A Closer Look
The feet have two leveling casters and bolt to each leg with 4 bolts.
The control module is comprised of the main unit and a remote-control unit that mounts under the front edge of the desk. Power is provided via a standard IEC C8 cord.
Two motor connectors and an RJ45 style connector for the remote sit at one end.
The other side has the AC Inlet.
The remote unit has two manual control buttons, four preset buttons, and a memory set button.
Hardware comes in two blister packs. You get an extra of every single type of fastener and the correct wrenches to use them. You even get 10 stick-on cable wraps to keep the desk cords and even your own well maintained.
Each desk ‘leg’ is actually a linear actuator rated for 600 Newtons or roughly 125 pounds-force of lift at 24V.
Each leg has a cable with an 8-pin molded plug.
The legs are about 2 and a half feet long out of the box.
Where each leg meets the desk top, one of these brackets provides support to the front and back edges of the top.
An expanding center rail supports the middle of the desk as well as provides mounting points for everything.
Most of the hardware cant be seen once the desk is assembled.