One in Telemedicine

One and Telemedicine Videoconferencing Systems

Thinklabs One connects to almost any communications platform, including PCs, Macs, iPads, and other mobile devices. The direct analog audio output allows One to be used as a simple external microphone for any ...

Telemedicine Demos and Evaluation Devices

Thinklabs does offer a Free Demo Program for Telemedicine customers. In this case, the evaluation period is 30 days, and we stay in touch with you during that time to answer questions that arise and assist with...

Bluetooth and One

Thinklabs One can be connected to an external Bluetooth transmitter via a short cable. The Bluetooth transmitter can then be paired with Bluetooth devices, like wireless headphones or speakers. There is no bui...

Using a USB audio device for videoconferencing

For telemedicine videoconferencing, you can connect The Thinklabs One to any USB audio device. While the computer's built-in audio input or headset can work well, the quality of audio varies between computers. ...

Connecting to VSee for telemedicine

To connect the Thinklabs One to VSee videoconferencing for telemedicine applications, please follow the instructions below. 1. We recommend connecting the stethoscope via a USB audio device, such as...

Connecting to Polycom for telemedicine

Polycom provides excellent stethoscope audio when using Group Series hardware with Thinklabs One. This has been tested Group Series to Group Series, and Group Series (stethoscope connection) to Real Presence We...

Connecting to Zoom for telemedicine

To connect Thinklabs One to a computer for a Zoom videoconference, we suggest using the Audio Technica ATR2USB audio device. Then, follow the instructions attached: