Designed from the ground up
The ST-185B is part of the first complete system for interactive patient care. This bedside terminal has been designed from the ground up to ensure perfect operation with the AC-AR05 arm. It has been built with advanced materials (aluminum) and features modern, slim-line aesthetics, making it the most innovative system on the market. The 18.5" Smart Terminal features superb ergonomics and benefits for every stakeholder:
If you're a clinician:
Access electronic medical records (EMR) quickly and efficiently, thanks to:
-an innovative 'tilt' function to put the screen in the perfect typing position (no separate keyboard required)
-industry-leading digital access technology (via HID Dual Frequency RFID readers)
If you're an integrator:
Reduce cost of installation thanks to:
-a unique locking pin in the mounting arm
-a quick docking connection to the terminal
If you're a patient:
-rotate the screen for more comfort or tilt it to view it when lying down
Fit for clinical use
Barco's ST-185B Smart Terminal is fanless and constructed with antibacterial materials. Combined with its wipe-down design, it is easy to clean and disinfect, which helps to control the spread of infections. It has been specifically developed for use in a medical environment, complying with both EU and US medical safety standards.
Why you'll love Barco's Smart Terminals
- Smart Terminals are extremely reliable - with a failure rate of less than 0.3%
- Hardware, software and accessories are designed to work together to ensure 100% integration
- Smart Terminals are available with screen sizes ranging from 15” to 18.5”
- Barco is a leader in interactive patient care with more than 100,000 Smart Terminals used worldwide.
More than a TV...
The Smart Terminals are an integral part of Barco's CareConnex solution for interactive patient care. CareConnex offers a wide variety of services, such as TV, radio, films, games, meal ordering, feedback surveys and nurse service calls.
CareConnex improves patient well-being, comfort, and satisfaction while providing clinicians with secure access to electronic medical records (EMR), patient archiving and communication systems (PACS), and the hospital information system (HIS) - all at the patient bedside.