In this day and age, most of us are never too far from mobile electronic devices, whether we're at home or on the road. With GPS systems, tablets, smartphones, laptops and other portable electronics, having a way to keep them charged during travel has become essential. Not to mention there is added safety in having a fully charged cell phone with you in case of an emergency. Of course, if you are traveling with a group, you'll want to make sure you can accommodate everyone's devices. Luckily, using a charging station in your RV can provide a solution to this issue.
There are two types of wall-mounted charging stations from Diamond Group that are helpful if you don't need a lot of docking stations to charge your devices. The 61025USB is a combination USB and 12V charger. Whether you need a USB port to charge your device or not, either way you're covered. Typically however, most mobile devices do make use of a USB. To that end, the 61031USB is a double USB port charger. It is available in white, black or ivory and features a beveled surface. Both of these units have a hidden screw installation to give a more finished appearance in your RV.
If more charging capacity is what you need, the RV Designer PowerQube portable power station has the ability to charge up to 9 different devices at once. It features three USB ports and six AC plugs, and works with any brand, whether it's Apple, Samsung or another manufacturer. It is unique in that when using a USB connection, it can charge a device independently, based on the requirements of that device. It has a compact design so it can be placed almost anywhere and operates off a single outlet, using 2 amps of power on the USB ports. The PowerQube has its own surge protection, so you don't have to worry about power surges, even if every outlet is being utilized. Besides your RV, the PowerQube is versatile enough to be used at home as well.
These charging stations make it easy to keep your smartphone, GPS system or other device fully functional while RVing. If you have questions regarding any of these items, please feel free to
By Julie T
RV Charging Stations