Power delivery system Juice Mobile Power has been certified by the United States Federal Communications Commission and Intertek's ETL, charging technology firm FLI Charge announced Tuesday. The two certifications mark one of the final steps toward making the product ready for the market, with a company spokesperson confirming as much in an emailed statement.
The Juice Mobile Power platform has been developed by B2B solutions provider Bretford who licensed FLI Charge's technology in order to deliver an energy-efficient system that's both modular and straightforward to use, having been designed for indoor installations, primarily by running through the floor, allowing for fast Active Charging, and circumventing the limitations of traditional electrical infrastructure. A brief video concept demonstrating the capabilities of the Juice Mobile Power system can be seen below. The code-compliant power delivered by the newly certified platform also has a smart component, with the setup being capable of detecting foreign objects and instantly powering down so as to avoid accidents and ensure highest safety standards, with those capabilities being directly enabled by FLI Charge's technology, the company claims.
Once a foreign object has left the vicinity of any critical system points, the solution is capable of powering up again on its own, i.e. resuming normal operations without any manual intervention. ETL also certified the software framework managing those safety mechanisms, officially deeming it ready for commercialization. The Juice Mobile Power package will be offered to enterprises, healthcare facilities, and educational institutions. FLI Charge believes its patented technologies can fundamentally change the manner in which power is delivered to electronics, having been design to do so "at an infrastructure level," according to the firm's CEO Cliff Weinstein. Bretford is ready to ship the Juice Mobile Power system as of today, the company confirmed. Some of its reseller partners include B&H, HP, Apple, and Best Buy, so the power delivery solution should be available to any eligible entity in the country one way or another.