Mobile Workstation Carts with Integrated Power Supply Improve Productivity

Posted February 9, 2010

Ideal for warehouses, distribution centers, factories, laboratories, retail stores, and many other facilities, NB Series Mobile Powered Workstations from Newcastle Systems save labor and improve productivity. These patented, ergonomic carts can carry computers (desktops, towers, or laptops), label printers, scales, barcode scanners, and most other small electronic equipment to wherever they are needed. An on-board battery can power up to four devices simultaneously for 8-10 hours of normal use. Adjustable shelves can hold up to 75 pounds each.

NB Series workstations eliminate unnecessary foot travel and paperwork. Instead of walking back and forth from a deskbound computer to printers and other devices used in tasks such as inventory management, process control, on-demand label printing, product testing, order picking, cross-docking, weighing, scanning, etc., all necessary equipment can be brought to where the work is taking place. An operator can have real-time access to WMS, ERP, and automated data collection.

For maximum convenience and efficiency, every model in the NB Series has a slotted mast that allows the user to adjust the height of each shelf to the most comfortable position. The workstations are compact (42″ high with a footprint of 24″ x 26″) and easily maneuvered on 5″ casters (front fixed, rear locking swivel).

NB Series Mobile Powered Workstations are available in five models with a range of rechargeable power packages from a 40 AH battery, 350-watt inverter, and 10-amp charger up to a 200 AH battery, 1250-watt inverter, and 30-amp charger. A non-powered model is also available. Accessories include additional shelves (including a slide-out shelf), a laptop holder, an adjustable keyboard tray, a binder holder, an adjustable LCD support, a lockable drawer, a CPU holder, and a barcode scanner holder.

Some typical uses of NB Series workstations: In shipping/receiving, scanning barcodes, generating labels on demand, and updating inventory; in retail, product and shelf labeling, “line busting”, remote power for sidewalk events, and garden centers.

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