We are suppliers of the robust and innovative CAT®S61 Smartphone which has heaps of useful features including a thermal imaging camera, an app to measure indoor air quality and a laser assisted distance measure.
Built-in thermal imaging camera
Detect elevated body temperature and help beat coronavirus with the click of a button using the CAT®S61 Smartphone’s thermal imaging camera.
The camera can also be used to locate heat loss through defective insulation, around doors and windows, damp areas and over-heating electrical appliances and circuitry.
Indoor Air Quality Sensor
Safeguard your health and wellbeing with the Air app which monitors indoor temperature, humidity and the level of air pollutants. The app can tell you when improved ventilation is needed, allowing you to reduce exposure to common VOCs such as solvents, glues, paints and cleaning agents.
Laser Assisted Distance Measurement
Save time and effort with the Measure app. The device’s in-built laser and rear camera are used to calculate distances, meaning measuring for quotes or to estimate materials needed is quick and easy.
Other features of the Smartphone include:
Who is the CAT®S61 Smartphone is suitable for?
With so many clever features, the phone is suitable for a wide range of uses across several sectors.
The thermal imaging camera can be used by any size or type of business which needs to accurately measure temperatures to help minimise the risk of infection. This could include:
The thermal imaging camera, air quality sensor and measuring app are perfect tools for tradespeople looking to work safely and efficiently. These include:
Why choose Triton Telecom?
We provide the latest technology at competitive prices. As proud keyworkers, we have been operating throughout the coronavirus pandemic to help businesses communicate effectively in these uncertain times. We have also donated items to local charities because we like doing our bit.
With its ingenious thermal imaging camera, we have added the CAT®S61 Smartphone to our product range to help businesses measure temperatures and reduce risk as they reopen after lockdown.