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The Nomad ADA Multimedia Lectern was originally engineered to address the wide variance in the physical stature of users. Whether a presenter is 6’9” or seated in a wheelchair, the height adjustable multimedia lectern was designed to provide physical accommodations to all users.
Along with all of the great benefits that come from our unique approach to AV design and integration, the Nomad ADA Multimedia Lectern offers some unique features of its own.
With the push of a button, two electric motors raise or lower the multimedia lectern. Highly interactive devices are contained in the moving portion of the multimedia lectern to preserve the ergonomic layout for presenters of any height.
As the name suggests, the Nomad ADA is in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The adjustable height and tilt of the work surface allow any presenter to use the multimedia lectern with ease.
The Nomad ADA height-adjustable multimedia lectern was designed to place highly interactive devices, such as the control panel, in convenient locations so presenters can use them comfortably without bending or reaching.
By nature, multimedia lecterns promote face-forward presentations. However, the convenient placement of a built-in confidence monitor allows presenters to review presented images without turning around to look at the big screen.
This proprietary multimedia lectern was specifically engineered to integrate the select hardware used in Nomad AV Systems and is not sold separately.
The confidence monitor and control panel are built into the power-tilting work surface of the ADA
The unique hexagon frame of the ADA multimedia lectern is made of welded aluminum beams that are meant to stand up to rigors of height adjustability
The ADA is equipped with a “service mode” switch that allows the top portion of the multimedia lectern to raise beyond user limits for troubleshooting and service access
A convenient power outlet allows users to plug personal devices in at the lectern
All devices are secured to the lectern to prevent the removal of components that can lead to theft or improper reconnection
Providing tethered cables, rather than ports, for connecting personal devices relieves users of remembering their own
The multimedia lectern is designed around a 6U rack to maximize the use of space, allow convenient service access to components and make future upgrades more feasible
With hundreds of wood grains, colors and patterns available, the multimedia lecterns are sure to match the interior design of your space
A custom engraved wood plaque can be fixed to the multimedia lectern to prominently display your organization’s logo
The standard configuration of a Nomad AV System includes all of the interactive, supporting and peripheral technology commonly found in a fully functional AV presentation solution. Options can be added, removed or substituted to customize the multimedia lectern to meet your specific needs.
duplicates any image that is being shown on the big screen. Presenters can remain confident in what is being seen by the audience while maintaining a natural, face-forward presentation.
The 21st century version of the overhead projector…without the transparencies. The doc cam gives presenters the ability to display any type of non-digitized content in real-time, such as books, newspaper articles, 3D models, etc.
The touch screen controller provides presenters with a user interface that allows them to easily control the AV multimedia lectern.
The Blu-ray player gives presenters the ability to play previously recorded content that is stored on CDs, DVDs, or Blu-ray discs.
Hard-wired HDMI and VGA cables give presenters the ability to present multimedia content from their personal devices such as notebook computers, tablets and smart phones.
The Apple TV gives presenters the ability to wirelessly present multimedia content from Apple devices such as iPads, MacBooks, iPhones, etc.
The built-in Bose sound system provides deep, clear sound and, in many cases, eliminates the need for expensive audio infrastructure.
Splits the audio signal to be sent to the internal stereo amplifier and to the output panel for integration with existing audio infrastructure.
Splits and amplifies the HDMI video signal to be sent to the confidence monitor and display device(s) while managing HDCP and EDID communication.
The switcher/scaler consolidates audio and video signals in order to provide fade-thru-black switching and video scaling of all input sources to avoid resolution issues.
The control processor is the brain of the control system that interprets and distributes the commands entered at the touch screen controller.
Surge-protecting power strips are used to distribute power to the 15+ devices in the multimedia lectern from a single external power cord.
A network hub/switch is used to distribute a single Cat 5/6 signal into multiple network connections for several devices throughout the multimedia lectern while managing dedicated IP addresses for each.
75+ cables of varying length and type (HDMI, network, audio, power, etc.) are used to connect and consolidate all of the devices into one fully integrated multimedia lectern.
A room’s cabling infrastructure is dramatically reduced as the HDMI video and RS232 control signals from the multimedia lectern are carried over a single Cat 5/6 cable to a projector or monitor.
The powered stereo amplifier amplifies the low-power audio received from input sources to drive high-quality sound through the speakers and the subwoofer.
A projector or large format monitor provides the big screen that allows the audience to view presented images.
The hardware to mount the selected display device to the ceiling or wall is included with the multimedia lectern.
Audio and video signals are simultaneously switched with the press of a single button.
Volume controls are present on each menu to ensure that volume up, volume down and mute controls are always quickly accessible.
The image on the big screen can be quickly blanked and restored as the confidence monitor stays active in cases where the visual aid needs to be prepared before it is presented.
The projector or large format monitor can be turn on and off using the touch screen controller at the multimedia lectern.
Sub-menus that allow the presenter to control the fictions of an input device are displayed as soon as that device is selected as the active source. ( Available for the Document Camera, Blu-ray and Apple TV )
We would love to learn about your project.