Antimicrobial version of rugged XM Series handhelds improve healthcare solutions
Woodbury, NY - October 14, 2010 - Janam Technologies LLC, a leading provider of rugged mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly, today announced a new mobile healthcare solution that extends the company’s popular XM Series product line with antimicrobial versions of the XM66 and XM60+ rugged handhelds. The new XM66AM and XM60+AM provide the healthcare sector with rugged antimicrobial devices that support mobility solutions aimed at improving patient safety, streamlining complicated processes and reducing medical errors.
The XM66AM and XM60+AM rugged antimicrobial mobile computers are the only handhelds in their category that offer “whole device” antimicrobial coverage. Unlike competitive methodologies, Janam’s antimicrobial products have a continuous protective layer encompassing the scan window, display surface, stylus and screws. The entire unit – not just the plastic housing – is protected by an antimicrobial coating that effectively kills microorganisms.
The XM66AM and XM60+AM are the only fully rugged, antimicrobial, mobile computers that deliver a full 3.5” display yet weigh less than 10 ounces. They are small and light enough to comfortably carry throughout a work shift, and they provide superior viewability, making them a welcome tool for uses ranging from medication administration to specimen tracking. Like all Janam PDA products, the antimicrobial XM66AM and XM60+AM are built to withstand rigorous use in tough environments, surviving repeated 4’/1.2m drops to concrete and sealed to IP54 standards.
Fast, reliable omnidirectional 1D and 2D upgradeable barcode scanning helps clinicians, pharmacists and lab technicians improve accuracy and increase patient safety. Flexible, secure Cisco CCX certified WiFi enables healthcare workers to automatically update data and synchronize information with centralized systems, saving precious time and maintaining patient privacy.
“Healthcare, an inherently mobile industry, is increasingly adopting mobile technologies to improve efficiency, support point-of-care excellence and increase safety,” said Harry B. Lerner, CEO of Janam. “The antimicrobial XM Series is not only optimized for the industry’s mobility requirements, it delivers antimicrobial characteristics in a manner that is superior to that of its competition. Once again, Janam delivers the right features at the right price.”