The dash Furniture Power Center can be added directly into furniture, while the dash Power Tower brings power to indoor spaces with a free-standing tower.
Legrand has introduced its new dash configurable power solutions with the launch of the dash Furniture Power Center and dash Power Tower.
The dash system includes three products launching in 2022 that offer customizable access to power and charging through pre-installed power or data-delivering cube configurations. Allowing designers to specify configurations to meet the needs of commercial spaces, the dash Furniture Power Center is added directly into furniture, while the dash Power Tower brings power to spaces with a free-standing tower.
“We are pleased to offer designers the true customization they have always craved while also providing end users easy access and control of power and data wherever needed,” said Kathleen Neighbors, product manager at Legrand. “With so many potential configurations and options, the dash offering is designed with the future in mind and meets the needs of any environment. We cannot wait to see how designers customize their projects without sacrificing great design.”
The dash Furniture Power Center and Power Tower debut as phase one of Legrand’s dash Configurable Power solutions, with a third product, the dash Desktop Power Center, slated to launch later this year.
Furniture Power Center
The dash Furniture Power Center can be added into existing furniture, providing access to power and data. In addition, the furniture power center could be used in hospitality spaces allowing control of nearby cord-ended devices with built-in switching controls. It offers simple installation, requiring minimal hardware, and is designed to blend into commercial spaces.
The system features a device holding several pre-installed power or data cubes and can be installed into any type of existing furniture such as a sofa, chair, tabletop, headboard, etc. The offering comes in two standard finishes, white and graphite cubes with matching trim plates. Later this year, additional trim plates will be available for purchase separately in stainless, bronze and brass finishes.
Standard products come in two-to-four size cube configurations. The system can be made-to-order with up to six cube configurations based on the desired specifications. The current cube functions and designs include a push-button light switch, combo USB A/C port, tamper-resistant (traditional or rotated) receptacle, data port adapters and a circuit breaker. As the dash product line is expanded, additional cubes and functionality will be made available.
The dash Power Tower is a free-standing tower that supplies interior spaces with access to power and charging. Available in either graphite or white finishes, the product comes in a standard height of 3-ft. The retractable 8-ft. power cord allows the tower to be moved and placed within spaces where access is needed while storing unused length of cable in its base.