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Powering your peripherals directly from the Cybernet NB series All-in-One Computers!

Power your Peripherals Directly from the Medical Computer!
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 printers, scanners, card readers and more. With the optional DC power output, both models offer up to 60 watts of total power through a convenient DC power output jack on the I/O coastline.
The CyberMed NB22 or CyberMed NB24 can provide a single 9V/12V/20V/24V DC power output with a maximum of 60 watts at a given time.
Enjoy the freedom of using the cart, computer, and peripherals without ever having to plug in.
These are the only medical computers currently available on the market that offer the unique feature of powering peripherals directly from the computer.

Question: Can I power multiple devices?
Answer: Yes, but only if:

1) The devices are the same input voltage.
2) The total power consumption of all the devices is less than 60 watts of DC power.

Question: How many units can I connect?
Answer: Theoretically a lot! As long as the two conditions above are met, one could have a breakout cable for multiple devices.

Question: What kind of plug comes out of the NB22/24?
Answer: It is a barrel DC output jack. Think of a laptop power adapter. The other end of the cable that connects to the end device will be custom made for each application.
Note: Please check the peripheral power requirements before plugging it into the CyberMed NB22 or CyberMed NB24 to prevent damage or injury. A peripheral requiring over 60 watts of power should not be plugged into our medical cart computers. If you have questions about what devices can be plugged into these computers, please contact us.



Power your Peripherals Directly from the Medical
Computer
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 printers,
scanners, card readers and more. Both models offer up to 60 watts of total power
through a convenient DC power output jack on the I/O coastline.
The CyberMed NB22 or CyberMed NB24 can provide a single 9V/12V/20V/24V DC
power output with a maximum of 60 watts at a given time.
Enjoy the freedom of using the cart, computer, and peripherals without ever having to
plug in.
These are the only medical computers currently available on the market that offer
the unique feature of powering peripherals directly from the computer.
Note: Please check the peripheral power requirements before plugging it into the CyberMed NB22 or
CyberMed NB24 to prevent damage or injury. A peripheral requiring over 60 watts of power should not be
plugged into our medical cart computers. If you have questions about what devices can be plugged into
these computers, please contact us.