Board of Education is accepting bids for one multi-media cart

The Union County Board of Education is accepting bids for one multi-media cart to deliver visual content through an existing ceiling mounted projector (PJ513DB) with input sources consisting of document camera, desktop computer connection, laptop computer connection, DVD/VCR, Cable TV tuner, and interactive Pen Display. Audio is delivered through ceiling mounted speakers and powered by a receiver/amplifier. Devices are managed through a centralized control system on the cart. Cart is equipped with a 5 port Ethernet switch. Equipment is housed in a securable Multimedia Lectern.
This project is turnkey (all cabling, connectors, installation to be included). A one year warranty on all components provided is to be included. The following are the detailed cart specifications:
Multi-Media Lectern with Speakers Sound-CraftSML-2
22 Watt 2 Channel Integrated MPA-Mini Power Amplifier
1U 9.5" Deep Universal Rack Shelf Kit
VGA Male to Male Low-Profile Molded + 3.5mm Stereo Mini Plug Male to Male - 12'
VGA with Audio Cable: 15-pin HD Male to Male Molded - 25'
Digital Visual Presenter
1080P DVD recorder & VCR combi, tuner
Sympodium ID350 Interactive Pen Display
8 In Scaling Pres Swx w/PIP - Scaling
Presentation Switcher with PIP
Enhanced ML Ctl w/IP Link & Integrated
DVD&VCR IR Control - Black & White
Five US G surface mount box: BLK
Power Conditioner
2Sp Rackshelf 14.75Dp
Custom Wall Plate PC, Control, Network,
Cables, Connectors, Hardware, Etc.
Labor, & Programming
Questions regarding specifications should be addressed to Union County High School Systems Administrator Aaron Russell (865-992-5232 or Bids will be accepted until Friday, March 30, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. EST. Interested parties may submit bids to Ronnie Mincey, Supervisor of Federal Programs, Union County Public Schools by certified mail to PO Box 10, Maynardville, TN 37807. The Union County Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
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