New Healthcare Scanner DS6707 from Motorola

SCHAUMBURG, Ill - Motorola announced the introduction of it's DS6707, a healthcare specific barcode scanner.

Motorola DS6707-HC redefines patient care

The DS6707-HC imager is specifically designed for hospitals and clinics to automate data capture at the point of care to reduce errors in medication administration, specimen collection, patient admission and dietary management. This multi-use imager combines the functionality of a 1-D and 2-D bar code scanner, digital camera and document scanner in a single device.



This reduces capital and operating expenses by eliminating the purchase, management and support of multiple devices in a healthcare environment. As a result, the DS6707-HC offers the scanning flexibility caregivers need to capture virtually any bar code, image, signature and document.


With best-in-class drop specifications and a hygienic design, the DS6707-HC can withstand the rigors of almost any healthcare environment. The scanner housing is disinfectant-ready, so caregivers can easily wipe down and sanitize the device – without harming the housing – to ensure that germs are not spread across a healthcare environment and to patients. The DS6707-HC also includes a unique aiming pattern to ensure the intended product bar code is captured properly. In addition, the DS6707-HC charging cradle conveniently mounts to medical carts providing additional flexibility to caregivers. The DS6707-HC complements the previously announced DS6878-HC cordless imager, providing a choice of devices to meet the versatile needs of demanding healthcare environments.

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