I was a little nervous before I bought this about how well it would actually work, but it actually worked perfectly!! I move around and pace a lot while working so I took the dive to invest in this receiver just to make my life easier and I'm so glad I did.
Philips ACC4100/00 AirBridge Wireless Receiver for SpeechOne and SpeechMike Premium Air
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Full mobility without compromises
Desktop dictation made mobile
The Philips ACC4100/00 AirBridge Wireless Adapter is the ideal companion when working on the go. Use your SpeechMike Premium Air Wireless Dictation Microphone and SpeechOne Wireless Dictation Headset, even without the docking station. Simply plug in the adapter into a USB slot and instantly benefit from lossless audio transmission. Despite its compact size, the adapter offers you the same lossless audio transmission technology as the docking station.
| Lossless transmission
for excellent recordings which capture every word
for free movement without compromising recording quality
for quick switching between workstations
for maximum freedom and convenience
Lossless transmission for excellent recordings which capture every word
The patented lossless audio transmission technology offers a level of quality which is unattainable by headsets based on Bluetooth or DECT technology. The cutting edge technology ensures every word is captured from the moment you press record. A warning signal notifies the author when moving out of the wireless range.
Easy pairing for quick switching between workstations
After a short 3-second initial pairing, automatic re-connection allows you to seamlessly switch between the docking station and your AirBridge. This makes it even easier and more convenient to get up and move away from your desk and dictate on the go. The green and red colored light indicates whether you are connected or not.
Full mobility for free movement without compromising recording quality
AirBridge Wireless Adapter allows you to freely move around and pace whilst working. You can move up to 5 meters (16 feet) away from your workstation, and your recordings are safely transmitted to your computer in highest quality, without any interruptions.
Compact design for maximum freedom and convenience
The compact design of the adapter makes it fit perfectly into your pocket, so it can easily be taken along anywhere you go. It is the ideal accessory to your docking station, giving you maximum freedom and flexibility for your working day.
Technology: 2.4 GHz ISM Band
Maximum range: up to 5 m / 16 ft (in clear view)
USB: type A
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Power consumption: 200 mW
Compliant to 2011/65/EU (RoHS)
Lead-free soldered product
Certifications: CE, FCC, C-Tick (Australia and New Zealand)
Temperature: 5° – 45° C / 41° – 113° F
Humidity: 10 % – 90 %
Product dimensions and weight
Dimensions: 34 × 18 × 9 mm / 1.4 × 0.7 × 0.4 in
Weight: 45 g / 16 oz
AirBridge Wireless Adapter
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The AirBridge is an excellent tool and makes using the Philips SMP4000 SpeechMike a breeze. We're really mobile with our laptops and take them in the room with patients so not having to carry around the docking station makes a huge difference! We highly recommend the AirBridge!
I've been using the AirBridge for the past month and the results have been phenomenal. It was very easy to pair and has remained paired despite me switching between the AirBridge and my cradle attached to my laptop docking station at home. The reception seems to be better. With the cradle, I would occasionally get a vibration from a connection issue every so often (three to four times per shift) for a split second. I'm sure it was interference from our massive telemetry network. Working in the fifth busiest ER in the nation, we have a lot of monitors that have wireless connectivity so that a patient can be in a CT scanner and their vital signs are still displayed on the monitor screen in their now vacant room and simultaneously in our telemetry monitoring station. The AirBridge has not had a single episode of interference during the entire month I've been using it. The reception has been great. I once kept dictating while walking from the doctor's area to the pharmacy area (about 20 feet away) and came back to find that DMPE4 did not miss a single word. This was through a thick wall. Several physicians in my group dictate. Some have the AirBridge and some still use the cradle. We can be sitting beside each other and dictate simultaneously without interference. Initially, I was skeptical of the SpeechMike’s battery life since I didn't have a cradle to dock the microphone into during my shift. With power settings set to never go to sleep and never power off, I was able to get two full shifts (10 hours each) out of the microphone before the red light came on indicating a low battery. I had been skeptical of changing the settings because Citrix (which we must use to connect to Epic) likes to grab hold of any USB device that is unmounted and is remounted. So, if the microphone became disconnected and then was reconnected, Citrix would mount it over the network and not allow the laptop to mount it locally. I thought if the microphone went to sleep, whenever it awakened it would be mounted by Citrix. This turned out to not be the case. I set the sleep mode timer to 10 minutes and the power off timer to 2 hours. Despite several busy shifts, I was able to go 4 shifts without the red light coming on. I started to push it further, but feared the dreaded overnight shift that was coming up and not being able to dictate. I finally caved in and charged it. I probably dictate about 10-15 minutes each hour during my 10-hour shift. The sleep mode definitely extends the battery life, and to my surprise, Citrix hasn't mounted the microphone a single time. The microphone awakens very quickly when you pick it up. It will awaken if someone bumps into the counter. It only takes a few milliseconds for it to reconnect -- I literally pick it up and immediately start dictating without it missing anything. Charging the microphone takes a few hours sitting on the cradle. You can plug a micro USB cable to the microphone for faster charging and for charging without the cradle if necessary. I highly recommend the ACC4100. You definitely will not regret your decision.