New Captuvo SL22h and SL42h Designed for Healthcare Enterprise Sleds Transform Fifth Generation Apple Devices Into Productivity Solutions for Hospital Environments
ORLANDO, Fla. Feb. 24, 2014 Honeywell (NYSE: HON)
today announced the expansion of its successful Captuvo line of encasements for Apple devices at the
Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando. The Captuvo SL22h and SL42h, designed for healthcare environments, equip iPod touch (5TH generation) and iPhone (5, 5c and 5s) devices with the power of barcode data collection to increase productivity and support healthcare "Converged Device" strategies.
The SL22h and SL42h sleds are lightweight and have a compact design that reduces user fatigue by offering single-handed functionality for clinical staff performing a variety of tasks, including medication administration, specimen collection and remote patient monitoring. Its purpose-built protective housing is designed to withstand multiple 4-foot drops, offers critical screen protection and provides a reliable solution for data collection in rigorous healthcare settings. And a disinfectant-ready housing allows healthcare professionals to regularly clean the device minimizing the risk of spreading infectious diseases.
"With increasing focus on reducing alarm fatigue and enhancing care team communication, healthcare organizations are turning to new technologies to improve patient safety and reduce IT spending," said Doug Brown, healthcare industry marketing for Honeywell Scanning & Mobility. "The Captuvo SL22h and SL42h merge the Apple experience with industry-leading barcode technology -- ultimately redefining the way nurses, doctors, and other clinicians interact with their EHR software and each other with one, easy-to-use device."
Equipped with Honeywell's AdaptusTM 6.0 imaging technology, the Captuvo SL22h and SL42h offer aggressive linear and 2D scanning reducing the challenges of reading high density and poor quality barcodes often found in healthcare environments. To ensure round the clock' use, these new healthcare-ready sleds come with a hot-swappable and user replaceable battery to eliminate downtime and the need to recharge the device mid-shift.
The Captuvo Healthcare SL22h and SL42h are expected to ship in April 2014. For more information, please visit
. The SL22h and SL42h will be on display during HIMSS14 Feb. 24-27, 2014 in booth #5987 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL
Apple, iPod touch, and iPhone are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
Adaptus is a trademark of Honeywell International Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
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Honeywell Scanning & Mobility (HSM) is a leading manufacturer of high-performance image- and laser-based data collection hardware, including rugged mobile computers and bar code scanners, radio frequency identification solutions, voice-enabled workflow and printing solutions. With the broadest product portfolio in the automatic identification and data collection industry, HSM provides data collection hardware for retail, healthcare, distribution centers, direct store delivery, field service, and transportation and logistics companies seeking to improve operations and enhance customer service. Additionally, HSM provides advanced software, service and professional solutions that help customers effectively manage data and assets. HSM products are sold worldwide through a network of distributor and reseller partners. For more information on Honeywell Scanning & Mobility, please visit www.honeywellaidc.com.
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