Understanding Cubicle Panel Sharingc0lAdm1n
Understanding Cubicle Panel Sharing, what to know when buying cubicles
When we purchase used cubicles from a company to re-sell, they are typically configured in packs like #1 above. There are a specific number of powered and non-powered panels in this 10-pack. In this case, 17 panels to support 10 stations.
Cubicle pricing is based on selling these cubicles in the same layout or configuration as when the cubicles were originally purchased. If a cubicle lay-out is needed like #2 or #3 above, it will require more panels. This may result in a price increase. Drawing #2 and #3 (above) require 22 panels instead of 17.
Another factor is Power Feeds. Cubicles are connected to building power with a Base-in Power feed and/or a Power Pole. In drawing #1, ONE feed is required. In drawing #2, TWO feeds are required. Drawing #3 ay require THREE feeds. One for each “cluster” or “pack” of cubicles.
Here is an example of floor plan from typical cubicle buy-back, lots of packs