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KineticSystems.jpgKinetic Systems Inc. has launched a variety of vibration-isolation workstation accessories. Shelves, including sliding, rear overhead, side overhead and those designed for keyboards, isolate loads from the workstation tabletop. Monitor supports are available for corner-mount, LCD, double and LCD double monitor configurations. High- density 16-mesh copper screen Faraday cages shield sensitive devices from electrical and magnetic interference. With customizable doors, shelves, monitor stands, outlet strips and lighting, the cages are available in a variety of dimensions and provide attenuation of up to 100 dB below 500 kHz, 60 dB below 50 MHz and 20 dB below 5 GHz. In addition, the company offers electrical outlet strips, front and side guard rails, padded armrests, height extensions, braces, seismic restraints, kinematic feet and retractable casters.

Sep 2007

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