Rolling TV Carts for Education

Use Rolling TV Stands to Help Enhance Learning on a Tight Budget

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Do more with less. This is the challenge facing virtually every school, particularly when it comes to in-classroom technology.

Not everyone learns the same way, but strong visuals enhance learning for most students. That’s why TVs and interactive white boards are common tools for today’s teachers. However, keeping classrooms equipped with the latest technology might quickly break the budget.

Cut Costs with Shared Resources

With a rolling TV cart for flat-screen TVs, a school can keep technology expenditures in check by sharing displays and interactive white boards among a number of classrooms. When the lesson plan calls for A/V resources, the teacher simply wheels a height-adjustable TV stand in front of students to make learning more engaging and exciting. And by using the built-in adjustments such as height and tilt that are found on many rolling TV stands, the teacher can ensure all students have a clear view of the screen. This isn’t possible with conventional projectors.

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What is a Public Safety DAS System?

The global public safety in-building wireless DAS market is estimated to grow from $404.2 million in 2016 to $1,740.1 million by 2021.

What Is It?
A Distributed Antenna System (DAS) is a network of antennae that communicate with a central hub to distribute signals over an area or building, such as stadiums, hospitals, campuses and airports. A DAS extends coverage across multiple antennae to provide coverage in all areas of a building, where signals could normally be degraded or dropped.  In public safety applications, the central communication hub requires uninterrupted power to ensure emergency responders can communicate over the network. [Read more…]

The Need for Tablet Charging Stations in Schools and Classrooms

These days it’s not unusual to find tablets in the classroom. Devices like Chromebooks, iPads and e-readers have become important educational tools. But as the popularity of mobile devices continues to grow, charging and storing multiple tablets in limited space becomes a clutter problem and a security risk. And shrinking school budgets don’t provide for costly replacement of lost or stolen hardware.

The question for school administrators becomes, how do you balance device charging and security with space and budget limitations? [Read more…]

Considering a Wall-Mount Rack? Here are 5 Convincing Facts

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1. You can secure equipment in minimal space
Wall-mount rack cabinets are perfect for housing equipment like servers and audio/video consoles in rooms with limited floor space like wiring closets. They come with adjustable vertical mounting rails with square holes that accommodate all standard 19‑inch rack equipment, and sturdy steel frames are rated up to 250 lb. Plus, you don’t have to worry about unwanted access because you can protect equipment with a hinged wall-bracket lock. [Read more…]

Charge Tablets, Laptops and E-Readers in Tight Spaces

Tablets are popping up in every type of business and institution: education, healthcare, retail, restaurants, industrial and more. As tablets multiply in schools, hospitals, retailers, office and industry, charging and storing several devices in limited space becomes a big headache and an even bigger security risk. [Read more…]