News | June 30, 2008

Cherry Washable Keyboard Helps Protect Against Infection

July 1, 2008 - Cherry Electrical Products’ J84-2800 Series washable keyboard is designed to help control the spread of infections in medical facilities.

Cherry's J84-2800 Series keyboard features a fully-sealed rubber casing rated to NEMA 4, making it suitable for rinsing and total immersion in cleaning fluids, allowing healthcare providers and other users to wash the keyboard with hospital-grade disinfectants and commercial anti-bacterial
Wipes, said the company. It is suitable for areas with strict hygiene demands, such as ORs, medical carts, ward stations, ICRs and dialysis centers, as well as other locations susceptible to cross-contamination.

The J84-2800 features a CLEAN key that disables key functions during the cleaning process to prevent accidental data transfer and ensure infection
control procedures can be carried out without disruption to patient care or costly downtime to system hardware. The keyboard measures 16.7 inches wide by 7.5 inches high and features a 104 key U.S. layout.

For more information: www.cherrycorp.com

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