Uprise is compatible with a variety of devices and instruments that are commonly used in an eyecare practice.
This list is constantly being updated and changed. Let us know if you don’t see a device or instrument that you need to use with Uprise and we’ll see if we can get it added.
Uprise is compatible with the following diagnostic equipment:
Although Uprise is compatible with almost any barcode scanner that connects to your computer via a USB connection, we recommend the Datalogic ADC Herron HD3430 scanner. Note that if you want to scan barcodes from labels created from within Uprise, you will need a scanner that can scan 2D barcodes (e.g. QR codes).
Currently Uprise only supports the Zebra GK420D Direct Thermal Printer for barcode printing, but we are working to add additional devices to the list.
Uprise is only compatible with one type of label at this time: the LabTag Optical Frame Direct Thermal Label. You can choose any label color you’d like, but we recommend a white label as it is the easiest to read. When ordering these labels, you will need to select the options below to ensure that everything prints correctly:
You can use any card scanner that creates a PDF or JPEG of the card. You will then be able to attach that file to your patient records.
As long as your scanner can produce a PDF as the output file, you can use it with Uprise. You will simply find the PDF of the documents that you scan and attach them to your patient records.
Any printer that is capable of printing from an Internet browser and is compatible with your computer or device will work. Our only suggestion would be that you get something that supports wireless printing from tablets as well as laptops and computers. You can look for things like AirPrint and Google Cloud Printing compatibility to meet this need.
Photos are attached in Uprise by searching for the file and then uploading it in the system. Because of that, there are no restrictions on what you can use other than that it needs to be able to connect to your device and create a file that you can save locally.