Philips IntelliVue MX500 Features The Philips IntelliVue MX500 combines powerful monitoring with flexible portability in one compact unit. Supplying comprehensive patient information at a glance, it can make a real difference when multiple patients and priorities need attention. 12”-Wide touchscreen Helps see clearly and quickly Ambient light adjustment for readability in virtually any environment Connectivity options help you make the most of your EMR Advanced Clinical Solutions to summarize and visualize data Portable design allow you to take monitoring with you Philips IntelliVue MX500 Specifications Dimensions Weight: 12.6lbs (W x H x Db): 12.9” x 11.3” x 7.2” (327mm x 288mm x 182mm) Display The monitor has a color 19” LCD TFT display with a wide viewing angle, providing high resolution waveform and data presentation. The MX800 integrates the display and the processing unit into one device. One external slave display can be connected to a built-in DVI-I port. A second independent display can be connected via the optional Independent Display Interface, the iPC or the IntelliVue XDS. Multiple display resolutions including widescreen formats are supported on the Independent Display Interface and the iPC as well as on the XDS display. Modularity The monitor’s functionality can be extended by connecting Philips plugin modules, the multi-measurement module (MMS) family with extensions, and anesthetic gas modules with plug-and-play convenience. The monitors are available as standalone or networked solutions. The monitors’ modular design allows new capabilities to be added in the future as monitoring requirements change. This upgradability gives the security of knowing that the monitor can be enhanced and updated as practices and technologies advance, protecting long-term investments. Integrated PC (iPC) The iPC is a fan-less, medical grade PC residing within the MX800 and as such designed for continuous operation in the patient vicinity. The iPC uses MS Windows 7 (or XP) as operating system and can host respective applications. These applications can either be: Windows applications, such as Internet Explorer Philips applications such as iSite clients or an application launch pad Third party applications Hospital owned and developed software The iPC is designed as an “open” PC and such can be serviced and maintained by the hospital’s IT department as well as by Philips. A separate isolated LAN interface allows access to the hospital’s backbone independent of the MX800. The iPC can safely share the main display with the MX800 (single display setup) and/or be used with a standard or a medical grade display (dual display setup), either provided by Philips or another manufacturer. The iPC supports displays with or without touch operation. The iPC has five USB 2.0 ports supporting High-Speed mode for computer peripherals such as keyboard, mouse, barcode reader, touch display etc.