A major difference between standard consumer-grade and medical-grade computers and displays consists of the antimicrobial resins incorporated into their external plastic housings. Medical-grade electronic devices also are completely waterproof (or water-resistant) and feature special electrical and electromagnetic radiation safety ratings. The latter two attributes address spark hazards and eliminate potential interference with sensitive medical monitoring equipment and pacemakers.
Description: Advantech’s PDC-WP240 is a 24” medical display designed for use in critical hospital environments, such as operating rooms and intensive care units. Featuring a high-contrast ratio, wide viewing angle, and gloved operation responsiveness, this IPS display monitor delivers consistent, high-quality images. The monitor also is equipped with a hotkey for switching between DICOM and Gamma calibration.
The entire PDC-WP240 unit is IP54-rated for water and dust resistance, and the true flat front panel design enables easy cleaning with alcohol cleaning agents. Advantech’s PDC series products share the same design aesthetic as its POC series of medical computers. Thus, products from both series can be combined for visual integrity in specific environments. PDC medical monitors can be used as information display and retrieval devices or serve as control panels when integrated with other clinical equipment or mobile medical carts. Furthermore, compared with PDC-W240, PDC-WP240 features an internal AC-in ATX power supply.
Description: Clinicians benefit from a security-enhanced display optimized for patient rooms, nurse stations, medical carts, and public areas with the HP Healthcare Edition monitors. They have an integrated privacy filter and are built for easy, repeatable sanitization with germicidal wipes. The display is IEC 60601-1-2: 2014 compliant for use near patients and staff and the front is IP 324 rated against water ingress.
Comply with HIPAA regulations and protect confidential data with HP’s integrated privacy filter. It deters visual hacks by ensuring that you’re the only one with a direct view of the screen. Create an efficient workspace for high-traffic areas by attaching select HP PCs behind the display for a compact, integrated solution perfect for medical carts or busy and shared spaces like nurse or charting stations. Mountable on a wall or arm with the VESA attachment pattern.
HP Healthcare Edition Monitors
Lefthand image shows the limited field-of-view enabled by HP’s built-in screen privacy function
Description: Clinician Displays – with diagonal screen sizes ranging from 19 to 24 inches, and available options including touchscreen and remote QA management tools, Barco makes the excellent image quality it is renowned for available to healthcare specialists around the hospital. Optimized for image-enabled EMR, these displays provide medical professionals with a solid basis for confident viewing of clinical images and patient information.
Shown: Barco Eonis 24” Clinician Display
Description: 15", 21", or 24" Medical LCD monitor featuring 16:9 aspect ratio widescreen display and optional DICOM Support. PCAP 10-point touch screen, IP65 front panel, IPX1 antimicrobial enclosure, and OSD (on screen display) buttons for power, brightness, and auto tune. With VESA 75 or 100 mounting, this Medical LCD Monitor can be installed to an arm or point-of-care cart in a variety of healthcare environments.
- IEC 60601-1-2 4th Edition Certification – compliant with CDC guidelines for environmental infection control and isolation precautions
- IP65 Front Panel | IPX1 Enclosure – can be sprayed and wiped clean without damaging the internals
- Antimicrobial Enclosure – factory-treated with an antimicrobial additive to battle surface contamination
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