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The vast array of electrical and electronic props built up over 30 years by Display Electronics of Thornton Heath have now been rehoused in Perivale, West London.
We are fully knowledgeable about all of our props & will gladly & competently advise you in a friendly manner about what will be best or most realistic for your particular production, period etc. We won't & don't try & persuade you that something is right for you if we know it's not.
All of our stock is available for hire for film, television, commercials, theatre, stills shoots and events. If it needs to look technical then we probably have it.
The huge variety includes period, retro and modern props from the world of computing, communications, security, police, army, navy and air force, robotics, display signage, sound and recording. If it's not in stock we can endeavor to source or fabricate it for you.
Most of our items are practical including our polygraphs, ATM machine and airport baggage x ray machine.
Electroprops incorporating Display Electronics offer an incredible range of both practical and non practical electronic & technical looking items for hire by the film and tv industry.
Most of our equipment was originally built as real world working industrial electronics - full of intricate detail, textures and realism. In order to make our pieces more practical for use on set we typically remove the original heavy electronics behind the panel in order to reduce the depth and can spend many hours replacing these with our own custom programmed micro-chips. Meter needles can then twitch, lamps and LEDs can pulsate, flash, flicker at their own individual rates and patterns. Many panels have user selectable flashing patterns variable from fast and busy to very slowly changing or static.
We stock an amazing array of both vintage and modern electronics from the world of security, comunications, computing, television, radio and the military.