Medical Computers Transform Mobile Workstations

Cybernet Manufacturing, offers true PC mobility to healthcare with its Medical All-in-One Computers that power themselves and the connected peripherals. The CyberMed NB24 is a 24" all-in-one medical computer powered by three hot-swap batteries, a lightweight build ideal for non-powered medical carts. The CyberMed NB series are standalone mobile computers that power themselves and directly power relevant peripherals such as barcode readers, printers, scanners and more.

 

Models offer up to 60W of power through a dc-power output jack on the I/O coastline. A point of care team can use the non-powered cart, medical computer, and peripherals without ever having to plug in and hot-swap technology lets medical staff change batteries without powering off the device.

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Complete with a fingerprint reader, internal RFID, and Imprivata SSO, the CyberMed NB series feature three batteries that last up to a total of 16 hours – full shift. Learn more at https://www.cybernetman.com

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