Technology | August 23, 2010

Space-Saving, Wall-Mount workstation Introduced at AHRA

August 23, 2010 – Making the most of limited space, a low-profile, height-adjustable, user-friendly, mini-workstation that folds against a wall when not in use brings computer technology to almost any location in a healthcare facility. AFC Industries Inc. introduced the Wall Mount Combo AFC78-08_12 at Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) 2010 annual meeting in booth 429.

The flexible Combo AFC78-08_12 is designed for ergonomics and durability, while providing easy-to-operate, lightweight functionality to help boost productivity in patient rooms, hallways, operating rooms and wherever computer technology is needed.

With a minimal profile, the wall mount incorporates features to maximize functionality. It extends almost 44 inches, with an option for a longer arm. It also offers pneumatic height adjustment over a range of about 12 inches and swivels for different positions. For safety and convenience, the Combo height and keyboard tray position lock securely into place.

Adding additional flexibility, the mouse tray and scanner holder are interchangeable between the left and right side of the keyboard. A built-in VESA 75/100 compliant monitor bracket can be raised and lowered within a three-inch range to fine-tune monitor placement to the user’s ergonomic height, while tilting both vertically and horizontally to deliver the optimal viewing angle. Wire management keeps all cables safely out of the way.

The Combo AFC78-08_12 also can be mounted to a traditional desk/counter top to add the ergonomic functionality of a sit-to-stand workstation that adjusts to different users. The unit also offers thorough disinfection characteristics and the unit is available with an optional antimicrobial painted finish.

For more information: www.afcindustries.com

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