For body temperature measurement, the instructions of the physician and the Department of Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration of the Ministry of Health and Welfare have been consolidated. Generally, the normal frontal temperature (i.e. skin surface temperature) ranges between 35-36.9 degrees Celsius, and it is higher than 37 degrees Celsius. You must pay attention to the possible fever temperature, and the temperature measurement accuracy of the FTC-01 access control time attendance camera is ± 0.3 (°C), so the default abnormal high temperature of the machine is 37.3°C.

Therefore, testing the forehead temperature in a cool office at 35-37.2 (°C) is considered a normal value. If you have doubts about the subject’s body temperature, it is recommended to use an ear thermometer for more accurate measurement!