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Tutela Launches Genesis II - Next Generation Wireless Medical Monitoring System
Date:7/11/2013

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) July 11, 2013

Targeted at all medical, scientific, healthcare and research institutions, the Genesis II wireless medical monitoring system comprises a new range of sensor transmitters that communicate with a Tutela Wireless Alarm Repeater Panel (WARP) via Tutela's self-healing T-Mesh network to create the most complete, robust, flexible and future-proof solution for remote monitoring in medical and scientific facilities.

T-Mesh is the latest Tutela development in networking, where the wireless network is able to heal itself using intelligent repeater modules so that if there is any glitch, a wireless sensor module simply finds an alternative signal path to the WARP panel.

The Tutela WARP is a wall-mounted panel that provides all the information needed from the monitoring system at a glance. Displaying the data from up to 254 sensors connected via wireless transmitter modules, any deviation from any sensor in the system is flagged in red for immediate action on a large easy to read LCD color display.

Being entirely web-based and wireless, Tutela Genesis II installation is non-intrusive with minimal local IT integration or support needed. The WARP and transmitter models are all designed to be discretely wall mounted and, with the ability of the Tutela wireless repeater modules to seek the optimum signal paths, Tutela is simply the easiest remote monitoring and alarming system to install and maintain.

Genesis II can operate standalone or, connected to a LAN can be interrogated via an intuitive web interface. And being web-based, electronic records are securely accessible 24/7 anywhere in the world on any device able to support a web-browser through the Tutela GUI.


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