The zioxi Rechargeable Midi powerHubs are mobile, table height, AC power banks which provide AC mains and intelligent USB power for up to 6 mobile devices such as laptops, Chromebooks, iPads & smartphones – anywhere, anytime. The wireless, rechargeable midi power hub doesn’t require plugging into a mains socket (except for re-charging).
Choose from different power socket configurations, hub heights, colours and rechargeable battery capacities. Battery life management and safety circuitry built in as standard. Supplied with the essential zioxi onView web app for battery and charging management, remote power control, and location and usage information. A truly mobile AC power tower.
The zioxi Rechargeable powerHubs with onView technology are mobile AC power banks which provide AC mains and USB power where ever you need it. Especially for those areas without mains sockets but with mobile device usage.
Find out more about onView for powerHubs.
to manage, schedule and lock down use.
automatically charges at low carbon energy times.
to automatically stop recharging when fully charged to save power and prolong battery lift
to ensure batteries are recharged regularly and when required.
monitoring and alerts if issues occur.
monitoring and control to ensure safe powerHub operation.
to trigger alerts or actions as you need.
on powerHub usage, charge times, location and much more.
so your powerHub is always getting smarter.
|Rechargeable midi tower, mobile power hub 5, with AC outlets (2 mains, 2 USB sockets – 1A, 1C) in a powerDome and onView technology (1200 Wh battery capacity). 3 year onView subscription.
|35 dia x 79H
|Rechargeable midi tower, mobile power hub 5, with AC outlets (3 mains sockets) in a powerDome and onView technology (1200 Wh battery capacity). 3 year onView subscription.
|35 dia x 79H
* Change -UK to -EU to specify EU (Schuko Type F) mains sockets and power lead
See Rechargeable powerHubs for the full range of zioxi Power Towers.
|Aluminium housing, powder coated in white. Compact laminate top in a choice of colours (White or Lime Green as standard, other options on request (additional costs & MOQs may apply).
|Power Input Connection
|Requires 1 mains power socket for recharging. UK, EU & most other country options available.
|Power Output Connections
|Mains power – UK & EU (Schuko) sockets as standard, other socket types on request. Not for use with high powered devices such as vacuum cleaners, kettles & heaters. (UK sockets fitted with 3.15A fuse). Output AC voltages of 220V, 230V and 240V all supported.
USB power – socket pairs with 1 type A & 1 type C port with a maximum output of 25W across both ports.
The USB Type C port supports the Power Delivery (PD3.0) specification with voltage / max current combinations of 5V/3A, 9V/2.22A, 15V/1.65A and 20V/1.2A, so suitable for charging small type C enabled devices including tablets and phones. (USB-C 12V devices not supported).
The USB Type A port supports the Fast Charge (QC3.0/QC2.0) specification with voltage / max current combinations of 5V/3A, 9V/2A and 12V/1.5A, so suitable for charging phones, tablets and other small USB devices.
Soft start, low/over voltage, short circuit, overload & overheat protection as standard.
|Deep cycle, rechargeable and replaceable Lithium Iron Phosphate battery technology. Regular charging advised.
Midi power towers have a rechargeable battery capacity of approximately 1200Wh output. Fast recharge time of around 2.5 hours from a fully discharged state. An incredibly long life of 2000 full recharge cycles.
As an indication, the battery capacity of a 13.3” MacBook Air is 50Wh. Note there will be power conversion losses in the mobile device charging electronics and the powerHub system – these inefficiencies will vary by device. Capacity may vary with time.
|2 years for powerHub and electronics, batteries as per battery manufacturer’s warranty. Warranty, support and battery health management require a WiFi connection to the zioxi onView cloud service.
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