FSR has debuted the Modular Linx System (MLS), an expandable power platform that distributes two-20 Amp AC power circuits to create a relocatable and reusable modular power system. The MLS applications include classrooms, libraries, training and multi-purpose sites, ballrooms, conference rooms, data processing and call centers or any scenario that would benefit from daisy-chained power distribution.
MLS utilizes a patented locking connector designed for rugged use in a small form factor. This UL listed, CSA certified system is typically installed under the work surface as a single or dual circuit with a power distribution box at each point of use, or can be used in open ceilings and walls. It can also incorporate Y-cables to split the system at any point along its path.
The power for MLS can originate from the floor via FSR’s Smart-Way Furniture Feed Device Box or poke through, from a pluggable single gang wall plate or it can be directly hard-wired. MLS units are interconnected with connecting cables, which can be daisy-chained together to make longer cables or create a separation point.
FSR’s new MLS system incorporates a number of key features to optimize operation including, two to forty daisy-chained plugs; ability to interrupt current (make or break) under full load; and fully encapsulated connectors for reliability and safety. MLS is suitable for use in environmental air handling spaces (plenums) and is built around an eco-friendly design. A minimum system comes standard with an input-feed, power distribution boxes and connecting cables.
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