These medical cart computers with hot-swap batteries are designed to be used with non-powered carts. Hot-swap batteries provide up to 21 hours of uptime on a single charge.
Cybernet's latest innovation is the introduction of antimicrobial touch glass on all of our 20", 22", and 24" medical computers. This optional feature is a world's first and will help facilities come into compliance with federal regulations regarding the reduction of HAIs (Hospital Acquired Infections). The technology involved in making our touch glass antimicrobial is FDA approved and was designed specifically to make our medical grade computers safer for patients and clinicians.
With EMR software now nearly ubiquitous in hospitals and healthcare facilities, the touch glass is one of the main surfaces that can harbor and spread the growth of harmful bacteria. Our antimicrobial touch glass, coupled with the antimicrobial properties baked directly into the plastic housing of our medical grade units make Cybernet's medical computers the only fully antimicrobial computers in the world.
In addition to being fully antimicrobial, all of Cybernet's medical grade units are IP65 rated, meaning they can be sprayed down with chemical disinfectants and wiped clean without damaging internal components. With these two features combined, these are the safest computers a healthcare facility can find.
The CyberMed NB series of battery powered medical PCs come in multiple aspect ratios and screen sizes to suit virtually any healthcare application. The NB24 and NB22 feature a large widescreen display with a 1920x1080 full HD resolution. The 16:9 aspect ratio is perfect for modern EMR software to assist with patient charting and other applications.
The NB20 is a 20" device for areas that require a slightly smaller footprint. This unit provides an HD resolution of 1600x900. The widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio can still display modern software applications as intended.
The NB19 is ideal for legacy applications and medical devices. It has a 4:3 aspect ratio perfect for older systems. But unlike older computers, the S19 bridges the gap between legacy equipment and modern technology with its HD 1280x1024 screen resolution and modern design.
Watch this video to see how the unique innovations of the CyberMed NB22 have helped the staff at Barlow Respiratory Hospital spend more time on patient care and less time worrying about IT hardware. The CyberMed NB22 is saving Barlow time and money, and the antimicrobial casing and fanless technology help prevent the spread of disease.
Workstations on wheels have been a staple in healthcare for years. Hot-swap battery technology allows you to pair these devices with a non-powered cart without losing any functionality. The NB24 & NB22 both come with three hot-swap batteries that can provide up to 21 hours of continuous uptime. That's nearly two full 12 hour shifts! The NB20 & NB19 both feature two hot-swap batteries that provide up to 14 hours of runtime - more than enough to power through an entire shift.
When the batteries start to deplete, simply replace them on the fly with a fully charged battery for near 24/7 operability.
Wheel the cart from room to room to do patient charting or share test results without even needing to plug the unit or the cart into a wall outlet to charge. These features increase productivity and lighter carts are much easier for nurses to maneuver reducing strain.
Our medical cart computers are each designed to be a standalone, mobile all-in-one computer that can power itself AND directly power peripherals such as barcode scanners, printers, card readers and more. All NB models offer up to 40 watts of total power through a convenient DC power output jack on the I/O plate.
The CyberMed NB battery powered medical computers can provide a single 5V/9V/12V/20V/24V DC power output with a maximum of 40 watts peak, 26 watts sustained.
Enjoy the freedom of using these medical cart computers and peripherals without ever having to plug in.
While the batteries for the CyberMed NB series can be recharged by plugging the unit into a wall outlet, in order to enjoy the full capabilities of this medical cart computer you should invest in our three-bay battery charging station.
The batteries will charge simultaneously to 100% in less than four hours. Keep batteries charged and ready and you never have to worry about running out of power. Simply replace a depleted battery with a charged one; put the depleted battery in the charger and you are "good to go" in less than a minute.
Because these medical cart computers are used in such close proximity to patients, preventing the spread of germs and other harmful microbes is vital. In addition to being anti-microbial and being IP65 rated for easy disinfection, the CyberMed NB series is engineered with fanless cooling technology.
By using lower power consumption components and fewer internal moving parts in our medical computers, Cybernet is able to utilize fanless cooling technology. By eliminating the fan we eliminate a common source of nosocomial infections (infections spread in a hospital). Traditional fans not only suck in air, but also blow it out. This makes the spread of disease much more likely, especially when nurses are taking a computer from room to room while doing their rounds.
Citrix Ready Endpoint Premium Certification is another extra step taken by Cybernet to ensure customers of our commitment to full compatibility and compliance with all major EHR & EMR applications that run through a Citrix Virtual Environment. In order to receive this certification, this unit has been submitted to Citrix and put through a rigorous testing process in their labs.
In addition, our devices have been certified by Intel labs to the highest and most stringent protocols in design and reliability testing including thermal shock and thermal recycling.
What does all this mean to you? Peace of mind.
Powered carts are expensive. The initial cost is often 5x that of a non-powered cart. The cost of replacing the cart battery is also very expensive. Factor in downtime due to servicing them and the TCO is extremely high.
Compared to the TCO of powered carts, the cost of operation and maintenance of our battery powered medical PCs are much less. Just not having to purchase the powered cart alone is a significant saving.
The hot-swap batteries are durable and safe - they last and let your staff get their job done without distractions, while you no longer spend money on expensive powered carts and their replacement batteries.
Cybernet offers complimentary Tawain telephone support for every product we sell, for as long as you own your product. Unlike other manufacturers, we don't charge you for telephone support after one year.
With an extended warranty, you can add an extra layer of protection to our already industry-leading warranty term. We offer extended warranties for this product: up to 5 years.
Cybernet provides a unique service: Send us the final drive image on a USB key or a DVD media and we'll deploy the image on every all in one medical computer you purchase from Cybernet. Cybernet offers this service free of charge. This help reduce the deployment time when you receive your products from Cybernet. Take them out of the box, plug them in and you are ready to go.
In addition, we store the image on our secure servers so that if you need to return any units for repair or to buy more units, we can image it again.
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