Knowing where to find what you need whenever you need it. Many hospitals have no clear visibility of the whereabouts of their equipment. Ward staff have to make several phone calls to look for needed equipment or colleagues. Biomedical engineering staff have to manually ensure that preventive maintenance is done on time by making their rounds searching and verifying scribbled information labelled on each piece of equipment periodically. These manual processes result in inefficient use of time, low utilization rates, over purchase of equipment, non-compliance with regulatory mandates, increased patient waiting time and sometimes loss and theft of equipment. To overcome these challenges, CADI offers SmartSense, an active RFID location tracking system that allows tracking of hospital assets real time. This helps hospital staff locate whatever they need instantly which is particularly useful for patient treatment or preventive maintenance for hospital equipment. With SmartSense, hospitals can effectively optimize assets utilization, improve patient safety, operational efficiency and reduce cost.
Specifications* SmartTag (STG-850)
General - Operating Ambient Temperature Range: 20.0°C to 50.0°C |Storage Ambient Temperature Range: 20.0°C to 50.0°C Device ID: 48 Bits |Power Source: 3V CR2450 button-cell lithium Battery | Dimension: (w/o bracket) 46 x 41.5 x 16.6 mm Dimension (w bracket): 50. 4 x 47.85 x 19.1 mm Wireless Communication Interface (Radio) - Transmission Range: Up to 10m (Unblocked) | Operating Frequency: 868.4MHz, 919.8MHz and 925MHz ISM Range | Modulation: ASK | Antenna Type: PCB Antenna | RF input impedance: 50 ohm Wireless Communication Interface (IR) - Receiving Range (w.r.t SMN-890): 5m (line-of-sight) | Operating Frequency: 32kHz Operating Frequency: 125kHz | Node-Server Communication - Settings & Configuration: No settings required | Data Upload (To SMN-890): Proprietary RF Protocol Features - Tamper-Proof Installation: Provided by built-in Hall Sensor and casing Estimated Battery Life: 9 months |Indicator: 2 dual-color (Red/Green) indicators Transmission frequency Upon change of location/tamper/every 10 mins Cleansing/Disinfection User disinfection of tag is done using commonly available disinfection alcohol and cleansing agents
SmartNode is a LAN and POE enabled receiver node for receiving data transmitted by SmartTags. It uploads received data to the SmartSense engine via its built-in Ethernet LAN interface. General - Operating Ambient Temperature Range: 10.0 °C to 50.0°C | Storage Ambient Temperature Range: 10.0°C to 50.0°C | Device ID: 48 Bits | Power Source 12V D.C. power adapter/12V P.O.E capable switch | Power adapter with D.C power plug 5.5/2.1mm; L = 9.5mm | POE switch to have at least 7W per port Wireless Communication Interface (Radio) - Transmission Range: Up to 25m (Typical operating range appox. 10m) | Operating Frequency: 868.4MHz, 919.8MHz and 925MHz ISM Range | Modulation: FSK | Antenna Type: SMA or RP-SMA | RF input impedance: 50 ohm Wireless Communication Interface (IR Interface) - Transmission Range (SMN-890): 5m to 7m(line-of-sight) | Transmission Range (SMN-890s): 2m to 3m(line-of-sight) | Operating Frequency: 38kHz Communication Protocol (Node-Server Communication) - LAN Interface: 10Mbps IEEE802.3 of compliant over TCP/IP | Data Upload (To Server) : TCP/IP | Data Exchange (With Sensors): Proprietary RF Protocol Settings & Configuration- HTTP-POST, HTTP Web User Interface, RS-232 Serial Visual Indicators - 3 green LED indicators to indicate UHF activity and power status
SmartSense Enterprise - Asset Tracking Dashboard
*Preliminary specifications. Subject to change without notice.
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Published on Feb 28, 2011