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Ergonomics & Wellness

Ergonomics & Wellness

Our Unique Approach to Advocate Healthy Computing

Ergotron products adapt technology to the physical needs of each individual. This creates a work environment that promotes wellness while improving productivity.

Research in Wellness

Get Into Your Comfort Zone

Neutral Posture + Voluntary Motion + Rest = Comfortable Computing

That’s the ergonomic equation and it begins with you. Find your zones by understanding the details of this simple, three-part concept.

Neutral Posture
Arrange display & keyboard to support a neutral posture
Result? Less strain, lower energy spend and reduced fatigue
Voluntary Motion
Incorporate movement into computing routine
Result? Better circulation; less static load causing injury
Rest Time
Take time for frequent breaks & recuperation
Result? Your body rejuvenates from static loading

The right mount will give you the maximum amount of flexibility to get into the right ergonomic zone. By simply following this list of ergonomics tips, you’ll decrease the strain on your body and reduce risk of repetitive stress injuries (RSI).

Ergotron: Collaboration in Wellness ResearchAt Ergotron, evidence-based data is the wellspring for product development. With the growing intensity in the relationship between digital technology and people, Ergotron is focused on what this means to individual health and how our products can help.

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Wellness Products

One of Ergotron’s greatest strengths is our dedication to creating truly innovative, ergonomic products that improve the health and productivity of our customers. We uphold our original mission to employ high-quality solutions toward the improvement of the human experience.

Ergonomic Index for Ergotron Products

Use the table as a guide to help you select the Ergotron products that best serve your needs when creating a healthier workspace.

Category Adjustment Benefits
Type 1
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Tilt/pan Equalize focal distance from top to bottom of screen; reduce glare/reflection; adjust keyboard angle
Type 2
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5" lift, tilt/pan Reposition height to suit posture; accommodate average range of users at a station
Type 3
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13" lift, tilt/pan Promote application flexibilty; reposition to suit posture; accommodate wide range (95%) of users at a station
Type 4
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15"+ lift, tilt/pan Work sitting or standing at the same station; promote application flexibilty; reposition to suit posture
Other ergonomic considerations dependent on application: A) Extension/retraction motion;
B) User-force requirements to initiate motion; C) Screen size relative to focal distance
  
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