En-Vision America, Inc.1845 W. Hovey Avenue
Normal, Illinois 61761
Telephone: 800-890-1180 or 309-452-3088.
Products manufactured by En-Vision America, Inc. (listed alphabetically)
I.D. MATE QUEST
The i.d. mate Quest is a voice output bar code reader designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This portable talking bar code scanner provides voice identification of an item by scanning the item's bar code or Universal Product Code (UPC) label. It has a cyclone scanner that can read bar codes without exact positioning. As the user rotates the scanner around the product, it identifies the product and reads the product description aloud in a natural-sounding, synthesized voice. It comes with a database of nearly three million items with a wide variety of product descriptions. Users can add items to the database and record information about the new items or about existing products. Unlimited free database updates are offered by the manufacturer. The user can also record, play, erase, and organize messages in memo mode. There also is a "spell mode" function that provides spelling of names or information. Voice output pitch and speed are adjustable. The i.d. mate Quest's Wi-Fi connectivity and built-in camera offer extended ways for the user to gain information about and connect with their environment. It also features access to Google’s online database, online price check for items, currency identification, Skype video conferencing, international date and time zones, instant software and firmware updates, and an MP3 player. The unit has volume control and an earphone and microphone jack. This small, lightweight handheld unit comes with an adjustable around-the-neck lanyard; carrying case with strap; 100 pre-printed bar code labels; a 8 gigabyte (GB) memory card; and a user's guide on CD. OPTIONS: Additional bar code labels (tag, sticker, iron-on, dishwasher-safe), bar coded playing cards, nano router, headphones, memory cards, and extended warranties are available. POWER: Uses four high-capacity lithium ion batteries or alternating current/direct current (AC/DC) power adapter (included). DIMENSIONS (LxW): 7 x 3 inches. WEIGHT: 7 ounces. WARRANTY: One year.
ScripTalk is a voice output medication label reader designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. It is a portable, handheld electronic device that reads the information contained in the memory of a RFID microchip embedded within the paper label of a pill bottle and speaks that information aloud for the user. ScripTalk is part of a larger system that includes a pharmacy label printer/programmer. When the user of a ScripTalk reader submits a prescription to a pharmacy, the pharmacy uses ScripTalk software and a programming unit to encode the RFID smart label with the printed label information including the patient's name, drug name, dosage, general instructions, warnings, prescription number, the doctor's name, and the pharmacy telephone number. The information is spoken by a voice synthesizer when the label is held within an inch of the ScripTalk reader. The user can navigate the different fields of information to repeat or skip data. ScripTalk patient software also allows the user to access the information in an electronic file format, which can then be converted to Braille or Large Print via a computer and/or Braille display. Other features include an audible low battery indicator, a choice of English or Spanish voice output, tactile buttons that respond with tones or synthesized speech when pressed, an earphone jack for added privacy or amplification, and voice output volume, speed, and pitch control. ScripTalk also features a Spell-It mode option that will spell any needed data such as hard to understand prescription names. OPTIONS: ScripTalk Travel Case with insulated pouches for carrying medicines and a pouch for the ScripTalk station. POWER: Uses two rechargeable AA alkaline batteries, or an alternating current (AC/DC) wall transformer.