Cybernet Announces First Medical Box PC
IRVINE, Calif., Jan. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Cybernet Manufacturing, the world's leader in medical grade computing technology, has just announced their first medical box PC, the CyberMed R6. Engineered to meet the same exacting medical grade standards that their medical panel PCs meet, the CyberMed R6 combines those medical certifications with the tough construction of their mini rugged industrial computers.
The CyberMed R6 has been constructed with industrial grade components and a metal chassis, resulting in an extremely reliable PC. Cybernet Manufacturing reports a less than 2% failure rae in their box PCs, despite being deployed in extremely harsh environments. The CyberMed R6 takes things one step further by incorporating specifications distinctly for healthcare. Fanless cooling has been incorporated into the design, making these units safe for sterile environments like an operating room. The CyberMed R6 has also been independently tested and certified to meet the stringent UL/cUL and IEC 60601-1 standards for electromagnetic and radiation emissions.
"We've offered a diverse line of medical grade computers and tablets for over a decade, so the next natural progression was to introduce medical box PCs to our product line," said Ali Bagheri, Sr. VP of Global Operations. "We worked directly with healthcare groups to design a PC that met a number of use cases, and we're excited to finally be able to release our newest model."
The CyberMed R6 is a compact medical box PC measuring 7.96" x 7.67" x 2.28" and weighs just 5.2 pounds. A variety of optional mounting brackets allows you to mount this unit nearly anywhere while staying out of site and out of the way. It is powered by Intel's 9th generation core processor.
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