CAC Card Barcode Reader for Quick Attendance

The 1900GSR-2USBCAC Scanner kit is great for taking a quick attendance into Excel or similar applications.   The scanner removes the extraneous data and only transmits the name, rank, and pay grade of personnel.    No other software needs to be installed.   Simply connect the scanner to a USB port.   See video for demonstration.   An optional hands-free stand is available too.

Hassle-Free, Battery-Free, Green Barcode Scanner

Battery-Free Wireless Area-Imager Scanner

An area-imager scanner that offers wireless freedom in a revolutionary, battery-free design powered by fast-charging super-capacitor.

green barcode scanner         

Features & Benefits

  • Battery-free technology eliminates the time, expense, hassle and environmental impact of battery-powered scanners.
  • Super-capacitors hold their charge for hours – providing typically more than 450 scans per charge.
  • Fast-charging super-capacitors have enough power for over 100 scans with less than 20 seconds of charging, and fully charge in less than a minute.
  • Delivers the same aggressive barcode scanning performance as other Xenon scanners – even on poor-quality or damaged barcodes.
  • Click Here for the Datasheet

TCG Commercial Finance Delivers Pre-qualified Quotes Instantly

Anything you buy from TCG is now available for commercial financing through our convenient financing portal:     Click here for more information or to begin the process.

It’s fast, easy, and free!  Free Instant Quotes
The Culver Group(TCG) Commercial Finance delivers pre-qualified quotes instantly. You give us some basic information and we provide you actual monthly finance payments from leading finance companies.

 

Zebra Printer Power Supply Recall-Voluntary

Zebra has announced a power supply recall for

The recall period is expanded to include PSUs manufactured by the FSP Group between October 1, 2006 and December 31, 2012. These PSU’s were sold as after-market kits or included with the sale of Zebra printers that may or may not have been included in the original recall notice. This is a comprehensive list of associated printer models. Items in bold below indicate the newly added printer models associated with this recall.

  • GC420D/T
  • G-Series (GK420D/T, GX420D/T, GX430D/T)
  • GK888D/T
  • GT Series (GT800, GT810, GT820, GT830)
  • HC100
  • LP/TLP Series (2724, 2824, 2824Z, 2824 Plus, 2844, 2844Z, 3742, 3842, 3844Z)
  • P1XX Series (P100, P110, P120)
  • R2844Z
  • R402
  • ZP455
  • ZXP3

Complete instructions and new power supply request forms are available here:

https://www.zebra.com/us/en/power-supply-recall.html?sfid=&co

Simplifying Healthcare Barcode Solutions

Healthcare environments are already sophisticated and complicated.  The last thing you want to worry about is if your Point-of-Care barcode scanner or specimen printer is operating correctly.   With over 30,000 barcode scanners deployed in the real hospital environments; we can help you avoid the common and uncommon pitfalls.

 

CAC Card Barcode Reader – CAC1910i

Need a reliable barcode scanner to read your CAC card?  We can help!  With the CAC1910i, we can scan and transmit both barcodes: the PDF417 on the front and the Code 39 barcode on the back.   If required, we can also set  the scanner to scan the front barcode but only send the data you require.  We often supply the scanners just to transmit the name on the card.  This is great for student attendance tracking logs, check in or check out procedures, and mailrooms, when service personnel come to claim packages and mail.  TCG CAC 1910i industrial scanner datasheet.   Video demonstration here    Email us at Sales@tcgbarcode.com or call (410)239-6808.

MICC Compatible Barcode Scanner

TCG adds a simple barcode scanner compatible with MICC, United States Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command.   This scanner is a USB device and is great for Office automation barcode scanning activities.  Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions.

Click here for datasheet    ls2208 MICC capable

Why BCMA(BPOC) is so important..

It’s important for the patients and the hospitals.  About 15 years ago there were three quarters of a million Adverse drug event(ADE) reports.  With the advent of many EHR and barcode medication administration systems-that number is decreasing everyday.

We need to continue the push:

  • Patients who experienced adverse drug events (ADEs) were hospitalized an average of 8 to 12 days longer than patients who did not suffer ADEs, and their hospitalization cost $16,000 to $24,000 more.
  • Anywhere from 28 percent to 95 percent of ADEs can be prevented by reducing medication errors through computerized monitoring systems.
  • Computerized medication order entry has the potential to prevent an estimated 84 percent of dose, frequency, and route errors.
  • Hospitals can save as much as $500,000 annually in direct costs by using computerized systems.

https://archive.ahrq.gov/research/findings/factsheets/errors-safety/aderia/ade.html

TCG was the first company to work with OEM’s in the development of healthcare plastic and FIPS 140-2 secure barcode scanners.   We are the original.     Let us recommend the best BCMA Scanner for your Health Information Systems such as: AllScripts (Eclypsis), Epic, Cerner, CPIS, McKesson, Meditech, and Siemens.

BCMA Barcode scanner at point of care

 

 

Never put the wrong label on a specimen or sample again!

Don’t ever grab the wrong sample or specimen labels from the networked laser printer again. Zebra’s QLn Series Healthcare printers are small and light enough
to be easily carried on a belt clip or mobile medication cart and deliver labels at the point
of care. This saves time and money and improves the patient experience, not to mention-patient safety.

In addition, we recently added FIPS 140-2 to enhance wireless security on these devices.

Zebra QLN Healthcare Mobile Printers

Click Here for complete Datasheet.

Know your battery life.

The purpose of the field report is to pass on relevant information about the performance of the product and why users misinterpret a bad battery for a broken device.

The use case is the Intermec CN70 in storage facilities tracking assets since 2012. These devices are operated by both a permanent and a temporary work force.

The initial feedback on the devices was very positive. Over time the users started to complain about the Cn70 units failing. These reports were only occurring in facilities that had an extremely high usage of the devices. Most of these complaints were unexpected shut down or black screens on the units. The spreading issue was being blamed of faulty devices.

A common theme when the root cause isn’t understood or the expectations are beyond what the device is capable of providing is the users blamed the device, when the issue is with aging batteries. High use sites rotate or hot swap batteries and similar symptoms were being seen across the facility. The batteries had been in service for 3-5 years. Upon further investigation the battery diagnostic utility on the units wasn’t being used to determine the health state of the battery Users only relied on the charge indicator and if it was above 50%. This status bar was misleading them into thinking a battery was preforming optimally when in fact it was not capable of holding a charge.

By implementing a battery replacement schedule these issues can be avoided. Most batteries will perform well for a period of 2 years under normal use conditions. However extreme use cases can deplete batteries after a year. It’s important to understand the use conditions and to monitor the health of your batteries.

For more information on this topic please reach out to Sale@TCGbarcode.com