Hoping to hear some opinions about the dilemma.
Situation: A home entertainment center, which now has an uninterruptible power supply. The UPS is currently plugged into an outlet, definitely acceptable. However, on occasion I want to move the UPS to a different location. These occasions are very rare, until now not every 90 days. When I want to move the UPS, it requires moving the very heavy entertainment center, which even moving once a year is difficult.
So, the question is, can I use a Relocatable Power Tap, in order to make moving the UPS more convenient? I don't want to install another outlet in the location where it would be convenient to plug the UPS directly into, as at some point I might change the furniture. If it is an interesting detail, the entertainment center did originally come with an installed RPT, but I want to use a different RPT. The UPS is movable, but as has been mentioned, not planned on moving every 90 days. This is a residence though, so I don't know if the 90 day OSHA rule would apply.
A bit of a tangential question, can you install an additional outlet in the living room from the bedroom branch? I've tried to research this, in a way I'd think it is a poor idea as the breaker for the living room wouldn't turn off all living room outlets, but it would also be a way of using two different branch circuits for the greater electrical loads of the living room. I know you can't do another outlet to a different room from a bathroom circuit, but I've not seen the room to room prohibited.