JAOtech presents new line of LED displays

By Kyle Hardy
12:08 PM
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JAOtech, a global manufacturer of bedside smart terminals for hospitals, has launched unveil a new range of large screen ultra-thin medical LED TVs.

The new line of displays feature an integrated computer designed for healthcare applications such as patient entertainment and clinical access. The Onix range, in 32” and 40” sizes, will be launched at Medica Wold Forum for Medicine in Dusseldorf in November.

The new JAOtech Onix Smart LED TVs share many features. JAOtech officials said the product is designed specifically for the medical environment with an IP rated waterproof screen tested against hospital cleaning agents. The fan-less embedded computer uses Intel Atom processor technology providing that supports full high definition 1080p resolution. The 32” model is ultra thin at 22 mm thickness and weighs just 14.5 kg. The Onix range is compatible with JAOtech’s Wyki wireless keyboard, and is supplied with a newly developed gesture remote control, another first for the healthcare sector.
 
JAOtech will also present at Medica new additions to the range of smart terminal accessories including the Arcos 8250 multimedia wall box. Officials said the unit provides wireless LAN and Ethernet connections, with the expectation of allowing patients and hospital staff to use their own laptops on the ward alongside the terminals.

In addition, officials said game consoles can be connected. The USB and SD card ports mean users can load personal music and photo files for viewing or listening on the terminals without the security risk of plugging straight into the terminal.
 
A new range of bedside cabinet mounted arms are also being introduced, JAOtech officials said. The Arcos 9000/9100 range is designed for projects where ceiling or wall mounted arms cannot be installed or a degree of flexibility is required for terminal positioning. The new arms are fitted to a bedside cabinet that can be wheeled around the bedside.

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