EXPO NEWS: Arconas to showcase inPower Flex 3 power module for airport seating

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Representing the latest development in power outlets for airport seating, the new inPower Flex 3 module by Arconas will be showcased at this year’s Passenger Terminal Expo, taking place in Stockholm, Sweden, on March 20-22.

With its sleek new design, the inPower Flex 3 module enables passengers to recharge their personal electronics from a comfortable seated position. The device was designed with USB Type-C ports, the newest standard in USB charging, as well as two AC receptacles.

USB Type-C can charge any type of mobile device without an AC adapter. Its adaptive fast charging allows one cable to work on a wide range of devices and accessories, and the module works with devices to optimize charging speed.

Arconas will also be on hand to discuss its exclusive partnership for the airport furniture market with Amulet Protective Technologies, the premier manufacturer of ballistic protection for public spaces. Arconas has developed the option to seamlessly integrate Amulet’s ballistic barrier panel solution behind the back cushion of its Flyaway seating series.

Amulet can invisibly transform a standard Flyaway unit into a safe haven in the event of an active shooting. Amulet technology is invisible to the public and its design works in conjunction with human behavior to protect bystanders and first responders when during incidents of gun violence.

This ballistic barrier solution is compliant with safety regulations and has been tested to NIJ (National Institute of Justice) 0108.01 Level IIIA for handgun threats. Visit Arconas on stand 900 to learn more about its Amulet and inPower Flex 3 solutions.

To book your place at Passenger Terminal Expo and Conference, click here.

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