ABL Udm Black Power Module 1xuk Socket 3.15a 1xrj45 Cat6 In/out

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ABL Udm Black Power Module 1xuk Socket 3.15a 1xrj45 Cat6 In/out
ABL Udm Black Power Module 1xuk Socket 3.15a 1xrj45 Cat6 In/out
  • 1x UK Socket 3.15A, 1x Rj45 Cat6
  • The module is available in Black, with Black aluminium profile
  • Available in up to six UK sockets, USB charge sockets and RJ45 media connections
  • All UK sockets feature integral, spare fuses
  • Integrated 3 Pole Connector enables daisy chaining with other compatible products
  • When used with ABL Conference Top Access, it is perfectly suitable for meeting rooms
  • It is easily installed and fits perfectly into ABL wire basket. Alternatively secured under the desk

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Part Code: 2M403106

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£26.23
£21.86 exc VAT

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Made To Order This is a made to order product and therefore cannot be returned or cancelled

UDM is an easily installed, under desk power module in Black. It is custom made, allowing the choice of different socket types, cutting edge USB smart charge, and one or two RJ45 media connections to be installed. The integrated 3 Pole Connector allows daisy chaining with multiple UDM modules or other similar devices, up to six sockets max.

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