cadet-twin-2x2

Designed with optimal pharmacy efficiency in mind, the Cadet Twin® 2×2 is the only tabletop machine capable of packaging 120 units per minute in 2-by-2 inch package size. Featuring a larger package size to accommodate the wide variety of oral solid sizes, the Cadet Twin® 2×2 is ideal for hospitals with more than 200 beds.

Doubling the packaging rate of single-feed machines, users manually feed the tablets or capsules in the Cadet Twin® 2×2 by placing the medication into twin slots cut into one of nine standard rotating acrylic disk sizes. Custom disk sizes are also available.

A fingerprint reader, pill camera, linear barcode scanner and the Euclid® Vantage Software package are included with purchase. Other accessories such as a 2D barcode scanner and complete system package can be purchased separately.

Other key features include:

  • Linear and 2D barcoding capabilities
  • Incremental numbering capabilities
  • USB connection
  • 300 DPI fade-resistant thermal transfer printing
  • Euclid® Vantage Software, which offers true type fonts, controlled drug symbol, customizable reports, password protection and many other features
  • Accommodates variable package lengths
  • Durable, one-piece cast aluminum frame
  • Servo motor for precision packages
  • Optional auto cutoff feature available for purchase
  • Class A and B packaging to existing
  • Stainless steel tabletop
  • 120 units per minute

Benefits:

  • Cost savings: Save money by packaging bulk medication instead of purchasing pre-packed unit doses from the manufacturer. Use our cost savings calculator* to see exactly how much money you can save using Euclid machines instead of manual dose.
  • Patient safety: Automatic Tallman lettering helps distinguish similarly-named drugs. Other safety measures include the sterile stainless steel tabletop and pill camera for visual verification.
  • Improve operational efficiency: Sensor monitoring system prevents outage and rethreading. Optional programmable auto cutoff feature eliminates the need to manually tear packages.