Anthro Corporation, Technology Furniture®, the Portland, Oregon manufacturer of modular furniture for technology, introduces the newest member of the Carl’s Table family, the CT12. The CT12 is the latest model upgrade of Anthro’s most advanced radiology desk which earned Carl’s Table Best of NeoCon 2008, awarded by international leaders in product design.
CT12’s new features, such as an enhanced Monitor Control System™, easy-to-clean worksurface pad and more surface color choices set the standard for imaging furniture and make Anthro’s CT12 the most feature-rich radiology workstation.
Radiologists can fine tune the position of each of their CT12 monitors vertically, laterally, and side-to-side to create a seamless array. Once positioned, Anthro’s Monitor Control System™ moves the entire bank of displays up and down, forward and back, with a push of an electric button.
Inset into the front worksurface, the new easy-to-clean pad in Anthro’s CT12 is both comfortable against your arms and keeps items in place when the table is tilted. The new stain resistant worksurface pad, composed of environmentally preferred non-PVC materials, is also available as an upgrade for CT08 tables.
Users can choose between the muted tones of Dark Grey or Wenge worksurfaces. Both color options blend with any décor and maintain the subdued atmosphere best suited for reading rooms.
The electric height and tilt control of the CT12 allows the user to adjust positions easily throughout the day. A keypad on the right side of the worksurface adjusts the table’s height (28”-48”) and tilt (0-15 degrees) for the imaging desk. Records up to 100 programmable preset positions at the push of a button.
The radiology workstation’s front worksurface is 23.5" deep to completely support forearms, relieving strain on shoulders and neck. At 58" wide, there is plenty of space for keyboard, mouse, voice system, and charts on the worksurface.
Convenient details such as twin dimmable LED task lights, cooling fans, and a 3-port USB hub are within easy reach in front of the displays. The Adaptive Lighting System uses a sensor to automatically adjust the ambient light in the workstation to the image on the screen to help reduce eye fatigue.
As part of the package, an Anthro Field Service Engineer travels to each work site to oversee Carl’s Table installation and provide personal fittings for radiologists. The CT12 includes a one-year warranty on mechanical and electrical components; five-year warranty for other components. The power cord, light bulbs, and plug are not warranted.
Anthro Corp was founded in 1984. Anthro provides furniture for technology for the engineering, business, healthcare, government, education, and home markets.