Instructional Health Theater




The overall height of the exhibit cases are approximately 72” which is higher than the tallest average adult visitor. Each exhibit also features a solid state recording device that at the push of a button, will verbally describe the function, or purpose of the exhibit and test the user. SDHC card storage so the recordings can be updated with ease. Updating is as easy by using windows recorder and speaking into a microphone. Verbal recording integration relates to the very young, the illiterate and the visually disabled by adding an informative human quality to exhibits. Three dimensional models are also part of the exhibit.


Each exhibit console is fabricated with high quality plywood, laminates and sturdy aluminum frames. We never use pressed wood products. The glue we use is a strong low environmental impact adhesive. Our laminate glue is also low VOC and we also use RoHS approved components to reduce environmental impact whenever possible. The base decorative panels and auxiliary control panels are brushed aluminum.  The display shelves and doors on the demonstration version of the exhibit are run on ball bearing slides and counterbalanced to reduce stress on the electromechanical mechanisms. The servos for each shelf and door feature lathe turned constant pressure roller mechanisms which move the doors and shelves, but act as a slip clutch under stress to prevent breakage or pinching. The control of the consoles is initiated by remote control which is coded to prevent false triggering. The receivers contain decoder circuitry combined with relays and MOS FET technology to operate specific functions. The power supplies are linear regulated supplies which operate at 12 VDC, 8 VDC and 5 VDC respectively to each function but that plug into regular outlets. For US projects the main power is standard 120 VAC but for foreign projects we supply power supplied and cords to match local utilities. All electronic components are derated to drastically increase life. Lights are super bright LEDS that last for many years without need of replacement. Sound effects for the exhibits are produced by oscillators, sound synthesizer circuits and amplifiers. Voice kiosk functions for each exhibit section are recorded on SDHC cards. Backlit displays are photo translucent renderings of our graphic arts images with electronically actuated animated solid state light sources.  Plastic covers for the images are unbreakable polycarbonate. Exhibits are available in a wide variety of colors.


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7-year warranty against defects in our workmanship; Free Life-time phone/internet technical support; Life-time parts supply sourcing for our exhibits at wholesale prices. See more details below.

Our exhibits have a long service life expectancy, with many units still functioning smoothly at 15 years plus. They are so easy to maintain and repair, that it usually takes regular museum staff only 15 to 20 minutes.






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