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Saelig Introduces the Cambrionix ‘ModIT’ Modular USB Phone Charging Station

ModIT offers a smarter, faster way to manage mobile phones - charging, syncing, and storage.
Fairport, NY: Saelig Company Inc. has introduced the Cambrionix ‘ModIT’ Modular USB Charging Station – a compact, customizable, modular mobile device charging station, capable of charging and storing mobile devices, with a built-in data management system. It can store, charge, and sync up to 16 or more mobile phones in a modular, expandable system. In addition to mobile device charging, it provides a powerful system to handle data needs, making it much easier and smarter to handle large numbers of shared mobile devices, independant of make or model. The ModIT system can be expanded to suit different requirements by connecting multiple units together to charge, store, and manage up to 96 mobile devices.

The Max Module provides 16 x USB 3.2 ports for mobile phones, with 2.4A (12W) charging for each of the USB ports – suitable for almost any mobile phone. This offers a data transfer rate of up to 40Gbps, compared with 480Mbps for standard USB 2 hubs. The two Thunderbolt™ 3 ports provide access for the host computer and daisy chaining, with the fastest transfer speeds. Built-in fans assist with device cooling.

The Charge Module offers similar capabilities to the Max Module for 16 phones in this self-contained compact charging station module (2.4A/12W charging) but with USB 2 ports. Two additional USB 2.0 ports are provided for host computer connection and for daisy chaining/scaling.

The innovative BOSS Management Module has space for a control computer to be added inside (e.g. Mac Mini, Raspberry Pi, or Intel NUC). This gives the ability to partner with customer software and operating systems already use, saving time when it comes to setting up new operating systems. This module enables powerful extra features, such as an RFID reader for individual slot locking/unlocking, and a 5″ LCD touchscreen for easy control and management of up to 6 docking/charging stations and 96 devices, depending on software limitations. It can permit networking via WiFi or Ethernet, management of the system by a local or off-site IT team or Cloud Service, transferring syncing data, etc. The RFID option can secure devices with individual locking precautions, to enable check-in and check-out functionality with RFID devices. This makes it ideal for shared devices and situations where customers ‘bring their own device’. Considering health issues, ModIT’s integrated antimicrobial technology works to continuously minimize the presence of microbes (bacteria, algae, and fungi) throughout the entire lifecycle of the product. Unique configurable LEDs help the ModIT solution work optimally for individual situations in MacOS, Windows, and Linux scenarios.

ModIT can take the time out of charging, syncing, management and storing needs, and offers a smarter, faster way to oversee the IT maintenance of mobile phones. It is designed and manufactured by Cambrionix Ltd (Cambridge, UK) – leaders in mobile charging technology and connectivity. It is available now from Saelig Company Inc., Fairport, NY.  For detailed specifications, free technical assistance, or additional information, please contact Saelig 1-888-7SAELIG, via email:, or visit

About Saelig Company Inc.
Founded in 1988 in Rochester, New York, Saelig is a North American distributor with a growing reputation for finding and sourcing remarkable, unique test and measurement and control products and components for use in a wide variety of industries. Products lines are continuously added from sources across the globe, and are offered at competitive prices, accompanied by full in-house technical support, exceptional customer service, and fast delivery. For full details of available product lines, please visit

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