Clinicians were coming to collect the devices for their shift and the device would lose all battery before the shift was over.
This was creating a severe loss of time and meant staff had to remove the charging cables, so they could charge their device on the move around different wards.
As a result, cables quickly became lost or damaged and would need replacing on a monthly basis at a cost of £15 per cable. With over 700 devices throughout the hospital, The Ipswich hospital needed to find a solution that would not only charge the devices to their full capacity but also protect the cables at the same time.
Tomasz Segieniewicz, Senior Desktop Support Specialist, worked with LapCabby and secured a 2 week trial to identify which of our units would be best for charging their devices in full, every time and ensuring cables are kept safe, secure inside the unit.
The DeskCabby solves all of these problems. With intelligent charge built in as standard, devices not charging to their full capacity are a thing of the past. The battery life will also be protected as they will only ever receive the correct amount of power to charge them, which means there’s no under or over charging. LED lights indicate whether the device is charging, charged or syncing so clinicians can quickly identify which device is ready to go.
USB cables are connected in the rear locked charging compartment and fed through individual channels to the front device storage compartment, keeping the cables and USB ports safe from damage. No third party cables are necessary because of these safety measures. The original cables can be used and secured to ensure optimal charging efficiency.
“The DeskCabby keeps our devices and cables safe and secure. It’s the best product we’ve had! The trial period gave me complete confidence in the product and I knew it was the perfect solution. I have now stopped spending money on extra cables and they never go missing and the lifetime warranty was a fantastic surprise. I would recommend this charging cabinet to anyone.” explained Tomasz.