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Step into the world of digital medical technology with our "MEDICAL PANEL PC" booth, which brings together a wide range of these all-in-one computers specially designed for the healthcare sector. From clinics to laboratories, hospitals to medical practices, we have the digital solutions to transform your care processes.
Discover medical panel PCs, rugged and reliable computers designed to withstand the unique challenges of medical environments. Offering uncompromising performance, these machines feature easy-to-use touchscreens, disinfection-resistant components, and ergonomic designs to ensure seamless operation.
Choose from a variety of models to suit your specific needs: whether you need a panel PC for a point of care, an operating room, or laboratory use, our merchant partners have what you need. Furthermore, the products offered at our booth comply with strict medical standards to ensure maximum safety and reliability.


A Medical Panel PC is an all-in-one computer specifically designed for healthcare environments. Featuring an integrated touchscreen display and a housing that is resistant to fluids and disinfection, this type of computer offers the ruggedness and reliability required for settings such as hospitals, clinics, medical practices, and laboratories.
Medical Panel PCs stand out for their compliance with stringent safety and health standards. They are typically certified to withstand electromagnetic interference and adhere to hygiene standards with their easy-to-clean surface. Additionally, they are often compatible with various medical software, facilitating the management of health data.
In terms of technical specifications, Medical Panel PCs offer a range of configurations to cater to various needs. Powerful processors, sufficient memory, adequate storage options, and a variety of connectivity ports are among the features you can find in these machines.
Finally, the use of Medical Panel PCs can bring a multitude of advantages to a healthcare facility. Smoother processes, improved management of health data, more intuitive interaction with computer systems, and overall enhancement of the quality of care are all potential benefits associated with the use of these dedicated computers.

What are the different types of medical panel PCs?

Medical Panel PCs come in several types, designed to meet different needs in healthcare environments. Here are the most common types:

Mobile Medical Panel PCs

These computers are mounted on a mobile cart, allowing medical staff to easily move them from one patient to another or from one room to another. They are often powered by a battery for uninterrupted use.

Wall-Mounted Medical Panel PCs

These models are designed to be mounted on a wall or another fixed surface, freeing up floor space. They are ideal for places where space is limited or for specific applications such as in operating rooms.

Desktop Medical Panel PCs

As the name suggests, these Panel PCs are intended to be used on a desk or table. They are typically more compact and can be used in medical offices, nursing stations, or laboratories.

Integrated Medical Panel PCs

These computers are designed to be integrated into other medical equipment, such as dialysis machines or imaging systems.

Standards and certifications for medical panel PCs

To ensure safe and effective use in healthcare environments, Medical Panel PCs must comply with a number of standards and certifications.

Cleaning and disinfection requirements

Medical Panel PCs are designed to meet strict cleaning and disinfection standards. The housing is often splash-resistant and easy to clean to prevent the spread of microbes. Some models even feature antimicrobial protection to further reduce the risk of infection.

Electrical safety and electromagnetic immunity standards

To ensure safe use in medical environments, Medical Panel PCs must comply with certain standards. This includes electrical safety standards, such as the IEC 60601-1 standard, which pertains to the essential safety and performance of electrical medical devices. Additionally, they must be immune to electromagnetic interference, which could affect their performance or that of other nearby medical devices.

Compatibility certification with medical software

Many Medical Panel PCs are certified to be compatible with commonly used medical software. This ensures that these computers can effectively integrate with healthcare information systems, facilitate the management of electronic medical records, and support other essential applications.

Key features of a medical panel PC

The key features of a medical panel PC revolve around its ruggedness, high performance, ease of use, and connectivity:

  1. Design and materials: A medical panel PC is designed with a focus on ruggedness and durability. The housing is typically made from antimicrobial material that is splash-resistant and easy to clean to meet hygiene standards. Additionally, it is often designed to be fanless, minimizing distractions in a medical environment.
  2. Technical specifications: The technical specifications of medical panel PCs typically include a powerful processor, adequate RAM, and internal storage options ranging from traditional hard drives to faster and more durable SSDs. These specifications enable the device to efficiently handle computationally intensive tasks commonly encountered in healthcare environments.
  3. Display and user interface: The screens of these computers are typically touch-enabled, providing easy and intuitive interaction for medical staff. They are also designed to be readable even under bright lighting conditions, and some models offer anti-glare functionality. The user interface is often compatible with commonly used medical software.
  4. Connectivity and ports: Medical panel PCs offer a variety of ports to connect with other medical devices and networks. These may include USB ports, Ethernet, HDMI, and sometimes wireless features like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. This extended connectivity facilitates the integration of the computer into a larger medical network and the collection of data from various devices.