Solution Examples & Scenarios
• Healthcare: Ideal in Hospitals, Healthcare Lobbies, Pediatric Wards, Maternity Wards, Urgent care, ER, Cancer Treatment Wards, and other healthcare facilities where you wish to create an interactive educational display to keep away surface germs.
• Museums: Install a wave sensor behind a formica display case. Silkscreen or use a vinyl sticker to identify where the guest should wave their hand to learn more. Once the guest waves their hand in front of the sensor the corresponding video will play. Multiple sensors can be used with the same exhibit and screen. Example: Mount 3 wave sensors behind the display case and label each with a sticker. “Wave to learn about Woodpeckers, Hummingbirds and Blue Jays”. A guest can wave over one selection and then wave over the next to trigger a different video. Once the triggered video ends the looping “attract” screen will loop again.
• Amusement Centers: Install a wave sensor behind the wall, below the screen that plays the “safety warnings”. When a new group of children enters the room they are asked to wave their hand over the sensor to trigger the safety video to play.
• Retail: In an area where multiple products are displayed, a WAVE sensor can be mounted behind the display under each product. “Learn more” can be printed or etched in front of the product allowing a customer to wave their hand to play corresponding content.
- Hardwired 4 pin I/O cable (1’-20’ connects to media player)
- I/O jack for connecting additional sensors
- Approved materials to be used between WAVE sensor and hand:
- Most non-metal materials
- Max cable length from the player or additional sensors - 25’
- Sensor Range Setting: 1” to 3”
- Case Dimension: 3.5” / 89mm (L) x 2.25” / 57mm (W) x 1”/ 25mm (H)
- Mounting : (2) 3/16” mounting holes
- Warranty: 2 Years
In The Box
- 1 - Wave To Play
- 1 - Owners Manual
- 2 - Mounting Screws
- 1 - 6’ Control/Link Cable
- 1 - 2’ Control/Link Cable
- 1 - 6’ Power/Trigger Cable (For Using Wave To Play as a Dry Contact Switch)