Scanstrut Announces New Waterproof Wireless Phone Mounting Technology
Published: Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Outdoor technologies leader Scanstrut recently announced a new addition to their groundbreaking waterproof ROKK wireless range: ROKK Wireless – Active, the world’s first 12/24V waterproof wireless charging phone mount.
ROKK Wireless – Active securely holds and wirelessly charges your phone even in the toughest conditions. Now you can keep your phone in reach, fully charged and ready to go. Perfect for boat consoles or any vehicle working outside in the elements, the simple one-handed operation allows you to easily dock your phone and instantly start charging. No connection needed. The high-grip, self-aligning jaws ensure your phone is held tightly and in the optimum charging position every time.
Featuring Qi-certified wireless charging technology and a “Smart” LED that indicates when your phone is charging, then throw in foreign object detection and thermal cut-off, and you’re guaranteed safe, reliable charging in all environments.
Compatible with wireless charging enabled phones of all sizes from all major brands including Samsung, Apple, and many more, charging is also possible through non-metallic, waterproof cases.
The innovative charging mount has been subjected to Scanstrut’s harshest environmental, vibration, impact, and on-water testing programs. This is combined with their world-renowned expertise in waterproofing technologies, UV stabilization techniques, and premium grade materials to ensure Active is the best and only choice to make when it comes to mounting and wirelessly charging your phone outdoors.
Commenting on the ROKK Wireless Active, Scanstrut CEO Tom Reed said, “This latest addition to our waterproof wireless charger range is a real game changer. It gives one-handed mounting and instant charging, putting your phone exactly where you need it so now you can dock, charge, and connect anywhere on-board.”
Find out more at www.scanstrut.com/rokk-wireless or contact [email protected].
This article first appeared in the Launch Issue (May/Jun) 2019 of Great Lakes Scuttlebutt magazine.