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6 8 • R E S T A U R A N T D E V E L O P M E N T + D E S I G N • W I N T E R 2 0 1 4 Solutions Center 1. Hammond Manufacturing's Wallmount Enclosures The HWSSHK 304 and 316L stainless steel wall- mount enclosures come in 30 sizes, ranging from 24 inches by 20 inches by 6 inches to 60 inches by 36 inches by 16inches. The corrosion-resis- tant cabinets do not degrade after scratching. The units are UV resistant and suitable for the harsh- est of environments. One of the key benefts of the range is the three-point heavy-duty padlocked handle mechanism, which gives excellent sealing with minimum effort in opening and closing the door. The enclosures are suitable for housing both electrical equipment and electronic systems. 2. ITS Enclosures' ViewStation QSR The ViewStation QSR is a line of outdoor digital menu boards designed for QSR drive-thru lanes. Available in single, double and triple screen con- fgurations, new and improved ViewStation QSR models support much lower operating costs and utilize the latest in green technology available. 3. MityLite's Barcelona Series The Barcelona Series is an artful blend of durabil- ity and design. The seating line is perfect for restaurants and foodservice applications demand- ing the durability and strength of a metal chair but the look of a wooden chair. Featuring a solid, welded steel frame, the Barcelona Series utilizes a proprietary powder coating process that gives the chair a beautiful wood grain appearance. 4. Peerless-AV's Digital Signage Wire- less Broadcasting System Peerless-AV's wireless broadcasting system can distribute HD content to an unlimited number of digital TVs within a 350-foot radius, surpassing the 150-foot signal reach and 4-screen multicast- ing limit of some Wi-Fi-based solutions. Designed for applications utilizing the same content for multiple screens, the PeerAir Pico Broadcaster is an FCC-approved personal broadcast system that streams content over the UHF 500-700 MHz frequency to any open local white space channel left unused when the U.S. converted from analog to digital television in 2009. The laptop-sized transmitter receives content from a computer or select media players with IP transport capabili- ties then broadcasts the signal at HD-quality resolutions up to 720p or 1080i to any digital TV within the designated range that is equipped with an ATSC tuner and over-the-air antenna. 5. The Illumadoor LED Signaling System from Pine Meadow Controls The Illumadoor LED signaling system consists of strip lights and a combination power supply junction box. Each 1-meter long strip has 30 LED modules containing individual red, amber and green colors. The overall LED strip is enclosed in silicone and then mounted in a custom aluminum extrusion with diffusing lens and brackets. The diffusing lens cuts down on distracting LED spot intensity while providing high visibility with a 190-degree feld of vision. 1 3 2 4

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