When one thinks of electronic services, at first glance one does not necessarily associate them with the terms forest and nature. But for its product Zwitscherkiste, Walther Dörich Metallbau GmbH has done just that. They enlisted the support of SYS TEC electronic for the electronic components and optimization.
The Zwitscherkiste is a flexibly playable and adaptable audio station and can be played in German and English with up to 12 different audio files. It is heavy, the Zwitscherkiste, and embedded in a weatherproof housing made of edged and color-coated aluminum with a stainless steel base plate, it is versatile, very robust and functions energetically completely self-sufficient. The power required to play the audio files is generated by an integrated hand-operated dynamo with built-in energy storage. The required files are stored on an MP3 player. Depending on customer requirements and topic structure, logo, lettering and the number of buttons (up to max. 6 buttons) can be individually adapted to customer wishes.
Originally, the customer's wish was simply to reproduce the electronic assembly as it was provided by the customer. However, the SYS TEC electronic team quickly recognized the potential for improvement and optimized the complete circuit concept. In the implementation phase, SYS TEC electronic revised the layout, used more powerful components such as capacitors and potentiometers and switched to SMD. After completion of the work, it was possible to shorten the time required to start the dynamo and to extend the playback time of the audio files.
And so chirps in the trees, it rattles in the box and you think: "I'm standing in the woods!" But you are not only standing in the forest, but in front of the Zwitscherkiste, which explains everything about the nature you are moving in. Only now a little more comfortable.