The UHD 4k medical monitor with the power and clarity to provide useful and highly-detailed medical images.
The world's only FDA-approved antimicrobial touch glass is optional on all 20", 22", and 24" medical-grade monitors.
CyberMed-equipped facilities exceed federal regulations by reducing Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI's). Cybernet's medical-grade monitors are IP65 rated, meant to withstand all chemical disinfectants.
Baking antimicrobial properties directly into the touch glass eliminates one of the main surfaces that spread harmful bacteria in hospitals.
The 8MP Cybernet medical monitor is a medical-grade MVA LED panel with a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160. In the consumer market, this is the equivalent of 4k, one of the best resolutions in the field. This improved resolution and refresh rate creates a clearer picture for technicians, physicians, and surgeons.
Hairline fractures can be missed on standard-definition medical monitors, as can obfuscated ligament or tissue damage from an MRI or ultrasound. Low-resolution scans also create more room for interpretation: when an image is muddy or dark, diagnosis becomes more art than science.
A high-definition medical monitor can reduce interpretive error by simply offering more detail, better lighting, and a clear multi-layered picture of an injury or abnormality.
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3D tomographical scans have become more mainstream because they provide a full multilayered, manipulatable three-dimensional map of the patient's problem area (or their entire body). As these scans grow more accurate, the viewing device becomes the chokepoint: clinicians and techs can only see what the monitor can put out.
Remote surgery and robot-assisted surgery (like the Da Vinci system) can now operate on parts of the anatomy that were once too small or too dangerous to manipulate. The scalpels, forceps, and microlasers involved in these microsurgeries operate on the scale of microns, and require the best possible medical monitors and images to capture maximum detail at that scale.
4k, 8 megapixel medical monitors improve modern imaging techniques and help future-proof any hospital or facility for the technology coming down the road.
Cybernet has engineered two 4k medical monitors, the XB24k and the PX24k.
The PX24k is powered through a traditional power outlet and can be mounted anywhere that has access to DC power, including powered medical carts.
The XB24k employs hot swap battery technology. Powered by 3 lithium-ion batteries, this monitor can be mounted on non-powered carts. These monitors have the ability to power other devices, like a thin client PC or barcodes scanner, making them an efficient cost-saving alternative to powered carts. And because of the hot swap technology, depleted batteries can be swapped out on the fly for fully charged batteries, offering incredible run times.
Batteries on a powered monitor are far cheaper to replace than the battery on a powered cart. They last longer too, meaning you replace them less often at a much lower cost.
The wide viewing angle of this medical monitor means that a team of clinicians can gather around a single monitor and all see the exact same image in 8 megapixel UHD clarity. This helps to not only improve diagnostic accuracy, but also improves patient outcomes.
Cybernet's medical LED monitors are 75/100mm VESA mount compatible, allowing you to place these units virtually anywhere.
They are a perfect compliment to a medical cart and an HDMI port allows them to pair effortlessly with mini rugged PCs or thin client PCs.
Pair this monitor with a Cybernet medical grade computer to enjoy dual display support as well.
Cybernet provides premium U.S.-based sales and technical support. Help with customization and personalized support ensure that you find the right medical computer solution that fits your budget and timeline.
All Cybernet products are backed by industry award-winning U.S. Tech Support and local RMA service in Irvine, California.
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