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Mobile Power Strip Increases Versatility


6/11/2018

Introduced at CES 2018, Bretford’s Juice Mobile Power – the world’s first mobile Active Charging solution – is now available to order and ship. A game changer for IT and facility managers, Juice Mobile Power brings safe, DC power from one outlet to the entire room via a flexible, mobile system. With its built-in FLI Charge safety technology, Juice Mobile Power has received Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and ETL certification ahead of its debut.

“Juice Mobile Power delivers power throughout the room, allowing greater flexibility for people to charge their mobile devices,” said Chris Petrick, CEO of Bretford. “This intuitive product will make a major difference, enabling schools, businesses and individuals to keep up with the power demands of the mobile device driven world we live in.”

Juice Mobile Power eliminates the tangled web of non-compliant, overloaded extensions cords by delivering a safe, flexible way to turn a single wall outlet into a power source for the entire classroom or office, at a fraction of the cost of a retrofit. Through its FLI Charge safety technology, Juice Mobile Power smartly detects foreign objects and instantly power down to ensure safety, powering up once the object has been removed from the powered surface. The software for the safety circuit has been certified under ETL, which covers the safe operations of embedded safety controls. Juice Mobile Power has also undergone all required FCC testing.

“The interest in Juice Mobile Power has been overwhelming,” Petrick said. “Receiving FCC and ETL certification further solidifies this product’s ability to change the way power is delivered at an infrastructure level.”


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