So how far have we come?
I have gone through the archive for various threads on the Infrared Thermometers and have yet to find conclusive proof that these devices are any good from a technical point of view in regards to repair/calibration and above all else accurate measurements.
It seems that staff are seeing more and more of these devices on TV and seem to suddenly want them as they are "contactless", yet a blood pressure and saturation levels is performed with being contactless?
Has anyone in the UK found a suitable model to trial? Or are we still at the same stages that we were 8 years ago?
Any help appreciated, stay safe everyone.


30 years since the Chernobyl disaster and yet we still have no super heroes or zombies.