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Friday, July 01, 2016

New Sentry Workstation from AmpliVox with Height-Adjustable Work Surface Creates Instant Security Checkpoint

AmpliVox Sound Systems proudly introduces its new W480 Sentry Security Workstation, a mobile and durable lectern-style stand that establishes an impressive security checkpoint whenever and wherever needed.

The new Sentry, selected by the US Transportation Security Administration for TSA checkpoints contract # HSTS04-15-A-CI4020, features a unique height-adjustable work surface to make it comfortable and functional for any users of any height, and can be set for either standing or sitting as needed.

Constructed of heavy-duty steel with an attractive powder coat finish, the Sentry Workstation can be set in indoor or outdoor venues for a wide variety of uses.

The unit includes two adjustable shelves to accommodate equipment.

The semi-gloss powder coated surfaces resist chipping, scratching, fading, and wear longer than any standard paint finish.

Solvent-free powder coating is the most environmentally-friendly paint technology for metal products.

The entire workstation moves easily on 4” heavy-duty casters, all four of which lock securely into position.

The clean, streamlined style of the Sentry can be enhanced with customized logos on the front panel.

All the unique features of the Sentry Workstation are showcased in AmpliVox’s product demonstration video.

In addition to supporting security functions, the Sentry can be put to use as a presentation lectern, welcome center, or other purposes. It is a natural fit for law enforcement, schools, industrial workplaces, restaurants, hotels, and other demanding locations where durability is essential.

“The Sentry Workstation offers a new level of versatility and rugged construction in a mobile unit,” notes Don Roth, AmpliVox CEO.

“Whether it is used for security, instruction, or hospitality, it exceeds expectations for attractiveness and ease of use.”

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