Cybernet medical grade monitors are IEC/UL 60601-1 certified safe for near-patient use. Universal VESA mounts allow these medical monitors to be deployed in a variety of applications, such as medical carts, arm-mounted exam room computers, in operating rooms to assist surgeons during surgery or an integrated interface for medical devices. These medical monitors offer high-definition clarity, from 3840x2160 8MP to 1920x1080 LED monitors. Ideal for PACS and robot-assisted surgery, these medical monitors can be equipped with an antimicrobial touch glass to pair with the standard antimicrobial plastic housing, making these the world's first fully antimicrobial medical monitors.
The monitor is often the most overlooked part of any computer setup, but the importance of clear visuals, durable construction, and medical certifications can't be overlooked.
For one, the IP65 rating of Cybernet's medical monitors far outstrips anything found in the consumer field. IP65 stands for "ingress protection," with the "6" standing for particle intrusion protection and the "5" standing for protection from liquids. A "6" for particles means that these medical monitors are completely sealed from dirt and dust. Not only does this help the monitor last longer because it removes the kind of build-up that slows components down, it also cuts off an easy avenue for bacterial intrusion. Bacteria often ride dust, dirt, and skin cells into crooks and cracks, which simply isn't possible with a sealed medical monitor.
The "5" for liquid protection means that medical monitors can take direct jets of water to the front bezel without seeping in or causing damage. This not only prevents random fluid splashes from shorting out the monitor, but more importantly allows for more thorough disinfecting and deep-cleaning. An IP65, sealed medical grade monitor can be scoured with the usual hospital cleaner and wiped down without fear.
Finally, the IEC and UL 60601 certifications mean the medical monitors are safe for patient use, and can thus be used in operating rooms, nursing homes, doctor's offices, and anywhere where medical technology must pass rigorous safety standards.
With different models of medical monitor, Cybernet has created a raft of options that should be able to fit any need.
The LED and 4k LED monitors both have PCAP multi-touch screens, which allow them to be used even through latex gloves. They also both have options for antiglare technology, so these monitors can still put out bright and clear images even in broad daylight. They both come in 16:9 "widescreen" aspect ratio, giving the user a large workspace with plenty of screen real-estate for running multiple applications at once.
An option for hot-swappable batteries means Cybernet medical monitors can, when equipped, run on their own power for up to 16 hours with charging. However, since the batteries are hot-swappable, and all of them don't have to be charged at once to run the monitor, the device can run continuously by simply charging unused battery packs and swapping them out when a battery runs low.
Medical imaging devices are only as useful as the images they can output: even the most sensitive X-ray or MRI loses its effectiveness when displayed on a standard-definition monitor.
Cybernet's high-resolution monitors battle the common problems of interpretive error, creating a crisp display for radiologists and technicians to work with. The 4k, 8-megapixel, ultra-high definition medical monitor is especially well-suited for medical imaging, helping diagnosticians catch small injuries, tumors, and abnormalities that might have otherwise slipped by.
With much of radiology beholden to technical interpretation, Cybernet's newest UHD monitors are giving clinicians more tools at their disposal to improve diagnoses and long-term patient outcomes.