Power and data
Table power and data options

WallGoldfinger Furniture's custom designed, exclusive standard fixture box include two simplex power outlets and three openings for additional technology (LEX-217)

Table power and data options

Tabletop fixture boxes are often disguised with wooden hatch lids (TMW-207)

Table power and data options

Metal hatch lids are another popular choice (BNP-471)

Table power and data options

Many custom box choices are available (CIT-874)

Table power and data options

Fixture boxes and hatch lids can become part of a decorative element of a table (CIT-874)

Table power and data options

WallGoldfinger Furniture often works with AV suppliers to create the opening and hatch lid for the box that is then installed onsite (ETO-864)

Table power and data options

Power and data is required for today's laptops, tablets, speaker phones and more (GOO-635)

Table power and data options

Back-to-back power and data boxes may be required to accommodate seating on both sides of the table (GOO-635)

Table power and data options

This custom box is done in metal (VER-229)

Table power and data options

This brushed stainless steel double hatch lid covers an extra large box (VIN-999)

Table power and data options

The brush-like edge allows wires to pass through even with the lids closed (VIN-999)

Table power and data options

Wooden boxes generally have a tapered edge and small gap to allow wires to pass through (UTC-407)

Table power and data options

Boxes with metal hatch lids also have a small gap for wires to pass through when the lid is closed (GUY-179)

Table power and data options

Power is available in a table apron (REN-145)

Table power and data options

This sought-after alternative keeps the tabletop surface pristine (REN-145)

Table power and data options

This tabletop of stone and veneer remain free of technology thanks to apron power (FED-554)

Table power and data options

Apron power can include the simple and the complex (TJX-405)

Table power and data options

Apron power can be exposed (MIT-483)

Table power and data options

Or it can be covered with a manually retractable lid (MIT-483)

Table power and data options

This image is the real-life outcome of the previous two concept illustrations (MIT-483)

Table power and data options

A large marble-topped elliptical boardroom table features power and data drawers (HSB-760)

Table power and data options

A concept illustration shows a basic power and data drawer (SON-646)

Table power and data options

A closer up look shows the power and data unit at the back of the drawer and storage up front (SON-646)

Table power and data options

WallGoldfinger Furniture's new, exclusive Covert Glide under table system, which manually pulls out and then automatically retracts, is perfect for tables with a slim edge

Table power and data options

The Covert Glide is shown in a concept illustration as if it had been pulled out by the user. In reality, it would be completely out of sight under the table. (SON-646)

Get connected with the help of WallGoldfinger

WallGoldfinger Furniture offers a host of power and data options to help today’s modern businessperson stay connected. Power and data boxes in a tabletop covered with a veneer or metal hatch lid are common. Apron power alternatives, with and without retractable lids, and power drawers are growing in popularity. Apron power, or power in a table’s edge, allows a tabletop to remain pristine. And WallGoldfinger Furniture’s exclusive under table Covert Glide power system cannot be seen at all and is perfect for tables with a slim edge. View the gallery above to see these options.

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