Dornoch's unique technology safely collects and disposes of infectious fluids and then disinfects the reusable cylinders which reduces employee exposure and risks to the environment. The QTERM-G72 allows the surgical staff to safely control the collection and disposal of infectious fluids in operating rooms and medical facilities.
"We chose the QTERM-G72 over other terminals because we needed an extremely reliable terminal with a large, high resolution touch screen display, strong processor and low radio frequency emissions," said Larry Smith, Director of Research and Development for Dornoch Medical Systems. "The QTERM-G72 matches up perfectly with our fluid equipment and offers easy programmability and control."
The QTERM-G72 features a 7" (177 mm), 800 x 480 pixel, LED lighted TFT-LCD display, resistive touch screen, 10/100Base-T Ethernet, Atmel® ARM-9 processor and two serial ports. Qlarity® object-based programming language and design environment is included at no additional charge. The QTERM-G72 is IP66 and NEMA-4X rated.
"QSI was excited to take on the challenge of designing a terminal that met Dornoch's strict medical requirements and specifications," said Bill Woahn, QSI Corporation's Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "We are pleased that the QTERM-G72 proved to be the perfect solution for Dornoch's innovative fluid management system."