Gamber-Johnson, an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer of rugged docking stations and vehicle mounting, has announced a partnership with Mobile Mounts to sell and distribute the company's Vehicle Power Distribution Units (VPDU).

Mobile Mounts is known for mobile data integration, and the company's Vehicle Power Distribution Unit powers and protects mobile data equipment all from one central location. With multiple configurations, the VPDU can assist with power distribution to several devices while offering a space-saving solution in already tight quarters.

"Today's mobile office has become a complex mix of sensitive electrical equipment from traditional radios and sirens, to sophisticated computers and video camera systems," states Doug Hustedt, Gamber-Johnson's Product Manager for Docking Stations. "It is critical that these devices work when required and are protected from low and high voltage damage; it is also important to protect the vehicle battery from over-discharge." Mobile Mounts' VPDU products can be connected to several common components used in vehicles and offer features like an adjustable time delay range, an automatic activation by sensing battery voltage, an over-ride switch for on-demand operation, and four circuits controlled by the timer.

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About Gamber-Johnson

In business since 1954, Gamber-Johnson is known for its rugged docking stations and vehicle mounts, and is a member of the Leggett & Platt Commercial Vehicle Products (CVP) Group. Customers of all sizes – state and local governments, transportation, field service organizations, and mobile professionals – rely on Gamber-Johnson's vehicle mounting systems and docking stations on a daily basis. Gamber-Johnson vehicle mounting systems are installed in thousands of fleets worldwide.

About Mobile Mounting Solutions Inc.

A value-added solution and installation provider, Mobile Mounts also develops specialized mounting and power management products that complement what is already commercially available. The company's nationwide customer base includes more than 100 major gas, water, and electric utilities; telephone companies; cable providers; insurance adjusters; and dozens of smaller businesses and co-ops.