Materials Handling Product: Heavy-duty cart offers mobile power supply to battery-run equipment

A single column, heavy-duty mobile cart with integrated power supplies battery power to electrical equipment without being limited by a power cord.

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A single column, heavy-duty mobile cart with integrated power supplies battery power to electrical equipment without being limited by a power cord. The power supply cart II has four 120-volt receptacles positioned on the sides of the column and can power a laptop PC for 8 hours or thermal label printer for an entire shift. The battery is recharges in a standard electrical outlet. Measuring 24 x 42 x 27, the cart holds up to 150 pounds. Options include a keyboard drawer, mouse holder, monitor mount, shelving or drawers. Anthro, 800-325-3841, www.anthro.com.


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