Gamber-Johnson's new Mongoose XE and Mongoose XLE premium vehicle mounts are made to be versatile. - Photo: Gamber-Johnson

Gamber-Johnson's new Mongoose XE and Mongoose XLE premium vehicle mounts are made to be versatile.

Photo: Gamber-Johnson

Gamber-Johnson, a leading supplier of rugged mounting solutions for fleet vehicles, public safety vehicles, and other mobility applications, has introduced a new family of premium Mongoose motion attachment products for use in public safety and enterprise fleets. The company says its new Mongoose XE utilizes a fully protected linear bearing to easily and effortlessly allow adjustment to your device's position from the pivot to the end of the swing arm. The Mongoose XLE is designed to provide that same effortless adjustment, with an extended carriage to allow an extra four inches of positioning beyond the end of your swing arm. Both the Mongoose XE and Mongoose XLE feature various technology mounting patterns that are versatile, as well as accommodating to a diverse range of vehicle sizes and computer configurations.

As the use of technology in mobile work environments continue to expand and evolve, the new premium Mongoose motion attachment products offer a compact and contemporary design with greater flexibility and range of movement within a vehicle for improved ergonomics, performance, and safety.

"We analyzed the needs of our customers and kept the latest technology developments in mind with the design of the new Mongoose XE and Mongoose XLE family of products," said John Zdroik, design engineer for Gamber-Johnson. "The products' compact design and color-coded touch points make for easy adjustability, and the articulation, safety features, and modular attributes offer adaptability for both the public safety and enterprise markets."

Other Mongoose XE and Mongoose XLE product features include:

●             Supports mobile office environments for industries such as public safety and enterprise including gas, electric, and electric co-ops

●             Color-coded touch points allow for easy identification for users to identify pivot and slide points to move device to desired position or when securing the device in place

●             Available in various sizes and lengths to accommodate a wide range of fleet vehicles, including 7 inches, 9 inches, 12 inches, and 15 inches

●             Paired with a versatile clevis with various mounting patterns, making it compatible with a wide variety of devices

●             Every inch of product features a locking point to limit travel outwards and improve stowing abilities when the device is not in use

●             When force is applied, or the momentum from braking, the friction brake ensures device moves in the direction of a safe, stowed position

●             Attaches to any center upper or console top plate with extendable carriage plate for additional length

●             Optional pairing with an Independent Tablet Rotation bracket for independent positioning of tablet and keyboard

●             Sleek and contemporary design made to integrate seamlessly with aesthetics of a vehicle's interior

●             Easy installation

"While the Mongoose XE and XLE are just as easy to install as their predecessor, it's the upgrades in smoothness of motion that is truly noteworthy," said Rocco Salerno, Owner of NYSPSEL, in Newark, NY. "Moving your laptop is now effortless. A simple pull of a tab to find the perfect placement and your equipment has never been more secure."

The features available with the new family of Mongoose motion attachment products are designed to provide fleet operators in the public safety and enterprise markets with the highest level of mobile office functionality, efficiency, and user comfort. According to the company, all its products pass rigorous vibration, shock, crash and life cycle testing, and a limited lifetime warranty is provided with all Gamber-Johnson Mongoose motion attachment products.

To experience first-hand the newest solutions available in mobile workstations, docking stations, cradles, motion attachments, and more, visit www.gamberjohnson.com.

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