Medical Grade Box PC for Hospitals

Onyx health care is a professional medical grade box PC company. Onyx is dedicated to design, upgrade and manufacturer top quality medial equipments for hospital and clinical facility. Onyx is a reliable supplier of medial IT products; we carry everything from nursing carts to medical grade box PCs. Awarded with ‘’Taiwan Excellence Award, Taiwan Superior Brand 2009’’ and ‘’Best choice’’ for product design, Onyx is a leading supplier and manufacturer in this medical IT industry.


Each model has different core and processors. MedPC 2000 and MedPC 5800 are utilized in the same areas such as pharmaceutical industry, biotech labs, signage in hospitals and operating rooms. And the MedPC 5500 is designed for recording hospital and drug store information system.

The IT Products Specialist in the Medical Industry

Onyx is a professional IT company specializing in designing and manufacturing the best, safest and efficient operating products such as medical grade all in one terminal and medical grade panel PC for the medical industry. The patients health and the staff’s convenience if our top priority. We design to win. We employ the absolute high scale engineers to always further improve our current products, always striving to achieve our current and future goals.


We have several certifications that guarantee the legitimacy and safety of our products. With any purchase of our medical grade all in one terminal, medical grade box PC, medical grade computer cart and so on; we are giving away a two year warranty. Visit our website today send in your inquiries, we will be happy to assist you with your purchasing needs.

LINE@與台北數位廣告攜手 提升店家回客率

台北2015年10月28日電 /美通社/ -- 台北數位廣告於2015年10月1日與 LINE 簽訂合約,成為 LINE@ 的代理商,為實體店家提升回客率,提供了完整解決方案。

LINE 是目前台灣最被廣為使用的通訊軟體,擁有廣大的使用客群,觸及的年齡層不分老少。LINE 所推出的 LINE@ 服務,提供實體店家向來店顧客推播圖文訊息的機制,以提升店家的回客率。顧客只要掃瞄店家的 LINE@ QR code 就可以不定期的收到店家的優惠訊息。LINE@ 將扮演店家與來店顧客間的橋樑。

店家如果要成為 LINE@ 的會員,可透過台北數位廣告公司代辦手續與繳交費用。台北數位廣告也提供廣告創意、商業攝影、圖文編排等服務,讓店家可以用很低的費用,透過台北數位廣告的創意執行與 LINE@ 的機制,向來店顧客推播圖文訊息,提升回客率。

台北數位集團是台灣營業額最高的網路廣告集團,一直是 Google 與 Facebook 在台灣的重要合作夥伴,也是 Google 認證合格的攝影機構。台北數位廣告於台北、新北、台中、台南、高雄都設有分公司,共有二百多位專職網路廣告人員,可就近提供店家 LINE@ 的完整服務。

Ribbon Connector

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A Ribbon cable Connector (also known as multi-wire planar cable) is a cable with many conducting wires running parallel to each other on the same flat plane. As a result the cable is wide and flat. Its name comes from the resemblance of the cable to a piece of ribbon.

Ribbon cables are usually seen for internal peripherals in computers, such as hard drives, CD drives and floppy drives. On some older computer systems (such as the BBC Micro and Apple II series) they were used for external connections as well. Unfortunately the ribbon-like shape interferes with computer cooling by disrupting airflow within the case and also makes the cables awkward to handle, especially when there are a lot of them; round cables have almost entirely replaced ribbon cables for external connections and are increasingly being used internally as well.

Having trouble gliding your fingers on touchscreens?

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Having trouble gliding on your smartphone or iPad? A stylus pen is highly recommended for replacement of your fingers. A Stylus pen is a small pen-shaped instrument that is used to input commands to a computer screen, mobile device or graphics tablet. With touchscreen devices, you can place a stylus pen on the surface of the screen to draw or make selections by tapping the stylus on the screen.


Stylus pen is the primary input device for personal digital assistant. It is used on the Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS game consoles and the Wii U’s Wii U GamePad. Some smartphones require a stylus for accurate input. However, devices featuring multi-touch finger-input are becoming more popular than stylus-driven devices in the smartphone market. Capacitive stylus, different from standard stylus, can be used for these finger-touch devices, iPhone, etc.).

Without the Stabilizer Bar, the Car Would Be Nothing!

A Stabilizer bar is the part of a car’s suspension system which precludes the body of the car from rolling in a sharp and quick turn.  It means that the bar will help the car reducing the body roll of a vehicle over rough or broken pavement and fast cornering and keep the body flatting by transferring force from one side to the other side.

A stabilizer bar, also called “sway bar” or “anti-roll bar”, is made of torsion spring and formed out of a wide and U-shaped steel bar that connects the body at two points with the left and right side of the suspension.  In general, when both left and right wheels move together, the bar will rotate about its mounting points.  Relatively, when the wheels move to each other, the bar will be subjected to torsion and be forced to twist.

Through the innovation of technology, many high-tech manufacturers produce high-quality automobile stabilizer bar because this bar can be used in various kinds of car, such as auto racing or Super GT.  We can know that the sway bar is the significant material in the vehicles or the related machineries.


Definition of Machine Vision

Machine vision (MV) is a branch of engineering that uses computer vision in the context of manufacturing. While the scope of MV is broad and a comprehensive definition is difficult to distil, a "generally accepted definition of machine vision is '... the analysis of images to extract data for controlling a process or activity.' " Put another way, MV processes are targeted at "recognizing the actual objects in an image and assigning properties to those objects--understanding what they mean."

The main categories into which MV applications fall are quality assurance, sorting, material handling, robot guidance, and calibration.

As recently as 2006, one industry consultant has reported MV to represent a $1.5 billion market in North America. Though, another technology observer asserts that "machine vision is not an industry per se" but rather "the integration of technologies and products that provide services or applications that benefit true industries such as automotive or consumer goods manufacturing, agriculture, and defense."

ASRock's High-End Vision 3D HTPC Reviewed

ASRock started introducing small form factor (SFF) HTPCs last year. Their first play in the market was an ION based Atom nettop, and it could best be termed as an entry-level machine. While being a good fit as a secondary HTPC, it failed to satisfy the power users. Absence of HD audio bitstreaming and lack of processing power for many common HTPC tasks were important reasons. In an effort towards alleviating these concerns, ASRock introduced a mainstream SFF HTPC a couple of months back, namely, the Core 100. With a Core i3 mobile processor combined with the integrated Arrandale IGP, things started to look good for the SFF HTPC space. We had unreserved praise for the Core 100, but the Intel HD Graphics did have some shortcomings for the purists in terms of support for the latest Blu-Ray features and potential for gaming.

The Vision 3D was announced at the 2010 Computex show in the first week of June. The aim of this product was to make a foray into the high end HTPC space by offering cutting edge technology such as 3D movie playback and 3D gaming to the consumers. The initial plan was to use a GeForce 3xxM or 4xxM as the GPU inside the Vision 3D. Had ASRock rushed the release of the HTPC and gone with the 3xxM card, the unit would have been DOA due to the lack of HD audio bitstreaming. Instead of rushing to the market with a half-baked product, ASRock wisely decided to wait for nVidia to get its HTPC game straight. What we have on our hands now is a HTPC very similar to the Core 100, with the additional power of the GeForce 425M replacing the Intel IGP for the graphics duties.

What makes the Vision 3D a high end unit? For starters, it is the first pre-built HTPC to support HD audio passthrough as well as Blu-Ray 3D playback with HDMI 1.4a support. It is evident that this HTPC will remain future proof for quite some time to come. 3D technology is yet to become mainstream, with displays still being priced out of reach of the average consumer. ATI and Intel are yet to bring HDMI 1.4a support in their GPUs. These facts combine to make ASRock a pioneer of sorts in the SFF HTPC field. The closest competition to the ASRock Vision 3D comes in the form of the Dell Zino HD. However, even the highest end configuration of the Zino HD doesn't support 3D Blu-Ray playback. Based plainly on the specs, it looks like all the bases are covered for the consumer on the leading edge who doesn't want to mess around with building his own HTPC. Does the Vision 3D deliver on its promise? That is what we are set to find out in the course of this review.

DAQ hardware

DAQ hardware is what usually interfaces between the signal and a PC. It could be in the form of modules that can be connected to the computer's ports or cards connected to slots in the mother board. Usually the space on the back of a PCI card is too small for all the connections needed, so an external breakout box is required. The cable between this box and the PC can be expensive due to the many wires, and the required shielding.

DAQ cards often contain multiple components (multiplexer, ADC, DAC, TTL-IO, high speed timers, RAM). These are accessible via a bus by a microcontroller, which can run small programs. A controller is more flexible than a hard wired logic, yet cheaper than a CPU so that it is permissible to block it with simple polling loops. For example: Waiting for a trigger, starting the ADC, looking up the time, waiting for the ADC to finish, move value to RAM, switch multiplexer, get TTL input, let DAC proceed with voltage ramp. Many times reconfigurable logic is used to achieve high speed for specific tasks and digital signal processors are used after the data has been acquired to obtain some results. The fixed connection with the PC allows for comfortable compilation and debugging. Using an external housing a modular design with slots in a bus can grow with the needs of the user.

Not all DAQ hardware has to run permanently connected to a PC, for example intelligent stand-alone loggers and oscilloscopes, which can be operated from a PC, yet they can operate completely independent of the PC.


USB 2.0 Cable

It is not obvious whether the connector should be face up or face down, and thus it is often necessary to try the insertion both ways. The side of the connector on a USB 2.0 cable or other product with the "USB Icon" (trident logo) should be "visible" to the user during the mating process. Some manufacturers do not, however, make the trident logo on USB 2.0 cable and related products easily visible or detectable by touch. Additionally, some computers such as the Mac Mini, have the ports vertically, in many Japanese computers and other devices, the trident logo on the cable or other USB device being inserted must be facing down, while in many American computers and devices the logo must be facing up. However, this is not always the case, such as with some Dell (an American company) computers.

Officially, the USB 2.0 specification states that the required USB Icon is to be "embossed" ("engraved" on the accompanying diagram) on the "topside" of the USB plug, which "provides easy user recognition and facilitates alignment during the mating process."[15] The specification also shows that the "recommended" (optional) "Manufacturer's logo" ("engraved" on the diagram but not specified in the text) is on the opposite side of the USB Icon. The specification further states "The USB Icon is also located adjacent to each receptacle. Receptacles should be oriented to allow the Icon on the plug to be visible during the mating process." However, the specification does not consider the height of the device compared to the eye level height of the user, so the side of the cable that is "visible" when mated to a computer on a desk can depend on whether the user is standing or kneeling. Although published eight years later, the USB 3.0 specification has similar wording, stating only "USB 3.0 receptacles should be orientated to allow the Icon on the plug to be visible during the mating process.