How It Works
The PathSpot Hand Scanner installs at designated handwashing sinks. After washing their hands, employees place their hands under the scanner to check for contamination that transmits illness. After scanning their hands, they receive an instant, actionable result. If contamination is detected, they are directed to rewash and rescan their hands before leaving the station. Managers can monitor handwashing activity on the device screens and on their PathSpot Account. (accessible on web and mobile).
Tracking Options: If Individual tracking is selected, team members will input unique employee ID codes on the screen or scan their badges before scanning, and the data dashboard will show who is washing, when, and how well. Team-level tracking with individual data is also available.
Installation, Dimensions, & Requirements
Full Product Spec Sheet
Dimensions: 11.73″ wide x 4.31″ height x 8.4″ depth
WiFi is required to set up the device and to push data to your data dashboard so you can monitor handwashing activity. PathSpot supports most WiFi networks.
Power: the unit plugs into a standard voltage outlet, so proximity to an outlet or a plan to use an extension cord must be in place to install and use.
Installation is simple and self-serve. 4 screws drill into a bracket to mount the hand scanner on the wall. An installation manual is provided. The device should be mounted with the base 55″ from the floor to allow users to read the screen. The device requires 6″ clearance under the base to allow for hands to scan.