InVid Tech always recommends following the FDA's recommendations.
Please review the current FDA guidelines for using Thermal Imaging Cameras.
View Current Guidelines & Recommendations Here


When using InVid Tech Body Temperature Devices we recommend the following. 

  • Measure one individual at a time. 
  • Follow the guides to be sure your device is set up properly.
  • Allow your body to adjust to the temperatures outside.
  • The room where the unit is installed should be between 68-76 degrees.
  • Make sure there is no air movement from heating or cooling devices.
  • Make sure you are not wearing hats or glasses. Make sure your hair is not in the way. Wear a mask. 
  • Do not set up in areas where there is strong light; this includes bright sunlight or electric lighting. 
  • Do not face windows or shiny surfaces.
  • Confirm all suspect temperatures with a digital thermometer.
  • Follow all FDA recommendations for anyone with a high temperature. 
  • InVid Tech products must not be used to diagnose COVID-19, but they could be considered as one method for initial temperature assessment when they are part of a larger approach to risk management.


Please note:
You may see video footage showing the various capabilities of InVid Tech body temperature devices. These videos show the ability of the device, not the recommended use of a product. InVid Tech always encourages following the FDA's current recommendations. New recommendations have been issued as of March 4, 2021. Please review them here.

A product can work in a certain way, it does not mean that it should be used in this way. For example, a car may have the ability to go 180 mph; it does not mean that you should go that fast. It does not mean you are legally allowed to go that fast. The driver needs to decide to follow the state's legal speed limit. 

Similarly, there are products that have capabilities beyond what is recommended. InVid Tech encourages you to follow the current recommendations of the FDA. This may mean you need to adjust your system. We encourage you to do this.