The CyberMed M Series is a unique medical computer that can be powered over Ethernet so there's no need for a traditional power outlet. This allows facilities to deploy these devices where running conduits and AC power isn't an option.
The CyberMed M series is an extremely unique line of medical computers in that they can be powered over Ethernet. While these devices can be powered through a traditional outlet, the ability to power them over an Ethernet connection makes this device much more versatile.
The PoE medical computer's low power draw doesn't mean this healthcare computer can't get the job done. The CyberMed M series features a powerful Intel Quad Core processor, up to 8GB of RAM, and stunning integrated Intel HD graphics that accommodate modern healthcare applications.
We had worked with Cybernet before on our North Tower project, which was a huge success. Based on that relationship, it was really easy to put our trust in Cybernet for our cart project and anesthesia project. We couldn't be happier with the early results.
-J.S., IS Project Coordinator
Orlando Health Regional Medical Center
Because of their compact size and PoE functionality, the CyberMed M series are perfect for patient monitoring systems like Epic Monitor. The VESA mount capability & true POE functionality allows you to deploy these units outside of a patient room without the need for a power outlet, providing caregivers with a clear indication of any special needs a patient may have, like dietary restrictions or if they are a fall risk.
When mounted inside a patient room, on a wall mount these units can also double as a patient infotainment device or to do patient charting at the bedside.
Just because these are PoE Medical Computers doesn't mean that we skimp on the optional integrated features that Cybernet is known for. Modern ports, like our 4 USB 3.0 ports, as well as legacy ports, like RS-232 ports, allow for maximum flexibility when integrating these devices with other medical hardware.
Optional RFID, smart card, and fingerprint scanners can be added to the M series for secure single sign-on. An integrated barcode scanner is also available to further expand the functionality of these units.
By using lower power consumption components and fewer internal moving parts in our PoE medical computer, Cybernet is able to utilize fanless cooling technology. This means the computer doesn't kick up dust or suck it in, has no moving part which gives it a longer life, and operates quietly so it doesn't cause a disruption to the environment.
Cybernet offers complimentary U.S. 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 free imaging. 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.
At Cybernet, we provide premium U.S.-based sales and technical support. We're always here to help you with customization and personalized support to 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.
Cybernet operates globally with operations in the U.S., U.K., Taiwan, China & Australia.
PoE stands for Power over Ethernet, and it refers to a low power consuming computer that uses an Ethernet cable to deliver both data and power. PoE medical computers tend to be lightweight and more reliable due to the fact that they get their power from the network instead of a separate power source. That means that even in the case of a power outage it will stay on if the network switch has a redundant (backup) power system like a generator.
Medical PoE computers come in handy in hospitals especially when there are no outlets to connect computers to. One scenario involves the computers mounted on the wall outside patients' rooms. It's rare to find outlets outside, and having cables hanging on the wall doesn't elevate the hospital image. A good way to avoid an expensive electrical rewiring is running an Ethernet cable to power the computer and transfer data at the same time.
PoE medical computers are also known to be much more efficient, sometimes drawing up to 50% less power compared to a normal all-in-one computer. On average a medical PoE computer consumes less than 50 watts while a standard AIO could consume up to 85 watts. With the amount of computers in a hospital, that can add up to a lot of energy savings.
Huge hospitals, like University of Wisconsin Hospital, have turned to PoE medical computers for their convenience and ease of installation. These PCs work great for patient monitoring and as a way to provide quick data to the nurses responsible.