Does the UD3-LX50 device have the option to “add” a battery if the device was to be used via wireless? Is there options / does the unit require constant power?
What do you mean exactly by battery? A separate UPS? Yes, but if you need it for an IT Trolley like in hospitals I would use specific PCs and use UDC on it as an alternative.
What is the use case?
We have carts for nurses that use IGELs currentlyolder models (UD3-LX42) and was looking to upgrade to new devices. Guessing a UPS is in place although it’s at a remote site so I’m unaware
Then, UPS (or similar cart power supplies) will fit! Yes, constant power is needed!
We use these in combination with igel www.allmodul.nl/producten/healthcare-it/medische-pcs-dt-research/medische-panel-pc-met-interne-accucellen
for us it was cheaper then powered carts
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