Historic California museum chooses Videotel’s HD2600 signage player to power its high-tech wall

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When AV Integrators for the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum needed a digital signage solution to power its 117-panel high-tech wall, it looked to Videotel, Inc.

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“The Sunnyvale Historical Society has been successfully using Videotel products for over six years as part of our high-tech wall including 117 panels and related artifacts" said Johan Koning, Vice President of Technical Operations.

When developers for the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum needed a digital signage solution to power its 117-panel high-tech wall, it looked to Videotel Inc.’s HD2600 industrial DVD player to do the job. Created to honor the trailblazing heritage of Sunnyvale, Calif., through docent-led presentations, the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum is a replica of the original home of the Murphy family, one of the original settlers in the Santa Clara Valley.

Videotel’s HD2600 is a true industrial grade HD DVD player designed for rugged use and displays crystal clear HD video content. It is designed to automatically power on, auto, play, auto repeat and auto loops content seamlessly without menus, remotes or manual interaction. The HD2600 is a high definition, UL-approved DVD player ideal for environments that desire a simple solid state digital signage solution or digital display.

The museum provides space for the Sunnyvale Historical Society’s child education program, accommodating 3,000 students per year. The HD2600 player are used to continuously show short videos as part of the permanent and rotating exhibits each year at the museum.

“The Sunnyvale Historical Society has been using Videotel products for over six years as part of our high-tech wall. This wall consists of 117 panels that contain artifacts and/or video screens driven by the HD2600” said Johan Koning, vice president of technical operations for the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum. “All electronics, including the Videotel players, are controlled by timers that power the video wall on and off daily. The solution has been running for over six years without failure.”

The HD2600 is incomparable in quality and reliability. For museums like the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum that need reliable industrial media players for exhibits, the HD2600 DVD player is the ideal solution, allowing for continuous play 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The player’s rugged design allows the HD2600 to run for over six years without failure.

“At Videotel, we understand the need for quality digital media players for museum exhibits and educational digital displays. From high-tech walls to educational kiosks, we understand that museums must reliably engage and educate visitors. We are excited to deliver a solution to the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum with this initiative,” said Lisa Schneider, Videotel’s vice president of business development and market strategy.

For more information on the HD2600 or our line of industrial digital signage players, interactive digital solutions or custom kiosks, visit the Videotel Inc. website at http://www.videoteldigital.com, or call us at (800) 878-4056, ext. 27.

About Videotel Inc.
Videotel Inc. is the leading nationwide manufacturer of the HD2600 industrial looping DVD player and a unique line of industrial media players, digital signage players, interactive digital solutions and custom pop displays and kiosks. Videotel is based in San Diego, Calif., with over 34 years of market experience in developing simply reliable industrial digital products and solutions. To learn more about Videotel Inc., visit http://www.videoteldigital.com.

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For more information about this topic, contact Lisa Schneider at 619.670.4412,                                                             or via e-mail at lisa(at)videoteldigital(dot)com

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