What's In Your Vocera Badge Repair Toolkit? Here's what's in mine.

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on May 8, 2008

I never go to a Vocera client site without the following in my tool bag:

  • Vocera repair kit
  • Goo Gone (or similar adhesive remover/cleaner)
  • Napkins/tissues for applying the Goo Gone
  • Paper clip or tweezers for removing pieces of broken battery clip from the grooves
  • Super glue in case of broken plastic
  • A couple of toothpicks – for applying glue
  • Fine-point permanent marker (for writing the badge label info next to the bar code under the battery)
  • Pencil eraser (for removing the aforementioned handwritten label if necessary)
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