CMS Dual Lid Affinity Plus in-desk power and communications centre is an effective way of supplying power and communications connections within the workstation, boardroom, conference or meeting tables. The ‘Dual Lid’ enables users to access the box through the stylish anodised aluminium lid from both sides as cables exit through the continuous provision in the […]
November 21st, 2008
CMS Dual Lid Affinity Plus in-desk power and communications centre is an effective way of supplying power and communications connections within the workstation, boardroom, conference or meeting tables. The ‘Dual Lid’ enables users to access the box through the stylish anodised aluminium lid from both sides as cables exit through the continuous provision in the centre of the lids.
The lids sit flush when in use and the unit is fully compatible with Category 6 structured cabling and beyond.
To further enhance work surface connectivity CMS can offers a range of customised Audio Visual Provisions to suit all applications
Delivery time: 1 – 2 weeks
Applications: Work stations and Meeting tables
Finish: Anodised Aluminium, Custom Powdersoat
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