Zebra ZD510-HC (Healthcare) Wristband Printer Arrives
The Zebra ZD510-HC (Healthcare) wristband printer has been designed to address the specific needs of the healthcare sector. The ZD510-HC is a direct thermal wristband printer that’s easy to deploy, load and clean. The ZD510-HC dispenses Zebra’s proprietary Z-Band® antimicrobial-coated wristbands – improving wristband longevity and patient safety.
The Zebra ZD510-HC integrates with a number of leading Admission, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) patient systems – namely Allscripts, CareFusion, Cerner, CPSI, Epic and McKesson. The housing on the Zebra ZD510-HC is built to withstand strong disinfectants and UV light during the sanitisation process. There’s little doubt that the Zebra ZD510-HC sets the standard in wristband printers for the healthcare sector.
Features of the Zebra ZD510-HC (Healthcare) wristband printer include:
- 512 MB Flash memory
- 256 MB SDRAM memory
- Minimum print length of 76mm, and maximum print length of 558mm
- Zebra Link-OS operating system
- Easy to install wristband cartridges
- Automatic print calibration – reducing wristband loading issues and wastage
- Medical-grade power supply (IEC 60601-1 compliant)
- Ethernet, USB, USB Host and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity (optional Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity is also available)
- Wristband cartridge compatibility with Zebra HC100 wristband printer
Barcode Dynamics and Zebra at HIMSS AsiaPac18 – Brisbane
Barcode Dynamics and Zebra are proud to be joint-exhibitors at this year’s HIMSS AsiaPac18 Conference & Exhibition in Brisbane. The event – organised by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) – will take place on 5-8 November 2018 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
HIMSS AsiaPac18 brings together thought leaders, solution providers and organisations in the digital healthcare space. Speakers include Dr Richard Ashby (Chief Executive, eHealth Queensland), Tim Kelsey (Chief Executive, Australian Digital Health Agency) and Air Vice-Marshal Tracy Smart (Commander Joint Health & Surgeon General, Australian Defence Force). HIMSS AsiaPac18 will focus on four key areas of eHealth: connectivity, consumer-partnership, sustainability and data.
In a timely development, Barcode Dynamics has been appointed the first Zebra Healthcare Specialist in Australia – a program designed to recognise partners that provide expertise in Zebra healthcare solutions. During HIMSS AsiaPac18, Barcode Dynamics and Zebra will be promoting the new Zebra ZD510-HC (Healthcare) wristband printer.
Barcode Dynamics is one of Australia’s leading providers of mobile data capture and labelling solutions in the healthcare sector. As a Zebra Premier Solution Partner, Barcode Dynamics has worked with many of Australia’s leading healthcare organisations, including Queensland Health. To find out more about HIMSS AsiaPac18, please call Matthew Candy (General Manager, Barcode Dynamics) on 0412 130 749 or visit the HIMSS AsiaPac18 website.
Barcode Dynamics becomes first Zebra Healthcare Specialist
Barcode Dynamics has been announced as the first Zebra Healthcare Specialist in Australia – a program designed to recognise partners that provide expertise in Zebra healthcare solutions. Over the past 15 years, Barcode Dynamics has worked with many of Australia’s leading health organisations, including Queensland Health.
The Zebra Healthcare Specialisation program provides Barcode Dynamics – a Zebra Premier Solution Partner – with specialist support and exclusive design tools. The accreditation will enable Barcode Dynamics to provide its healthcare clients with the latest technologies, products and special offers from Zebra. The new ZD510-HC (Healthcare) wristband printer is a product that Barcode Dynamics is currently promoting in tandem with Zebra at HIMSS AsiaPac18.
At the recent 2018 MedTech Breakthrough Awards, Zebra was honoured with two awards: Best Overall mHealth Hardware (Zebra TC51-HC mobile computer) and Best Healthcare Network Security Solution (LifeGuard for Android). As a Zebra Healthcare Specialist, Barcode Dynamics is well-qualified to provide expert advice and competitive pricing on both these outstanding products.
Barcode Dynamics and Microlise Tackle Vehicle Fleet Management
Barcode Dynamics is proud to announce its partnership with Microlise – a world leader in vehicle fleet management solutions. Microlise assists organisations to reduce, control and manage their fleet vehicle costs, as well as increase operational efficiency.
The Microlise solution suite covers four broad areas: telematics, safety compliance, journey management and proof of delivery. An end-to-end Microlise solution reduces fuel consumption, maximises vehicle utilisation, improves driver safety and provides real-time visibility of the fleet against schedule.
Microlise solutions are used by leading European companies, such as MAN, Carlsberg and Bibby Distribution. Since 1982, Microlise has saved its clients over £210 million in fuel costs, and reduced carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 472,000 metric tonnes per annum. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, Microlise has offices in Australia (Melbourne), France, India and the United Arab Emirates.
Any organisation with a vehicle fleet should consider the benefits of a fleet management solution. For further information on Microlise fleet management solutions, please call Matthew Candy at Barcode Dynamics on 07 3399 6510 or 0412 130 749.
Ivanti Velocity Provides Android Pathway
Ivanti, a world-leader in unified IT solutions, makes supply chain management easier with its new Velocity 2.0 product. Velocity 2.0 enables existing Telnet and web applications to be accessed by an Android user interface. As end-of-support looms for Windows Mobile and Windows CE, many organisations are embracing the Android-powered supply chain.
Velocity 2.0, which is powered by Wavelink, provides the interface between Android mobile devices and legacy Telnet / web applications. Many of the latest handheld computers, such as the Zebra MC3300 mobile computer, feature an Android OS. The benefit of an Android user interface is that many staff (particularly new staff) find it easier to use.
Velocity 2.0 is already proving popular with retailers, manufacturers and other supply chain operators. The Velocity 2.0 framework is comprised of 4-steps: migration, optimisation, modernisation and speech (MOMS). Major features of Velocity 2.0 include:
- Rapid Modernisation – scripts and APIs enable Velocity 2.0 to detect existing Telnet and web applications, and then deploy a configurable Android user interface.
- External Content – information and images from a website or Intranet can be inserted into online workflows, resulting in greater productivity and training support.
- Expanded Device Support – Velocity 2.0 provides enhanced support for Panasonic rugged mobile computers and Zebra MC3300 / Zebra VC80x mobile computers.
Zebra Power Supply Recall
The Zebra Power Supply Unit (PSU) recall initiated December 2016 has been expanded. Additional incidents have been reported since the initial recall was communicated. Out of an abundance of caution, Zebra is expanding the parameters of the original recall to include additional models over a longer time frame as a further precaution to ensure the safety of our customers.
For information on affected Zebra PSUs, please click here.