ORIGINAL TEDCUBE WITH AUXILIARY DISPLAY
Hardware dimensions (L x H x W) 268 x 95 x 258 mm
Weight 5.0 KG
Graphics 1xHDMI 1x Display Port
High Definition Audio
Ports USB 3.0 x 4
LAN Support 1 x Gigabit
Hardware testing at CEMITEC Tech Center:
UNE – EN 55024
UNE – EN 55022
UNE – EN 60950
UNE – EN 61000-3-3
FCC Rules and Regulations in AT4
Medical grade wireless power adapter supplied:
2 x MOPP
IEC / EN 60601-1
TEDCUBE MEDICAL GRADE TOUCH SCREEN PC
All-in-one medical grade touch screen
21.5″ TedCube panel with durable LED backlighting
Multitouch – 10 finger – glove
Operating resolution 1920 x 1080
Stand-alone or attachable to surgical arm
VESA 75/100 surgical arm
Dimension (L x H x W) 540 x 375 x 78 mm
Weight 7.0 KG
IP protection class
IP65 – front side, IP52 – rear side
Loudspeaker 2x 1.5 watt polypropylene loudspeaker
2x Display port output, 2x Analog audio, 2x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0, 2x RJ45 LAN, 1xCOM -RS232, 1xCom-RS232 / RS422 / RS485
EN 60601-1-2: 2007, EN 60601-1: 2006, EN60950, CE, RoHS
FCC Rules and Regulations on AT4Wireless
Medical grade power adapter included
- TedCube is not classified as a medical device / no FDA or EMA approval is required.
- Resolution of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
- The technology itself does not perform any action on patient data, nor does it add any new data processing or analysis functionality.
- Patent pending to be granted to TedCas by the European Patent Office (EPO).
- TedCube is Class I compliant for medical devices, complying with 21 CFR Part 820 quality system regulations.
TedCube wireless receivers simply connect to your medical workstation via a USB port. For alternative connection options, contact email@example.com.
The standard TedCube package is supplied with one wireless receiver. For simultaneous control of multiple devices, additional receivers can be supplied.
- Compatible with both TedCube options
- Plug & Play
- OS compatible: Windows, Linux, MacOS
- USB connection (power and data)
- Wireless communication
- Secure communication
- Multi-device control
TedCube is compatible with all well-known sensors on the market.
Based on customer feedback, we have focused on the most popular options.
However, we are happy to work with a sensor of your choice.
The standard TedCube package comes with 1 Plantronics microphone and 1 gesture sensor.
The Myo bracelet is a gesture recognition device. It allows the surgeon to control the technology wirelessly through hand movements. Electromyographic (EMG) sensors that detect electrical activity in the forearm muscles combine with a gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetometer to recognize gestures. The Myo bracelet is worn under the surgeon’s sterile gown on the upper forearm near the elbow. A great combination with voice recognition.
Can be cleaned with a sterile wipe. Water resistant medical grade steel sensor pads.
The Leap Motion controller is a small USB peripheral device that is placed facing upwards on a physical surface. Using two monochrome IR cameras and three infrared LEDs, the device observes an approximately hemispherical area.
The Leap Motion can detect hand movements up to approximately 1 meter. This is a suitable option for surgeons who do not want to wear a bracelet or microphone and can easily access the sensor without interrupting their surgery.
The BlasterX Senz3D is an intelligent webcam. Like a human eye, it detects depth and tracks human movement. It has three lenses to capture visual data: an RGB camera, an infrared camera and a laser projector. By capturing that visual data, these lenses work together with Intel® RealSense ™ technology to respond to your facial expressions and body gestures. This is an excellent option for surgeons who don’t want to wear a bracelet or microphone and can stand within 0.5 to 3.5 feet of their control screen.
The Plantronics Voyager Legend UC is a state-of-the-art technology that utilizes precision-tuned triple microphones with enhanced DSP for superior noise cancellation. Its PC Wideband offers enhanced voice clarity, providing the best possible audio quality. The system is well suited for the OR environment, allowing the surgeon to confidently use voice commands without worrying about background noise or conversation.