When you pair this workstation with a Cybernet medical computer, you have mount anywhere flexibility. Pair with our CyberMed S20 medical panel PC and use the additional storage space above for medical supplies.
Another option would be to use a thin client PC in the top storage compartment and power it with our CyberMed NB20 battery-powered medical computer.
If access to AC power simply isn't available, you can mount our CyberMed M12 Power over Ethernet medical PC. All you need is access to a Cat6 cable to power this 12" all-in-one computer.
This wall mounted workstation's flexibility doesn't end there. Because of its shallow depth - just 6.75" - and narrow build, you can mount this in many places that a larger wall cabinet simply won't fit.
Patient privacy is critical, with millions of dollars in fines being doled out every year. This wall mounted workstation has you covered though.
Offering both a keyless and keyed locking mechanism, you can easily secure your medical computer in the cabinet when not in use.
The top storage compartment also features a lock, protecting medical supplies or a thin client that you might be storing up there.
Whether you are running a power cable to one of our medical panel PCs or you are running a power cord from our battery powered medical monitor to a thin client, there is no need to worry about cables getting in the way.
This medical workstation features an advanced cable management system that conceals and organizes wires and cords, hiding the clutter that can oftentimes get in the way of workflow.
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* Listed weight capacity represents total load on Vertical Lift engine, including the monitor and contents of keyboard tray, mouse pouch and scanner holder. Maximum load capacity: monitor pivot = 18 lbs (8.2 kg); CPU compartment = 20 lbs ( 9.1 kg); door/worksurface = 50 lbs (22.6 kg)
† Monitor pans left/right ±5° (based on typical 17" monitor; will vary with monitor size)
Nine inches (229 mm) of vertical adjustment ergonomically accommodates user heights ranging from the 5% female height to the average male height
Slide-out mouse tray includes built-in pad surface
Negative-tilt keyboard tray is adjustable 0° to -10°; folds up flat when stored
Keyboard tray pans left/right up to 120°
Integrated mouse and scanner holders
Cable access openings allow cables to pass through top and bottom of enclosure
CPU compartment is top-vented for maximum CPU heat dissipation
Open-back design allows wall outlets and other ports to be contained within boundary of enclosure
Accommodates most small form factor and ultra small form factor CPUs
Maximum CPU physical dimensions: 13.75" W x 12.75" H x 3.75" D (34.9 x 32.4 x 9.5 cm)
Maximum monitor physical dimensions: 20.7" W x 14.7" H x 2.75" D (52.6 x 37.3 x 7.0 cm)
Mounting Standards: VESA FDMI, MIS-D, 100/75, C (hole pattern: 100 x 100 mm & 75 x 75 mm)
VESA hole pattern should be on center on back of monitor
Plastic/polycarbonate components are compliant with the surface flame spread and smoke development requirements from the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code interior wall finish requirements