polarICE Power Unit

OEPOLICE
About This Product

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Summary

PolarICE is very adaptable due to its range of appearance and fitting options. Availability of options include USB fast charging sockets, country specific AC power sockets and Data/AV modules. The wide range of fixing options allows polarICE to be quickly and neatly fitted to most desks and screens. polarICE has been designed to allow shape customisation, either before or after the unit is installed.

Description

  • Configuration: Power/USB charging only / Data/AV only or combined Power/USB charging and Data/AV Internal segregation between Power and Data/AV in combined polarICE.
  • Insulation: Earthed aluminium casing with fire retardant ABS fascias. Internal 2000V protective membrane is incorporated to give additional insulation/protection.
  • Earth Bonding: Discreet ‘easy-connect’ earth terminal in endcap of unit as standard via female push-on.
  • Fusing: (to enable compliance to BS6396) 5 x 20mm anti-surge ceramic fuses, with colour-coded fuseclips to denote the rating (3.15A/5A).
  • Security: Anti-Flex system: A unique full length locking system, which guarantees unit integrity, regardless of the length of the unit.
  • Colour: polarICE is supplied as standard with RAL 9003 white 'SnapOn-SnapOff' frames and endcaps.

Specification

Part Number OEPOLICE
Singular module length: 66.25mm
End Cap length: 36mm

What our customers say

"The range of height adjustments available provides a flexible option for shorter and taller users alike and makes it a longer-term proposition . Very quick and simple to adjust this is ideal when the workspace needs to be used by a range of people at a time as is the case in our Physiotherapy clinic. Superb product and highly recommended."

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