Middle Atlantic Products Hub

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Middle Atlantic Products Hub

This all-in-one furniture solution for collaboration spaces is designed to maximize equipment storage and cable management. Each Hub is comprised of a tabletop featuring a Wiremold InteGreat table box providing power and data for easy BYOD integration. These are supported by Middle Atlantic’s TechPed technology pedestal featuring integrated Lever Lock plates for small device mounting and two Wiremold HDMI cable retractors to facilitate connectivity for anyone at the table. Shipping full assembled for easy integration, the TechPed also includes 4RU of space with room for additional cable retractors and power distribution with a four-outlet power strip. It also includes a wall-mount bracket for flat-panel displays with an additional four-out power strip that mounts to the table bracket for connections close to the display. An optional tower can be used to mount displays directly to the table in a freestanding configuration. GREENGUARD Gold-certified and available in more than 50 color options and various shapes and table lengths.

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