Sunell is far less well known than its gargantuan domestic competitors Dahua and Hikvision but
the company's 'Panda Cam' is going head to head against them worldwide in the booming coronavirus fever camera market.
However, the name Sunell is generally not used, as the company's sales strategy is to let seemingly anyone relabel it, including companies like
InVid, Watchnet, CohuHD, CBC Ganz, Bolide (cleverly disguised), etc.
We tested the Sunell system and inside this report, we examine:
Sunell's accuracy compared to an IR thermometer
Sunell's temperature measurement strategy and what it gains and loses from this approach
How Sunell misses 'elevated skin temperature' detections
How common conditions triggered elevated skin temperature detections
How software setup impacts performance and measurements
How Sunells's engineering recommendations conflict with their sales and marketing
This is the 4th in our series, joining
Dahua Thermal Temperature Monitoring System Tested, Seek Scan Thermal Temperature Screening System Tested and Smartphone Thermal Camera Body Temperature Measurement Tested (FLIR / Seek). Upcoming reports on Hikvision, FLIR, ZKteco, and more on the way.