The crematory camera is set up to record, automatically, whenever motion is detected in the camera’s field of vision. All activity, whether placing a pet in the cremation chamber or the crematory operator simply walking by the front of the machine, is fully recorded.
Once the activity stops, the camera will continue recording for 10 seconds until going in to standby mode. All video is stored digitally, for a minimum of three months. The name of the pet, the owner’s name, the veterinary clinic from where the pet originated, date, time, and pet’s weight is displayed on a white/blackboard which is visible to the camera. The pet will also be visible when possible, for identification purposes. This will all be recorded, as well as a visual on the cremation chamber itself, showing a clean and empty interior, prior to the pet’s placing.