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Battery power station...?

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I'm working in an office that doesn't have power to my desk.... don't ask. Anyway.... so they're looking to buy large charging stations they can put at each desk and charge at night.... Google is useless. Advice? Thanks!

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I have not really heard of anything, but you can make things, such as using UPS batteries and an inverter to power devices. You could also just use the batteries, but typically you would have to deal with the voltage difference.


It seems to me that it would be cheaper to run power to the desk, from the ceiling. You can also run power cords using the floor protectors, although it can still be a tripping risk.


Other than that, can you be more specific. Are you talking about something which they move around? Or run power cords to it? What needs to be powered?

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