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PAC has produced an integration guide to Dahua’s Thermal Monitoring Access Control Terminal (TMAC) to allow checking of a person’s temperature as well as confirmation a face mask is being worn when entering a building or any area secured by PAC access control. This integration guide is for use in Europe, UK and APAC.
The product manufacturers say that as businesses adapt to Covid-19 measures, building managers need technology to help with the safety of their occupants. As part of an overall strategy, thermal monitoring and automated face mask detection offer a method to control security and adherence to safety measures by visitors.
PAC has integration with time and attendance, CCTV monitoring, and other building and occupancy control services. That’s now extended to the Dahua Temperature Monitoring Terminal, which can check a person’s temperature and determine if a face mask is being worn when entering a building or area.
This integration with Dahua’s TMAC allows access rights for individuals to be managed. By taking an output from the Dahua TMAC into the PAC access system, access rights can be withdrawn for anyone that does not meet the safety standards required to gain entrance.
As for set-up, installers have some basic wiring and a few configuration settings within the Dahua TMAC, for the system to be ready and active. For users, access control list set-up and management provide a single access control system for the management of all secured areas and entrances. Multi-factor authentication supports the Dahua temperature and mask checking before being able to use the PAC access control ID Device to unlock the secured entrance.
A single key-holder database enables demarcation of building controls as the PAC access system is used for all access control and the Dahua Thermal Monitoring Terminal is used as an added check for temperature and mask wearing.
To access a copy of the integration guide visit http://pacgdx.com/products/dahua-tmac-integration-with-pac.