FSN Medical Wireless
FSN’s wireless imaging systems are flexible and completely mobile. Reduced wiring helps eliminate snagging and tripping hazards. Video carts or stands can be completely mobile, allowing for flexible equipment layouts. Wireless solutions lead to more efficient workflow in medical work environments.
NDS Wireless Imaging
NDS ZeroWire® MOBILE Solution
NDS has engineered a revolutionary solution that can eliminate the need for cables and cords in the procedure room. Patent pending and being previewed at MEDICA 2015, the ZeroWire® MOBILE Solution is one of the first battery powered mobile stands designed for use in the medical environment. The stand accommodates two completely sealed (liquid safe) hot-swappable batteries. When the batteries run low, a visual and
audible alarm indicates the need to swap the battery with a freshly charged unit from the wall mounted charging system.
By eliminating display cables in the procedure room, staff safety and ergonomics are enhanced while having the potential to reduce room turnaround times.
Wireless Video Option
When used in combination with NDS ZeroWire® G2 wireless video technology, the complete package can eliminate all video and power cables that are typically connected to the secondary monitor. Also previewed at MEDICA 2015, the Radiance Ultra 27” with embedded ZeroWire receiver will make the ideal complete package for endoscopic procedure rooms.
Sony Wireless Print System
UPA-WU10 Wireless Print System
Convenient cable-free connection between printer and modality
The UPA-WU10 wireless print system allows cable-free connection of compatible Sony medical printers with compatible surgical endoscopes, ultrasound systems, and other hospital imaging modalities.* The system
effectively replaces a conventional wired USB connection between printer and imaging modality. It’s ideal for busy clinical environments, where modalities are constantly being moved between different O.R. and
treatment rooms. The all-in-one wireless print solution also resolves the problem of limited space on medical carts, allowing connection between the modality and an “off-cart” printer without a lengthy USB cable.