Ashley Link 60

Studio by Dekko is re-defining the way we charge. With integrated Power-Delivery technology far beyond its time, Ashley™ Link 60 offers an elegant and polished aesthetic paralleled with it's state-of-the-art interface and industry-leading 60 Watt Power-Delivery (PD) USB-C charging capabilities. Devices can now replenish battery power faster than ever before. 

Materials & Finishes

Standard Metal Finishes
Black
White
Silver
Standard Plastic Colors
Black
Grey
White

Materials & Finishes

Standard Metal Finishes
Black
White
Silver
Standard Plastic Colors
Black
Grey
White

POWER

  • 2 AC 15 Amp 120 Volt Power Outlets
  • 70 Watt Charging Capacity: 2.1A/10.5W USB Port and 3A/60W USB-C Port

 

INTELLIGENCE

Integrated with industry-leading 60 Watt capacity, accelerate battery charging to any USB-C PD-enabled device without the worry of circuitry damage caused by traditional chargers

 

CERTIFICATIONS

UL 962A Listed
UL 1310 Recognized
Meets UL Spill Requirements
Class 2, FCC Part 15 A Approved
Meets USB.org Battery Charging 1.2 Specifications

Charging Forward with Power-Delivery Technology

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As the progressive USB-C type cable shifts positions as the new industry standard, future tech devices will continue to incorporate USB-C as the charging plateform with integrated Power-Delivery Technology capabilities. This positions USB-C as a universal interface between multple devices.

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When a USB-C PD-enabled device is is plugged into a USB-C PD-enabled charging port, like the Cove 60W, the PD port detects the connected device from the shared USB-C cord; delivering maximum power the device can accept - up to 60 Watts.

The only thing worse than running out of power is waiting for devices to charge back up. With Ashley™ Link 60, the wait is over. Equipped with an intelligent Power-Delivery USB-C port, it offers the fastest possible charging speed and power permitted for today’s devices. Now you cut charge times in half on any device, anywhere, without the worry of circuitry damage caused by traditional chargers. Some would call that a smart move. We call it a power move.