Charging Station - 12 Devices

£499.99

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CHGSTA12-1K
  • Versatile mounting options - wall mount, place on a table top, or stack two together with optional casters for mobility.
  • Efficient power distribution for all of your devices from one plug
  • Cable management easily organizes power supplies and routes cables to each device
  • Secure locking door and power supply compartment keeps devices safe. Option to add your own padlock for extra security
  • Easily store and charge almost any chromebook, laptop, or tablet with screens up to 15"
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The V7 Charging Station allows you to secure, store and charge up to 12 Chromebook, laptop, or tablet devices with up to 15” screens. It has versatile mounting options including wall mount, table top, or stack two together and add optional casters for mobility. Easy to deploy with numbered shelves, durable device slots and well-designed power management. Numbered device spaces and corresponding individual power supply slots make it easy to use. Made from high-grade 18 gauge cold rolled steel, the Charging Station also features a secure locking door with key, secure power supply compartment, and an option to add your own padlock.
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Country Of Origin China
EAN 662919104929
Model CHGSTA12-1K
Warranty 5 years
Compliance RoHS
Package Type One Color
Package Includes Charging Station, 6 ft (1.83 m) Power Cord, Wall Mount Bracket, User manual
Country Of Origin China
Color Black
Size 15.0 in
Material High-grade 18 gauge cold rolled steel
Cable Management Yes
Device Slot Dimensions 13.74 x 1.38 x 10.7 in (349 × 35 × 272 mm)
Fully Assembled Yes
Product Dim (L/W/H) 24.02 x 16.93 x 20.67 in (610 x 430 x 525 mm)
Product Weight 77.16 lbs (35 kg)
Package Dim (L/W/H) 26.38 x 19.29 x 23.03 in (670 x 490 x 585 mm)
Package Weight 79.37 lbs (36 kg)

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