The Power to Perform with USB
USB cables INCLUDED with Towers Use the power bricks that come with devices to send home with students for remote school days or evening homework. Save money by not buying second power bricks.
Savings for today and tomorrow
Rather than a standard power delivery unit (PDU) in the rear of the tower, this Series has a USB-A PDU. Use device power bricks for remote learning $33 x 20 power bricks = $660 saved
“ The Racine Unified School board was informed… of the purchase of 6,000 charging cords at a total cost of about $198,000.”
The Journal Times, Technology and Education May 6th, 2020 – Caitlin Sievers
Quick Setup and Maintenance Free
From box to deployment in 10 minutes
Use the included USB-A to USB-C 2.0 cables to wire our Towers once and enjoy maintenance free cable management for your full device life cycle – or longer.
Standard Outlet Charging
PowerGistics Towers charge all devices simultaneously, from a standard outlet.
Antimicrobial coating available
Student-Managed Single-Touch deployment
Social Distance deployment without losing teaching time
Matches today’s and tomorrow’s ever-changing device deployment needs.
Towers are available in 8, 12, 16 or 20 shelf options.
Towers can be wall mounted, free standing with Just-a-Stand, or mobile with the Rolling Stand.
PowerGistics enhances your device deployment with the needed flexibility to evolve with today’s ever-changing educational environment.
Tower8 Plus USB Tower12 Plus USB Tower16 Plus USB Tower20 Plus USBDownloadable PDF on USB Towers
Each port has a current up to 2.1 amps for sleep and charge. Ideal for Chromebooks, tablets and other devices with a maximum power supply of 45W or less.
Average time to charge
11” Chromebook from 0% battery to 100% = 5 hours. Built in surge protector prevents devices from damage by volt spikes. Input 100-250VAC Output 5V 2.1A each port
Certifications UL 60590 • ETL C-ETL 5003979
USB Power Strip Protection
The individual ports in the USB power strips used in PowerGistics Towers cycle on and off under thermal overload. This simply means that if the port becomes too hot, it will cycle off until cool enough to resume.
This is accompanied by a built in surge protector that prevents devices from being damaged by voltage spikes.
A Note about Smart/Cycle/Intelligent Charging
Why pay extra for unneeded bells and whistles? Smart Power Management is really only needed while attempting to charge too many higher current devices that can overload your electrical circuit.
PowerGistics Towers charge all devices simultaneously from a standard outlet. No need to worry about this affecting the device battery. Modern devices already have built-in software that regulates charging to ensure devices are not overcharged. As PC Magazine explains, “The one thing all the experts agree upon is that smartphones are smart enought that they do not let an overload happen. Extra protection chips inside make sure that can’t happen in a tablet or smartphone, or even a laptop. Once the internal Lithium-ion battery hits 100 percent of its capacity, charging stops.”
Remember that “smart” doesn’t always mean superior.