Jun 17, 2011 1:20 PM, by Bennett Liles
HSA designed the HRSTD-II to allow eye-level access for equipment normally known to have a good many front-panel controls such as media players, processors, and controllers. The enclosure features a 10RU undermounted 19in. rack space with mounting rails; a sliding, lockable cover; two side-by-side 3RU rack bays on a GlideOut enclosure; and three cable ports in the rear of the desk surface for wiring. The desk surface and overhead rack bays are completely protected by a lockable roll-down cover equipped with twin handles.
The IVC-CLC credenza from In View Furniture combines aesthetics with solid durability using metal frame construction beneath an elegant laminate finish exterior. The 36in. high rolling unit’s height can be adjusted with motorized activation and includes rotary keyboard tray, cam locks, two adjustable shelves, rack rails, umbilical cable support, levelers, and two 3in. floor grommets. The cabinet features two overlay doors, two service access doors, and a cutout for a connection box. For instant customization to suit the user, the display tilt also has a motorized adjustment.
Martin & Ziegler equipped the MaxRack 91-14 editing desk to accommodate large video monitors and leave a 91in. width for plenty of work room. The bottom section has a built-in 13RU equipment rack, and the raised monitor platforms include 3RU rack rails for mounting standard 19in. rack gear directly beneath the monitors. The extremely wide work area permits two operators to comfortably sit side-by-side. The construction is 1in. plywood with the top and bottom laminated for extra strength to avoid sagging over time. The finish is available in a wide range of colors.
The SchoolMate MT-400 lectern from Mediatech has a black sparkle laminate top featuring a flip-and-store monitor mount that can accommodate a flatscreen display device up to 19in. diagonal. The monitor cabling extends through a rectangular access grommet on the presenter’s right, and the unit has a flip-up side shelf with 35lb. capacity on the left side. The front side has a lockable and removable panel for direct access to the rear of installed equipment while the rear side includes locking drawer and locking double door access to the bottom compartment.
Designed for the end user, engineered for the installer, the ViewPoint console furniture system from Middle Atlantic Products has modular construction for maximum versatility in custom configuration. The variety of layouts is most evident in the monitor mounting variations using the optional monitor mounting arms. The company also provides its Designer 3D layout software for customized design. The units are comprised of fully welded Uni-Frame workstation bays that simplify installation with options including wedges, turrets, bay extenders, and side panels. The assembly is available with an 18in. deep work surface or a 34in. desktop.
The Nova Solutions 45 Series computer training desks feature three designs for monitor configuration including the Downview visual display option that holds and protects the display inside the desk. The ADA-compliant desks feature Thermofused laminate tops and bases with PVC-edge banding, wire management, and power strip along with Total Access removable modesty panels for easy cable access. The units are ideal for testing centers, classrooms, libraries, corporate training centers, and computer labs. An internal shelf holds a computer and the keyboard support extends without blocking view of the display.
Among the Sanus Systems Foundations Component 100 Series AV rack solutions, the CFR127 is a rolling 55in. tall rack unit using swivel casters and adjustable feet. Convection cooling allows hot air to escape through the top vents while a lockable tempered glass door with quarter turn handle encloses the components and maintaining visibility. The side and back panels are removable to provide complete access for wiring and connections. The unit features welded construction and provides up to 27RU in equipment space.
For AV equipment storage and operation in areas where strong security is needed, the Steel Rolltop from Secure Equipment Company can house a variety of gear in various combinations. The flat work surface can accommodate many makes and models of mixers and adds three upper slots with the capability to provide 3RU of standard 19in. rack space. The upper slot compartment slides forward and has open rear access for wiring. Available in 3ft., 4ft., 5ft., and 6ft. widths, the cabinet’s standard depth is 45in. The Rolltop is spring-loaded for easy sliding, and the unit can be purchased in 23in. or 30in. desk height.
Among its variety of multimedia lecterns, Sound-Craft Systems offers the Presenter Series constructed of medium density fiberboard and plywood. All joints are glued and secured with wood screws while the work surface and shelves are covered with Nevamar laminate and ARP coating. The unit includes a front access panel and on the presenter side, two lockable doors allow access to equipment in the lower section. A side drawer slides out to accommodate a document camera and on top, a keyboard drawer slides into the structure to be completely hidden. The lecterns are available in 36in., 46in., and 60in. widths with a standard 31in. depth.
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