News | August 10, 2008

Anthro Touts Category Win in Best of NeoCon Competition 2008

August 11, 2008 – Anthro announced its new Carl’s Table Model CT08 has received the Gold Award in the Worksurfaces: Height-Adjustable category in the Best of NeoCon Competition 2008.

Best of NeoCon annually recognizes the most innovative and functional products as judged by leaders in interior design, architecture and facilities management.

The CT08 is an advanced radiology station for reading soft copy and teleradiology applications. It’s an ergonomic desk with motorized height movement and quick leg speed adjustment from 28.5 to 48.5 inches. The electric tilt adjusts from 0–15 degrees to facilitate all individual work positions, sitting or standing. The tilting surface supports the forearm and shoulders, dramatically decreasing the risk of musculoskeletal disorders. CT08 also has 99 programmable height and tilt presets for individual users.

The CT08’s Monitor Control System electronically moves the four monitors in tandem forward/backward and up/down with the touch of a button. Monitors are mounted to a rail and actuators control the up/down and in/out action. The tilt for each monitor can be adjusted manually.

The station’s adaptive lighting system provides improved glare-free ambient back lighting. An automatic sensor can be pointed to one of the two middle diagnostic monitors and will respond to the light density of that monitor. The flexible task lights can be ideally positioned and manually dimmed independently from the back lighting.

Other features include: air circulation, a powered three-port USB hub (for laptops and memory devices), a large “Coffee Surface”, ideal for personal items can be mounted either to the left or to the right of the work surface and remains level when the tilt mechanism is engaged.

Shelves are made out of MDF board and with a durable Dark Grey membrane-pressed finish; the metal is steel and aluminum with a powder-coated silver metallic color. It comes standard with a footrest, one back light, two LED task lights, ten power outlets attached to the back of the table and four in the front for easy access for equipment, and up to four monitor mounts. A fifth monitor, typically a system monitor in radiology applications, installs on an optional Anthro LCD Arm. One CPU Holder is standard with the table, but a second CPU Holder can be purchased as an accessory, and will fit on the opposite side of the table.
An Anthro field service engineer travels to the site to ensure that the Carl’s Table 08 is installed and working properly. A complete training for all the users is also included in the delivery.

For more information: www.anthro.com

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