Fan-less Industrial PC’s are ideal for Medical Applications

10th December 2009
Source: Nexcom UK
Posted By : ES Admin
Fan-less Industrial PC’s are ideal for Medical Applications
The number of applications that Nexcom’s popular NISE Series of Fan-less embedded computer systems are able to address, has been expanded with the introduction with two new platforms which are specifically targeted at the healthcare sector.
NISE 3110-M and NISE 3140-M are rugged Fan-less Embedded Computer Systems which incorporate a Medical grade 120W power adapter (EN UL60601-1/UL60601-1). In addition, both platforms incorporate a fan-less design which makes for noise-free/ultra-reliable operation; and are therefore perfect for use in even the quietest of healthcare environments.

The NISE 3110-M Supports the Intel® Core™ 2 Duo /Core™ Duo/ Celeron® M processors, and has a multitude of connectivity options including Dual LAN, 6 x USB, VGA, 3 x RS232 and 1 x RS232/422/485 via DB44 Connector and PCI Expansion. The NISE 3110-M can be utilized as a computing platform within a self-service healthcare kiosk or for a wide variety of general medical computing applications.

For graphic intensive medical applications, Nexcom has developed the NISE 3140-M which is equipped with an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD and powerful Intel® Core™ 2 Duo CPU. As such the NISE 3140-M is perfect for hosting a wide variety of applications including remote video diagnosis, self check-in systems, interactive visual communication and video surveillance.

In addition to medical certification, both platforms retain all the other benefits of a proven industrial computer system including outstanding reliability and long term CPU support.

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