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IBASE UMT-7211 Medical Panel PC Wins Taiwan Excellence 2018

Published: Oct 03,2017

TAIPEI, Taiwan – IBASE Technology announced that its UMT-7211 medical panel PC has won the 2018 Taiwan Excellence award delivered by the Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan. This is the second award for UMT-7211, following the recognition from COMPUTEX d&i awards 2017.

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The awarded UMT-7211 is a 21.5" versatile medical panel PC is designed for hospital patient information systems to provide clinical data, medical records management, or simply infotainment. This full-flat multi-touch fanless panel PC has IP65 and IP54 protection against particles and water, an optional battery supporting at least 20 minutes operating time needed for system data backup in case of power interruption and capacitive control keypads for power and brightness/volume settings. Supporting 90V~240V AC voltage and isolated Ethernet, the unit has extra I/Os and a PCI-E (x4) expansion slot to connect to customer-desired peripherals.

The UMT-7211 supports the 7th/6th Generation Intel Core i5-6300U/7300U processors and can be conveniently installed in patient rooms, wards, nursing stations or lounges. It has a borderless design, an easy-to-read display and a responsive touch interface. Its sealed and liquid-resistant enclosure allows it to be easily cleaned and ensures continuous system operation.

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