Quiz Buzzer Lockout Player System handheld thumb Button

Quiz Buzzer Lockout Player System

Affordable, Premium buzzer-lockout systems for quiz games.
Premium Lockout Buzzers for Quiz Games
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Up to 4 teams of 5 players (one team shown)

"Team-Box"
 Buzzer System

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5-Year Warranty details
 
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2 Teams

3 Teams 4 Teams
$450 $550 $670
 
Product InfoAccessoriesWhat's IncludedAdding PlayersSupport
 
The "Team-Box" Buzzer System...
groups teams-of-players with the fewest wires.
 
 
Players compete by pressing their hand-held button - the system sounds and a corresponding light on the team-box shows who was first. All other players are locked out.
 
Player lights are easily seen by all participants.
 
The first player's light stays lit until the system is cleared for the next question.
 
When you're ready for the next question, press the reset button to clear the lights. .
 
The system can be reset one of two ways: (1) the reset button (on the console), or (2) a hand-held button plugged into the console


side facing the players

 


side facing the moderator

 
 
 

Compact Design
Players grouped as Teams
Fewest Wires

Nothing extra to buy.

 
 

This system supports two, three, or four teams...

     

Two Teams - $450

Three Teams - $550

Four Teams - $670

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15-foot cords connect
team boxes to control console

 
 
 

Our Team-Box System:

 
* was designed for use in question-and-answer tournaments
 

Schools
Quiz Bowl
Classroom Activities

Churches
Bible Bowl
Sunday School

Businesses
Corporate Training
Trade Shows

 
* accurately identifies first button press (no ties!)
* comes with an ultra-durable carrying case
* rugged electronic circuits provide many years of service
* is our most-compact buzzer system
 
 
 

 
Features
 
   
No computer needed!

 
Instant Response -
No delays
 
No Ties Possible
 
Ultra Long-Life Light Bulbs
 
Compatible with Tabletop Timer
 
AC Powered - no batteries
 
1-second tone on buzz-in
 
15-foot cord for each team
 
Compact -
many players, fewest wires
 
5-year Warranty
 
   
 
 

Team box has connectors and LEDs for all five players. Lights are on both sides so everyone can see who was first.

 
 
 

Controller connects to each team box with a 15-foot cord.

 
   
 
Modularity of system makes the system easy to setup, takedown, and service.
 
Large, Ethernet-grade connectors (RJ45) with our exclusive ANTI-SNAG locking tabs
 
Powered from 120VAC (optional 220VAC power pack, click here)
 
Also can be powered from your car's 12V accessory outlet (adapter not included)
 
 

Hand-held buttons plug into console to lockout players when time expires, and to reset the system.

 
 
 

Hand-held buttons for all players.

Buttons for external reset and timekeeper are included, too.

 
 
Pause switch on controller disables systems during breaks.
 
 


Sturdy, high-quality carrying case

 
 
 
 

 

Satisfaction Guarantee and Warranty

 
Satisfaction Guarantee: Review product for up to 15 days - make sure it's right for your application. Details - click here.

Warranty: The Team-Box System comes with a five-year limited warranty (parts and labor). For full details and terms of warranty, please click here.

 
 
 
 
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Chillicothe, Illinois USA  
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 Page Content Updated: 19 October 2016          Reviewed: 09 January 2017