I've currently got 12 notebooks, HP ProBook 4535s, that are being used by a local government group for board meetings. These are used only for the board members during the board meetings and only to display the content off of their intranet web servers. So they're pulled out of their closet, setup, and put back into their closet after use.
What I'm trying to reverse engineer is something to easily mount the power packs under the conference room table. I need to be able to have someone plug these in, secure the power packs, and disassemble the whole mess relatively easily. The table already has a dozen holes in it for dropping the power cables through and we've currently got power mounted under the table, what I'm looking for is something like this:
I've seen these kinds of things around over the years used for mounting power packs in data closets. I have no idea what the heck the actual term for it would be.
So the actual question: What the heck is that thing called and where can I buy a dozen? Alternative answers I wouldn't mind seeing: How the heck can I do this differently?