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New Plugmold MultiOutlet Systems Offer Enhanced USB Charging


11/27/2014

 

West Hartford, Conn. — Nov. 19, 2014 – Legrand has expanded its line of Plugmold Multioutlet Systems to offer more USB charging capability.

New units include all-USB options, a unit with alternating USB ports and power receptacles, and one with a single dual USB module and receptacles.

These Plugmold Multioutlet Systems meet the growing demand for device charging in airport departure areas, waiting rooms, homes, and even bars — anywhere people need to charge mobile devices.

All feature dual-port charging modules that share 2.4 amps of charging capacity and can charge multiple phones, tablets, or other mobile devices at the same time.

Other features of the new units:

• All-USB Plugmold Multioutlet Systems provide maximum charging capacity. These easy-to-install units are available in 3-foot and 5-foot lengths with three or five dual USB ports.

• Alternating USB charging modules and power receptacles provide flexibility for direct USB charging, AC adapters, and plug-in appliances. Tamper-resistant receptacles prevent the insertion of foreign objects into receptacles, reducing the risk of shock or electrocution. These units are available in 5-foot lengths only.

• Single USB module and receptacles accommodate bulky AC adapters. Tamper-resistant receptacles provide safety for multi-user facilities, residential living spaces, and kitchens. These units are available in 3-, 5-, and 6-foot lengths.

Designed to mount easily on walls, the low-profile design is convenient to use and aesthetically pleasing.

All new Plugmold units are offered in a variety of colors and finishes, including black, ivory, white, and gray, as well as anodized aluminum and stainless steel.

Units with tamper-resistant receptacles meet 2014 NEC section 406 requirements.

 


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