Watson Consoles Blog

If you work in a PSAP you know all about the battle of the thermostat. There is a regular struggle between the folks that are too hot and the ones that are too cold. Environmental controls that regulate cool air flow and heat are the best solution for keeping front line emergency dispatchers comfortable and actively focused during shift work.  Let's take a quick look at the options available, the applications, and important things to keep in mind about environmental controls when purchasing new consoles.

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Do I need ergonomic nosing on my dispatch console?

A customer recently asked me about a blog post they read that focused on “ergonomics in the public safety dispatch center” and sited “ergonomic nosing” as an important feature for their dispatch consoles.

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Watson Consoles - Mercury Piezo Technology from Watson on Vimeo.

Linak’s Piezo anti-collision technology is now a standard feature included on all Mercury consoles. The new leg system increases product safety and reduces risk of property damage. The built-in Piezo sensoris highly sensitive and reacts quickly to hard obstructions when raising or lowering the worksurface. No additional programming is required by the user.

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Your manufacturer should provide detailed print or video media to help your teams fully utilize their new technology furniture assets. Take a minute to learn about the great user features built into our Mercury consoles.

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Mercury is a natural fit for Northwestern University's state of the art Dispatch & Communications center. This compact center was designed from the ground up to incorporate the latest in PSAP technology including fully adjustable Mercury Dispatch consoles.

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