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  • Introducing the LUS Laptop Mount

    LUS Laptop Mount Launch

    • • Medical Grade Laptop Mount
    • • Slide Out Mouse Tray (Can be used on the Left or Right)
    • • Fits Most Laptops & Notebooks
    • • Includes Tilt, Swivel & Reach Adjustment
    • • Good Alternative to Sit-Stand Desks

     

    ErgoMounts are very excited to introduce a brand new product to our already extensive range of ICW medical grade mounting solutions. The LUS Laptop Mount combines the high quality construction and ergonomic design of our existing LTU range but now also includes a slide out mouse tray.

    The mouse platform can be pulled out and used on either the left or right hand side of the laptop without the need of tools or technical ability . We worked closely with our partners over at ICWUSA to develop this new product with the aim of making laptop working feel as natural on a ward or production line as using a standard monitor & keyboard. The LUS tray has been developed to work with most of our medical grade mounting solutions including our Ultra 180 series. By installing the LUS Laptop Tray to the end of one of our gas assisted arms you can create an effective alternative to a sit-stand desk or workstation.

    The LUS Laptop Tray also includes the ergonomic grab handle that was added to the LTU Laptop Range after it's major design change earlier this year.

    We have also created standard versions of the LUS for several different mounting scenarios. Details on these products can be found at the links below.

    LUS Laptop & Mouse Tray Desk Mount

    LUS Laptop & Mouse Tray Wall Mount

    LUS Laptop & Mouse Tray Wall Track Mount

    LUS Laptop & Mouse Tray Pole Mount

    LUS Technical Specifications:

    Max Weight Capacity: 20Kg (45lbs)
    Arm Reach: Compact (463.55mm), Extended (743.55mm), Long Reach (1023.55mm)
    Colours: Medical White, Light Grey, Black
    Laptop Tray Size: 416.1mm Wide x 304.8mm Deep
    Pull-out Mouse Tray Size: 190.5mm Wide x 304.8mm Deep

  • ErgoMounts Launch VESA Wall Mount for Small Form Factor PC’s

     

    ErgoMounts are excited to launch a brand new mounting solution for small form factor PC’s and ITX Cases; ideal for digital signage, healthcare and home or office environments. The EMFX100-CPU enables you to mount VESA compliant CPU’s just 16mm from the wall or suitable vertical surface.

    For years the most common requirement has been for smaller PC’s to be mounted behind monitors on desks. However, with the recent surge in requirements for digital signage, installers have been looking for new and innovative ways to mount mini PC & ITX Systems out of site. The EMFX100-CPU does exactly that. Not only is it cost effective, but it can be installed in literally seconds.

    Shane Dunn (Head of Marketing) has said, “This new product is an incredibly simple but effective solution.  It’s already proven popular amongst our customers especially amongst those looking to add something unique to their digital signage installations. It gives AV installers the freedom to easily hide the backstage elements of digital signage out of sight proving a truly clean looking installation.

    These mounts can be combined with our Infinity Modular Video Wall which fits almost any number of screens of any size. The Infinity can be mounted to the wall, ceiling, floor or even a mobile trolley. This range has already proven itself to be incredibly popular and is already being used by the likes of Gatwick Airport, West Yorkshire Police Constabulary and Norwich University to name a few.

    The EMFX100-CPU is compatible with any small form factor PC with VESA 75x75 or VESA 100x100 compliant mounting holes on the case. This includes the Traval range of Mini-ITX Cases.

    To find out more about the ErgoMounts EMFX100-CPU visit, https://www.ergomounts.co.uk/small-form-factor-pc-vesa-mount  or contact our mounting experts on 01252 333 326.

  • ErgoMounts Expand Distribution Network with Computacenter

     

    ErgoMounts have today announced that they are expanding their distribution network by welcoming global leading independent provider of IT infrastructure services, Computacenter to its already large portfolio of partnered resellers. Computacenter will be supplying the full range of ErgoMounts products to their customers around the globe.

    Paul Riddell (ErgoMounts Sales Manager) has said, “We are very excited to welcome on board a well-established re-seller in the AV & IT industry. Having our products distributed through the likes Computacenter provides a wealth of additional international coverage for our range of mounting solutions and also gives customers greater flexibility when looking to order any of our products.”

    The talented sales & support teams of Computacenter are on hand to assist customers in finding the solutions that are right for them.

    Paul continues, “Computacenter have locations in 13 countries across 3 continents and never before have we been able to offer such easy access to our products in so many different areas.”

    Computacenter now joins several other well established AV distributors in the ErgoMounts Reseller Partnership such as SCC, Storm Technologies and Softcat. The ErgoMounts Reseller Partnership allows suppliers additional access to sales team training, marketing materials and discounts.

     

  • ErgoMounts Launch Their First Under Cabinet Mount In Almost 10 Years

    ErgoMounts are excited to announce the launch of a brand new medical grade monitor arm ideal for both the AV and healthcare market. ErgoMounts teamed up with long time manufacturing partner, ICWUSA to design and produce their first under cabinet mount in almost a decade, The Ultra 180 Under Cabinet Mount.

    AV technology has become a crucial part of most modern working environments but space has become more limited than ever. Our customers have called out for a new under cabinet solution so we looked to our range of current arms that we thought might be suitable for the project. Our existing Ultra 180 was the natural choice as it always has been one of our most popular ICW products and provides a range of reach and adjustment options.” Ben Davies, Managing Director

    Not only does this mount offer a huge 711mm (28’’) of reach from the join to the VESA interface it also glides horizontally anywhere along the 700mm under cabinet track. The patented Ultra 180 arm can provide up to 180° of vertical rotation and up to 270° of horizontal rotation. The unique VESA Ball Joint provides the monitor with 6 way tilt, pan and rotation allowing the screen to be positioned almost anywhere within a 3D space.

    When not in use the entire monitor arm can be folded back underneath the cabinet saving further space.

    The Ultra 180 Under Cabinet Mount is manufactured to order by ICWUSA in Oregon, United States before being hand assembled by our team of skilled technicians at the ErgoMounts Headquarters in Hampshire, United Kingdom.

    The find out more visit, https://www.ergomounts.co.uk/ultra-180-under-cabinet-monitor-arm or call the ErgoMounts Sales Team on 01252 333326.

  • Is Sitting Really As Bad For You As Smoking?

    A new study from the America Heart Association Advisory has warned that sitting for more than a couple of hours a day could lead to cancer, heart disease and even type 2 diabetes. Much like the effects of smoking these outcomes are apparently not reversible; Even if you get regular exercise and eat healthy. Does this mean that sitting has very quickly become the "new" smoking?

    According to Dr James Levine of the Arizona State University Obesity Solutions Initiative the answer is yes. Speaking recently to The Los Angeles Times he has said, “Sitting is more dangerous than smoking, kills more people than HIV and is more treacherous than parachuting. We are sitting ourselves to death.”

    But what can you or your employer do to help prevent a sitting epidemic. The most obvious answer would be simply to move more. But that’s not always practical in the busy office environment. That's why we’ve put together a list of 3 quick and easy changes you could make that will improve your health at work.

    Use the Stairs

    It sounds obvious but taking the stair instead of waiting for the lift provides all kinds of health benefits for your heart, brain  and muscular systems. Not to mention it can sometimes even be quicker.  According to livestrong.com the average adult male will burn an impressive 83 calories just climbing several flights of stairs.

    Sit Stand Workstation

    It’s understandle that employers don't want their employees wandering away from their desks for too long. Especially if their position is mainly computer based. But if you can't change the job role why not modify the workstation instead? A sit / stand computer workstation give users the choice to work whilst sitting at a desk or standing up. Something like the ErgoMounts Ultra 180 is an ideal product for this. It provides a wide range of movement and adjustment while still being more cost effective than your average sit/stand desk.

    Take Regular Breaks

    The America Heart Association Advisory discovered that the negative health effects became worse the longer the period of time a person spent sitting. That is why it is crucial that you take regular short breaks from your desk. Maybe go for a  walk around the office to try and break up periods of sitting as much as possible.

  • ErgoMounts Supply The Mummy Movie

    For almost 15 years ErgoMounts have supplied high quality computer mounting solutions for a wide range of industries and applications. Some of the most exciting projects we have been lucky enough to work on have been for stage, television and film. We were originally approached about 5 years ago by a number of different production companies due to our location central to many London studios. Since then our reputation has led to our products being used by the likes of Industrial Light and Magic, Warner Brothers and Universal Pictures to name just a few.

    Today see’s the release of one of the latest productions we have worked on: The Mummy, starring Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe and Sofia Boutella. It's Universal’s attempt to kick start a new franchise of movies taking place in a shared “Dark Universe” based around the famous Universal Monster Movies of the 1930’s. Though safely entombed in a crypt deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess, whose destiny was unjustly taken from her, is awakened in our current day bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia, and terrors that defy human comprehension.

    In the Spring of 2016 a production company in the early stages of shooting needed a range of different monitor mounts to help dress a laboratory set they were in the process of building in Oxford. We were contacted on a Friday and rehearsals were due to take place on the following Sunday with shooting scheduled for the day after. This realistically only gave us a few short hours to source the right solution. It was quickly decided that a member of the art department would come and visit our showroom and decide which solutions would work best. After seeing our mounts in the flesh and a few hours of discussion they were able to leave our warehouse with a van load of mounting arms.

    The crew were then so impressed with the solutions purchased they returned several times over the course of the next few weeks to pick up additional wall mounts and floor stands to be used on other sets and production offices.

    The Mummy has been released in cinemas today (9th June 2017) and was produced by Universal Pictures.

  • London City Airport To Open A Digital Control Tower

    London City Airport is set to become the first airport in the UK to operate a completely digital air traffic control tower. Working closely with one of our clients, NATS the new control tower will use 14 high definition cameras located at the top of a 50m pole. The images will then be sent via a secure super-fast fibre network to a new Operations Centre in Swanwick, Hampshire. From there air traffic controllers will perform their operational role using the live footage displayed on the video wall in front of them (similar to the ErgoMounts Infinity Series).

    Controllers will be able to utilise a range of viewing tools and have detailed views of activity on the airfield, including aircraft movements along the 1500m runway. The cameras can pan, tilt and zoom (magnifying images up to 30 times for close inspection).

    They will also have real-time information, including operational and sensory data, to build an augmented reality live view of the airfield. For example: weather information, on-screen labels, radar data and aircraft call signs.

    Declan Collier, CEO at London City Airport, said: “A pioneering new digital air traffic control system will enhance safety and improve resilience, setting a new standard for the global aviation industry to follow. With London City Airport’s plans to grow and an existing tower which is reaching the end of its operational lifespan, this cutting edge proven technology future-proofs London City Airport’s air traffic control for the next 30 years and beyond.”

    Mike Stoller, Director, Airports at NATS, said, “Digital towers are going to transform the way air traffic services are provided at airports by providing real safety, operational and efficiency benefits, and we are delighted that London City Airport has chosen to work with us to deliver what will be the first of its kind in the UK.”

    The new digital air traffic control tower is planned to be fully operational at London City Airport by 2019 as part of their 30th Anniversary Renovations.

  • ErgoMounts Infinity Video Wall Celebrates its 1st Birthday

    It’s been a year since we announced the launch of our modular video wall system, Infinity. We wanted to use this opportunity to discuss some of the improvements the product has seen over the past 12 months and also showcase some examples of the Infinity in action .

    Improvements

    Pop Out Interfaces

    Infinity Video Wall Pop Out Arms

    One major improvement we have seen since launch is the addition of “Pop-Out” monitor fixings. Although the original system launched with fixed, tilt and micro-adjust fixing kits we were quickly presented with requirements to be able to perform maintenance on screens without having to remove the monitors at either side. Our team of designers came up with the new style “Pop-Out” Interfaces. By applying a small amount of pressure to the corners of the screen the gas assisted interface gently extends the display approx. 310mm from the surrounding screens. This allows for plenty of room to access important areas behind. Screens can also be locked into place for when the Infinity is being used in a public facing environment to remove the risk of accidental extension.

     

    Secure Floor Stand

    Infinity Video Wall Bolt Down Base

    Another major addition to the Infinity Range is the option to bolt the stand to the floor using the Secure Floor Stand base. This sleek & contemporary looking stand reduces the footprint of the video wall to just 240mm x 240mm. Using this base instead of the free standing solution almost completely removes any potential trip hazard.

     

     

     

    The Infinity Video Wall Installs

    Since it’s launch the Infinity has found itself in hundreds of different locations including schools, hospitals, banks, shopping malls and airports. Below you can see a couple of images of the product installed.

    Dongtan Lake Park Experience Center, Suwon City, Korea

    Dongtan Lake Park Experience Center

    Gatwick Airport, United Kingdom

    Gatwick Airport Infinity Video Wall

    Training Institute of Chungju Industrial Bank, Korea

    Training Institute of Chungju Industrial Bank

    What is the Infinity?

    The Infinity range is the ultimate modular solution for modern AV requirements. One thing setting it apart from similar products on the market is that it can easily be transformed into a wall, ceiling, or floor stand in a matter of minutes. The modular design allows for the system to easily be adapted to support almost any size of screen in nearly any configuration imaginable.

    To discuss your requirements for an Infinity Video Wall please contact our technical team today. If you're not looking for a bespoke product we have also created several "Off the Shelf" solutions that can be found at the links below:

    Motion (Trolley)

    Secure (Floor Stand)

    Rail (Wall Mount)

    Sky (Ceiling)

  • Seismic Ratings For Our Medical Arms (OSHPD)

    Did you know?... All of our medical grade mounting solutions from ICWUSA are also rated for use in seismic zones by the state of California. The rating is provided by EASE (Equipment Anchorage & Seismic Engineering) who perform seismic calculations and details that ensure products meet up to date building code regulations in regards to earthquake activity.

    But what is a Seismic Qualification?

    Some types of product must remain operational following an earthquake. Manufacturers of the equipment must submit a declaration (Special Seismic Certification) that the equipment will remain operational after a design level earthquake. A dynamic test (shaketest) must be performed followed by a report (in accordance with OSHPD standard) stating the unit has passed and is seismically qualified. These reports must be prepared by a California licensed structural, civil or mechanical engineer.

    Who is OSHPD?

    OSHPD stands for the California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development. They monitor the construction, renovation, and seismic safety of hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and provide loan insurance to assist the capital needs of California's not-for-profit healthcare facilities.

    How does this affect me?

    Although the rating itself is local to the state of California the OSHPD does provide a good indication of the ability of ICW’s products to withstand adverse conditions. The certificates themselves also provide a wealth of information in regards to load bearings and centre of gravity of our mounts and wall tracks.

    Want to find out more about our OSHPD rated productions?

    View them here:

    Ultra Arm

    Ultra Arm Calculation

    MD Arm

    T2 Arm

    Elite Arm

    Or contact our sales team today for more information.

  • World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2017

    Today celebrates the World Day for Safety and Health at Work. On the 28th of April every year the International Labour Organization (a United Nations Agency) raise awareness for workplace issues by promoting  a safety and health culture worldwide in the hopes of reducing the number of work related injuries and deaths.

    Since the turn of the century computer based work roles have continued to rise and now it is not uncommon for employees to be sitting (or standing) at a computer screen for a majority of their day. That is why it is more important than ever that those workers have the ability to adjust workstations to meet their individual ergonomic requirements.

    The ILO have created an extensive checklist to help employers make sure they are meeting all necessary health and safety requirements. Checkpoint 60 explains the relevance of the adjustable computer workstations as well as correct posture. Some useful hints on optimising your workstations include:

    “Train users on correct sitting posture at the workstation. Educate users on the use of various controls on the adjustable setting.”

    “If a standing CPU is used, position it on the side of the table. Other items that are not required should be stored away (e.g. archive manuals, documents) to increase legroom.”

    “Schedule rest periods to enable stretching and visual exercises such as looking back and forth on far and close objects.”

    At ErgoMounts we offer a wide range of adjustable monitor and keyboard arms for use in medical, manufacturing, office and home environments. Most of these solutions can be adjusted to meet the ergonomic requirements of 95% of adults. Contact us today to discuss how our products could not only improve worker health but also increase productivity.

    We hope you have a good World Day for Safety and Health at Work and if you would like to learn more visit the International Labour Organization Website for more information.

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