Mobile Devices

The terminal runs a cut down version of the main Pro-curo software connected via USB cradle and/or 802.11 wireless network (Pro-curo ENT only)
You can get the following features from using our portable terminal:

· Allows users to replace paper note taking

· Offers the following main functions

· View sample

· Move Sample

· Book in/out sample

· Dispose of sample

· Auditing


Our portable terminal can be supplied with either an integrated 2D datamatrix barcode or RFID reader which you can select depending on your chosen method of Identification, which could be a printed barcode label (using an approved barcode printer), a pre-etched barcode already on your vial or a vial with a unique RFID tag embedded in its base.


Pro-curo is also compatable with hand held barcode scanners, these can be used to scan barcodes directly in to the system.

CR1000 Scanner 

 The Code Reader 1000 (CR1000) is a compact barcode reader that takes up limited work space without compromising barcode reading performance. The patented dual-field optical platform of the Reader 1000 (CR1000) allows users to scan both wide barcodes and very small barcodes with the same device. 

CR1400 Scanner

The innovative design of the Reader 1400 (CR1400) makes it one of the smallest, most durable bar code readers on the market today. Whether it is being used in a healthcare, retail, or other high-use environments, the Reader 1400 (CR1400)’s dual-field optical platform, allows users to read both wide and very small bar codes with the same device. In addition, the Reader 1400 (CR1400) features Code’s glare reduction technology for reading bar codes printed on shiny surfaces. In retail applications, bar codes printed on items such as bottles, pre-packaged food products, and shiny cans can be easily ready. In addition, coupons on mobile phones can be read in a snap, without slowing down the checkout process. In healthcare applications, the Reader 1400 (CR1400) can scan all standard bar codes throughout your facility by including difficult to read codes found on items such as syringes, IV bags, and items with extra plastic wrapping.