
The Personnel Management Solution has not been validated against HIPAA. The Personally Identifiable information is Guests: Picture (if enabled) + temperature + time. For Recognition mode: Picture + Employee Number + Temperature Reading + Employee Name +Time of entry. The intent of the access kiosk is for building access / security, it’s not intended to be used for patient diagnosis. Similarly, it does not manage or create EHR System, it only records access granted events, date and time of people with a nominal temperature. The system will not log access events for people who were turned away with a non-nominal temperature. Face recognition would recognize known people, but only if they had been setup with an employee ID, name, and photo for face recognition in advance. If there is no face database no name, just an entry time and a temperature. This would be the same amount of information as you would get from a security camera or door access system.
Yes, the applicable standard is ANSI C63.4- 2014 (Information Technology Equipment) it has been assigned against CISPR PUB. 222, FCC Part 15 Subpart B and has the FCC mark . TAF testing laboratory 1439. Attestation of conformity available on request.
Directive(s) REDS 2014/53/EU , Attestation number 2003118. Applicable standards ETSI EN 300 328 V2.1.1 (2016); EN 62311:2008; ETSI EN 301 489-1 V2.1.1 (2017); ETSI EN 301 489-17 V3.1.1. Attestation of Conformity available on request.
The device has FCC and CE certifications.
If you leverage Meridian’s central management server, Meridian’s hosting facility is SOC 1 & 2 compliant, this would include data once at rest.
Not on the kiosk side—it will record temperature and time of all who were approved but these would only be for nominal temperatures. On the Manage side, if this is required we can add additional code to opt-out of storage of this data on the MzeroManage. Non-nominal temperatures are never stored (those who are turned away). Only 1GB of scan history is retained on the device.
We are discussing adding a ULc power brick (the only source of power) to the device, the one it comes with by default is just CE only. Anything behind these power bricks are outside the scope of UL/CE.
Settings Screen -> Temperature Detection Settings -> Compensation temperature. The default value is 0.3 + for normal conditions. You can adjust the compensation level and switch it to – value to compensate with software.
When the next version of MzeroManage is released, it will have an online editing option for MzeroManage, where data is centralized and propagates for all your devices.
The technology used in this product is not sourced from any of the companies defined in FAC Number 2020-05/03-30-2020 Part 4 subpart 4.21 Section 4.2101 pretaining to Subpart 4.21 Prohibition on Contracting for Certain Telecommunications and Video Surveillance Services or Equipment.
For the most part the variance is 0.35° F. These devices shouldn’t be used to make a medical diagnosis.
The 1:1 comparison recognition rate is more than 99.7%, the 1:N comparison recognition rate is more than firstname.lastname@example.org% misrecognition rate, and the live detection accuracy rate is email@example.com% misrejectionrate. Face recognition pass speed is less than 1 second. Supports accurate face recognition and comparison while wearing mask.
We recommend installing a small concentrator device in your network to secure data between the device (s) inside your LAN and to the central server in TLS 1.2.
Yes. When MzeroManage’s Cloud hosting is used, we now support TLS v1.3 for the personnel callback data channel. For two-way database syncronization channels, we need to install a virtual machine or a small device within your LAN to secure the network traffic first before sending to the cloud. For MzeroCloud on premises, the client would need to purchase SSL certificates and register a domain.
Pictures at time of entry of employees that were recognized, pictures of strangers will only be captured if the setting for capture strangers is enabled (disabled by default). The temperature at time of entry, the date and time of entry, the employee database (pictures and employee IDs). Might recommend physical deterrents if this is a concern, such as a tilt/tamper alarm or more securely bolting the unit down.
We strongly recommend the device not be on public wifi, LAN (wired) is better. To prevent theft of the actual device, you may need to add deterrents such as securing it to the wall well.
You can put it in guest mode so it doesn’t need to use face biometrics. As for if they can `cheat` the system it’s possible, but also it takes a photo at the time you enter, so you would be able to tell if you review the photos.
The kiosk’s weight is 35lbs with base.
Data is stored on the device only unless MzeroManage is configured.
The devices are password protected so you cannot gain access unless you have both a physical mouse/keyboard attached plus the password. The CF card where data is stored is part of the integrated circuit board so it would not be easily accessible due to it being physically integrated. When enabled, MzeroManage will receive callback information from the device that has the picture of the employee at time of entry, this is transmitted via TLSv1.3 with strong encryption Ciphers. Meridian is currently developing 2-way syncronization of the employee database and settings between on premises devices and MzeroManage. When this solution is complete it may require an on-premises concentrator to properly secure and route traffic over TLSv1.3 to our cloud servers. More information will be released on this as it becomes available. The CF card is not encrypted.
Data is stored on the CF Card of the device. If MzeroManage is utilized this is a cloud based service or optional on premise service. When enabled, the data will be securely transmitted from the device to the central MzeroManage via encryption. For the cloud service the data is stored in a private database in an SOC1/SOC2 compliant VPC datacenter in VA. Access to the data is limited to authorized users for the purpose of support and maintenance.