Erle Bensemann holding an electronic circuit board used in electric power board remote control systems. The board comprises some two thousand components.
Display of electronic circuit boards with special magnifying glasses.
The interior of Bob Brown's Hi-Fi store at 208 High Street.
Close-ups of an electrical switch range from the PDL Group created for the export market, largely South East Asia, including shaver sockets and switch accessories.
John Francis of Betta Metal Products demonstrating one of the company's electronic components.
Philip Alfrey with a control system designed for a wheelchair at Dynamic Controls Limited in Addington.
Operators at the electronic switchboard at the Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
Angus Tait, managing director of Tait Electronics with the workspace behind.
Chris Allen operating the lighting system at the Court Theatre in the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Electronic switchboard in the watchhouse at the Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
The electronic switchboard in the watchroom of the Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
Mr Ken Berry, export manager for Tait Electronics, with a two-way radio made in Christchurch that won the Prince Philip Design Award.
Assembler Maureen Flattery-Donohoe checking printed componentry at the Tait Electronics production unit.
The Minister of Trade, Mr Talboys on a visit to Tait electronics' factory following a presentation of an export award to the factory. The minister is shown inspecting circuits created by a female...
Ben Rumble, the sales manager for Tait Electronics marking on a world map potential targets for international sales campaigns.
Televisions for sale at McSherry and Neale at 290 Wairakei Road.