Flush Mount Visitation Booth
Photo compliments of
Pinellas County Detention Center
Durability, flexibility and price are the key factors that drive Strike's design. Strike's Flush Mount cabinet is constructed of 14-gauge steel with a 3/8 inch polycarbonate window. The back-box is only 5 inches deep for locations where space is limited. The Flush Mount booths can be recessed into concrete block construction or mounted back-to-back in existing non-contact visitation windows to maximize the use of available space. Strike's Video Visitation Correctional Enclosure is heavy-duty powder coated for durability and ease of maintenance. Welded panels and rugged construction protects equipment from being destroyed in normal use in the very demanding video visitation environment.
All of Strike's inmate video visitation equipment enclosures feature a heavy duty hinged equipment door that is secured with tamper proof security screws. This unique equipment door provides easy access to the interior of the unit and the video visitation equipment . The viewing area behind the polycarbonate window is 12 inches H x 15 inches W. The heavy duty door incorporates a VESA mount for LCD monitors supporting monitors up to 17 1/2 inches wide and 18 1/2 inches high and up to 2 1/2 inches deep,. It also includes a camera mount for CCD Camera and openings for an armored cord handset and hookswitch/cradle. Monitor, camera, handset and hookswitch/cradle are optional equipment not included in the base model.
Wall Mount Enclosure Dimensions: 26"H x 26"W x 6"D
The viewing window is fitted with a 3/8" thick piece of unbreakable polycarbonate. The window opening is 15"W x 12"H with an area designed for the placement of a camera above the viewing opening.
Wall-mount such that bottom of enclosure is 30" from the floor when using 16" to 18" seats or stools.
Electrical and network cabling: Two separate single gang boxes in wall to be mounted 6" apart at 50-52" from top of the gang boxes to the floor for no exposed connections. For external surface mount wiring conduit for power and communications, conduit to enter from top of enclosure on the right side.
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