TV REMOTE PILLOW SPEAKER & QWERTY KEYBOARD/MOUSE


Hôpitel's has developed an industry exclusive computer compatible all in one multi-functional hospital grade interactive TV Remote Pillow Speaker with a built-in QWERTY Keyboard compatible with footwall mounted hospital grade TV Media Terminals to accommodate any interactive application requiring keyboard data entry, internet navigation and browsing. The device has 4 modes of operation:

1. TV Remote
2. Audio Pillow Speaker
3. QWERTY Keyboard
4. Computer Mouse

Benefits

Hôpitel's has developed an industry exclusive computer compatible all in one multi-functional hospital grade interactive TV Remote Pillow Speaker with a built-in QWERTY Keyboard compatible with footwall mounted hospital grade TV Media Terminals to accommodate any interactive application requiring keyboard data entry, internet navigation and browsing. The device has 4 modes of operation:

  • Multi-functional with 4 modes used as a TV Remote Control, Audio Pillow Speaker, QWERTY Keyboard and Computer Mouse
  • TV and keyboard toggle switch which easily transfers TV Mode to Keyboard Mode and vice versa with on-screen visual indicator that flashes during transitions
  • TV Mode or Keyboard Mode indicator displayed on-screen in the patient user interface header
  • Permanently installed in-patent room available 24/7, requires no power supply or human resource management
  • Sealed to prevent contamination entering the remote which could spread from one patient to another
  • IP54 Ingress Protection Rated as defined by the IEC standard 60529
  • Reduces the potential risk of infectious fluids or solids settling into the unit where they could be passed from patient to patient
  • Designed and tested for use in an oxygen enriched atmosphere
  • Provides clear sound at the bedside by reducing the ambient noise inside and outside the room
  • Media-Centric color-coded user interface design patterns with easily identifiable quick links
  • Additional audio source integrated with audio input for disposable headphones use