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Docking/Charging Stations, Physiologic Monitor

Definition : Supporting structures (i.e., docks) designed to facilitate connectivity to otherwise handheld or portable physiologic monitors and/or for automated charging of their internal rechargeable batteries. These docks (also known as docking stations) typically consist of a structure made of metal, hard plastic, or a combination of these that is mounted on the wall or placed on a tabletop. The docks hold and provide appropriate connectors to plug-in or cradle the handheld monitor, facilitating their connectivity and/or providing means to recharge their internal batteries. The docks may also include wired or wireless connection to other devices and /or communication (e.g., nurse call systems) or information systems facilitating the download of data, a power converter (e.g., 120 VAC to 12 VDC), and a line cord for connection to the mains.

Entry Terms : "Docking Stations" , "Docking/Charging Stations" , "Docks" , "Physiologic Monitor Dock/Battery Chargers" , "Physiologic Monitor Docking/Charging Stations"

UMDC code : 25207

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Datalux Corp

Company Type: Parent

Datalux Corporation designs, manufactures and markets specialized computer products for demanding environments. Datalux products are well-suited for installation in locations that require unique, durable products and have limited space available. Product offerings from Datalux range from individual components such as keyboards, monitors and computers to complete systems.

iHealth Labs Inc

Company Type: Parent

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