No need for a traditional power outlet. Facilities deploy this device where running conduits and AC power line isn't an option.
The CyberMed M12 is an extremely unique medical computer in that it can be powered over Ethernet — also known as an 8P8C connector, the traditional and most widespread network hardline cable. While this device can be powered through a traditional outlet, the ability to power the device over an ethernet connection makes this device much more versatile.
In order to accomplish this, Cybernet uses low power consumption components and fanless cooling technology. This not only saves on electricity, but cuts down on the amount of moving parts, thus extending the life of the device. The fanless technology allows the CyberMed M12 to go anywhere, including in the operating room while still maintaining the sterile field.
But the low power draw doesn't mean this healthcare computer can't get the job done. The CyberMed M12 features a powerful Intel Bay Trail Quad Core processor, up to 8GB of RAM, and stunning integrated Intel HD graphics that accommodate modern healthcare applications.
The M12 can be easily placed on a wall mount, an arm mount, or a medical cart.
Because it can be powered over Ethernet, you aren't limited to mounting the CyberMed M12 next to a power outlet. Anywhere that is wired with Cat6 is a potential place to mount this unit.
The M12 has 4 USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI out port, two LAN ports, and an RS-232 port for maximum adaptability. These features allow the CyberMed M12 to power multiple peripherals including keyboards, mice, custom scanners, and other USB devices.
An optional integrated RFID reader can be added to the unit for secure single sign on, facilitating multi-factor authentication or easy-to-use RFID badges or chits. You can even add a fingerprint scanner and smart card reader to the device to achieve the same effect.
The M12 can be mounted at a registration desk without needing to be plugged into an AC outlet, allowing patients to check in or register, eliminating the need for paper processes and double entry. The antimicrobial housing will also help prevent the spread of germs from one patient to the next.
The unit can also be mounted bedside in a patient room and used as a patient infotainment device. And because of its small footprint it can easily be moved out of the way when doctors or nurses are doing examinations.
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