ADT: 'Fever' Cameras Are Medical Devices

By: John Honovich, Published on Jun 15, 2020

While many manufacturers are avoiding admitting their 'fever' cameras are medical devices, ADT has taken a strong and clear position.

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ADT has taken one of the most conservative and well-researched positions that IPVM has seen. Inside this note, we examine ADT's position, their explanation, and how it could hurt their sales relative to competitors.

For related coverage, see Fever Cameras Are Medical Devices, Per The FDA, Dahua, Feevr, Hikvision, InVid Contrary Claims Are False and ZKTeco SpeedFace+ Are Medical Devices, Per FDA Definition, Contrary Claims Are False.

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***** ** *********** *** *******, ******** **** *** ADT's ********'* *********** ** this ******:

"Not **** * **** *** ***"

***'* ******* ********** ***** who ******* ********* **** is * '**** *** all' ********* ******* *************, saying:

*** *** ** ******** this ********* ********** ***** the *** **** * keep ******* ***** **** the *** *** ******* its ************ *** ***** devices. ****, *** ** explain. ** *****, ** response ** *** ******** and ********* *** ********* this ********** ** ***** to ** ** *** back ** **** ******, the *** **** ** all **** **** **** to ***** ******* *********** of ********* *** **********, registration ************ *** ***** devices. **, *****, **'* only **** ******* ** certain ********* *** ************ requirements. ** ***** ** be ******** *** **** quote, *******, **** ****, you **** ** ******* past *** *********, ***********. Youhave ** ********* **** * ******* **** ** ******** *** ******** ************. ** **'* *** **** * **** *** ***. Unfortunately, many ******* *** ****** ******* ************* **** ************** **** *********** to mean that any product can be sold, you've no doubt seen the flood out there in the marketplace. [emphasis added]

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**********, ***'* ******* ********** abuse *** ***************** *********:

** ** *** ****** that **** *** ******** ends, *** *** **** pick ***** **** ** with *** ***********perhaps **** **** ********** *********** *** ****** ** ***** *** ***************** we're likely to see with medical devices and other pharmaceuticals during this pandemic period. [emphasis added]

Risk ********* *** ********** ******

*** ****** ** *****, ADT ********, ***** ** sanctions ** ********** ******:

*** ******* ** **** is **** ** **** products **** *** ***** be ******** ******** **** render ********** ******* ** products **** *** *** customers *** **** *** them **risk ** ********* ******* ******* *********, or being the subject of negligence ****** in the even these products are not accurate and don't work. [emphasis added]

Not ***** ********* ******

*** ********** ********* **** they *** *** ******** fever *********, ********** ** describe ***** ** '******** skin ***********' ********* *********. As ** ********* **** '***** ********', **** Says '***', *** ************ *** accurate ******** ** ** call ***** ******* **** temperature *********.

** ******, ** *** same ****, ******** **** temperature ** ***** **** as * ***** *** potential ******** **** *********** which ** * ********* sign *** ***** ***** is ****** * ********* indicator ** ***********, ***** is *** *** ****** for ***** ******* ** so ***** ****** * coronavirus ********.

Correct ********

**** ****** **** *** on **** *****, ** we ************* ** ****** ** our ******* ******* ********, ***** ******* *** clearly ******** *** * medical ******* *** ******* that **** *** *** medical ******* **** ******** to *** ***'* ********** and ******* **** ************* to ***** **** *** the ****** ** * false ***** ** ****** and ********.

Bad *** *** ******** ***** ****

** *** ***** ****, with ** **** ** ADT's *********** ******* ******** that ***** *** ******* devices, *** ****** ** lose ***** **** ******** as ****** *** ***** less ********* ******** **** more ********** *********** ******. However, ** **** ******* has *****, **** ** these ******* **** *********** performance ********.

***** *** *** **** in *** ***** ****, if *** *** ** customers ********** ****** ***** action ******* ***** *******, ADT *** ** ****** in *** **** ***. However, ******* ** *** much ***** ****** **** come ** *** ****** remains ** ** ****.

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*** ******* ** **** FDA **** *** ***** CV-19 ********** ** ***(*)?

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*** *** ********** **** this ******** ** *********:

"**** ****** ** ******** to ****** ** ****** only *** *** ******** of *** ****** ****** emergency ******* ** *****-** declared ** ***"

***** ** ** ********** of **** *** **** declare *****-** ** ** longer ** * ****** health *********; *********,**-*** **** ****** **** *,*** ********* died **** *** ***** and**** ***,******* ****** ******** ** far.

*** **** ** ****** health ********* *** ***** Flu, ***** ****** **** over * **** - it*** ******** ** ***** 2009******** ** **** ****. ***** *****-**'* ******* impact, ** **** ****** last ** ***** ** long, ** *** ************* longer.

******* ****** ** **** some ************* **** ********* their ******* *** *** approval, *** **** **** out *** ******* **** long ********** ****.

** *** ******* **** muster, ***** ** *** likely ** ** * backlash ******* *** ***** already *********, ****** *** FDA ****** *** ************ to ****** *** ********* devices *** ******* **** with *** **** ****** with *** ******* ********.

****** *** *** ****** the ************ ** ****** the ********* ******* *** replace **** **** *** same ****** **** *** sticker ********.

** **** *** **** anyone **** ******* ****, have ***? ****, ** be *****, ***** ** no ******** '*******' ********.

* ***** *** ************ that *** ********* *** the **** ** ***** cert ******* ** ******* they *** ********* ** ensuring ***** ******** **** be ********* **** ****. They're *** ****** ** be *** **** *** with ********, **'* ***** to ** *** ****** who ****'* **** ******** the ************* *** ****** claims **** ****'* * medical ****** *** *** that *** ***** ** come ** *****.

*** ******** **** * have ********* *** ******** is ** ******* ** the ****** ****** ***** approved *** **** ************* the ************* **** ****.

**** * **** ** for ******** *** *** approval *** *** **** camera

**'* ***** **** *** it ****** ******, ***** I ** *** ****** the ***** ******* ** the ********. *** ***** Certification ***** **** ** covers:

*********** ** ***** ****: Series *, *, *, and * - ** cameras

**** **** **** **** flir ******* ******** ** 2020 ** * ***** "A"400 ** "*"*** *** grandfathered **** *** **** cert ** ** ***** any *********** ** ******** new ******** ** ******** and ******** ******* ************* updated ** *********?

** ****, **** ********. Correct, *** **** ******* got *** ***(*) ************* ** ******* ***** ****** *** hasn't ******* *****:IPVM Image** ** **** ********,*** *** ***** *** ********** ** only ******** ** ***** are *********** ************* ** a "********* ******** ***":

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****** ******* ********:

***** ************* ** *** device ****** ******* ********* review ** *** ***, while ***** ******* ****** do ***.

* ********* ************ (***(*) is ******** **** * legally ******** ****** ******* to ***(*) ************ ** significantly ******* ** ******** in ******, **********, ****** of ***********, ** ******** use.

***** **** **** *** not ******** *** ***(*)*, it's ****** **** ***** say ***** ******* **** not **** "************* *******" enough ** ******* * new ***(*).

** *** ***********, ***** ** ** amendment/supplement/etc ** ** ******** 510(k). ** *** ******* are *********** ******, **** an ******** *** ***(*) "must ** *********":

***** *** ** ********** for * ***(*) ********* or ********** ** *** existing ***(*).** ** ** determined *** ************ ** not ******* ** *** current ***(*) * *** 510(k) **** ** *********.

* ****** *** **** other ******* **** **** are ***** ******** ***** based ** *** *** technology ******* *** ************.

****, *'* ********* ** Flir ***** ******** ** using *** **** *******, components *** ******** **** 2004 ** ******* **** most ****** ******* ***** is ************* *** ****.

***'* *** **'* *** same ****** *** ******* significant *** *******, *** we **** ** ******* that *** ****** ** no ****** **** ** was *** ** ** 17 ***** ***?

**** * ****** ******* as * **** **** with * **** ***** a **** ***.

* ***’* ******* **** at **** ** ***** Dirksen ******* ******** ***** product ******* ***** ****. Or, *** ****** **** would “**** * *****” at ****.

** ** *** ********** I ***** *** ******** applaud ***** ************.

* ***** ** * million ***** ******* * would ** ******** ****, let ***** ****** **, but **** *** ***!

* ***** ** **** or **** * ******* than ***** ****** **** the *** ** ******** suing *** ********** **** be **** *********** (** a *****) ****** ****** via **** * ****** who ****** **** ***** or ********* ****** ****.

**** ********* *** ********* these ***** ** ********* solutions ** ****** ***** risk *** ** ** infected ****** ******** ***** facility *** ********* **** infection ** ******, ******* that's ****** ** *** risk ** *** ******* from ***** ****** ******.

****'* *** **** * legal **********, ***** ** FDA ******** ******, ** the *** *** *** and ************* ********* ***** they ****** ** **** will ** *** ** being **** ** ****** against **** ********, **** for *** ******** *** the **********.

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