Movie Quality Complete LED Lighting & Sound Kit for Polar Lights Star Trek USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Refit/A 1:350 Model Kit by TenaControls

Star Trek USS Enterprise NCC-1701

This kit is designed to allow you the ability to change the flash rates on the Deflector Dish,Navigation and Strobe Lights and store your settings in memory. The next time you turn the ship on it will come up with the rates you set. You can set three Modes of operation, Dry-dock, Movie and Flight

The board is designed to provide:

*All Navigation Lighting 

*All Strobe Lighting 

*Navigational Deflector Dish 

*Side Deflector Dish Lights 

*Impulse Crystal 

*Impulse Engine 

*Landing Bay Sequential Landing Lights 

*Raytheon Lights 

*Bridge Light

*Lower Dome Lights 

*RCS Thrusters Lights 

*Saucer Window Lights 

*Neck Interior and Exterior Lights 

*Secondary Hull Interior Lighting 

*Pylon Lights

*Landing Bay Interior Lights and the Nacelle Chiller Grills. 

How this board functions:

The above elaborates on the overview of the functions, although the included instruction manual will go into detail on what you can achieve with this system. 

As mentioned before, this is a complete system all on one board. 

Along with the above functions, this board also has Photon Torpedo’s and Phaser  weapons effect with built in audio sounds which can fit inside the Secondary Hull if you wish to place the board inside your ship. Although for most, placing in the base will be easier. 

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Enterprise-NCC-1701-A

Enterprise-NCC-1701-A
Enterprise-NCC-1701-A

 

The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A) was a Constitution-class vessel operated by Starfleet in the 23rd century. It was the second Federation starship to bear the name Enterprise.
In 2286, the Enterprise-A was commissioned at the San Francisco Fleet Yards on stardate 8442.5. She was launched from the Earth Spacedock on the order of the Federation Council in appreciation of Captain James T. Kirk and his crew’s efforts to prevent the Whale Probe from devastating Earth. The crew initially thought they were going to be assigned to the USS Excelsior (or, according to Leonard McCoy, a “freighter” at best), but the new Enterprise was soon revealed, docked behind the Excelsior. The crew took their stations and the Enterprise left spacedock on a shakedown cruise.









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William Shatner and friend with a 1963 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe

William Shatner and friend with a 1963 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe
William Shatner and friend with a 1963 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe

 

William Shatner and friend with a 1963 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe

Actor William Shatner, Captain Kirk of Star Trek fame.

His dobermans were: Kirk, Morgan, China, Heidi, Paris, Royale, Martika, Sterling, Charity, Bella, and Starbuck.

William Shatner is a Canadian actor, author, producer, and director. In his seven decades of television, Shatner became a cultural icon for his portrayal of James T. Kirk, Captain of the USS Enterprise, in the Star Trek franchise.



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Leonard Nimoy’s Acting Debut 1951

Leonard Nimoy 1951
Leonard Nimoy Debut 1951

Leonard Nimoy in Queen for a Day

“Queen for a Day” marks Leonard Nimoy’s feature film debut. But his name got misspelled and he ended up being credited as Leonard Nemoy.

The film was based on the popular daytime Mutual Broadcasting Company radio program that originated from New York on April 30, 1945 as “Queen For Today” and moved to Hollywood a few months later as “Queen For A Day”, with Jack Bailey, former vaudeville music man and World’s Fair barker, as the emcee host.

Click Here To Watch Leonard Nimoy in Queen for a Day
Click Here To Watch Leonard Nimoy in Queen for a Day

Look for Leonard Nimoy starting at 3:03 into the video.

This was from a 1951 anthology film which had three different stories. (Gossamer World, High Diver & Horsie) Each story was tied together with a contestant on the game show “Queen For a Day” which was on radio from 1945 to 1957 & TV from 1956 to 1964. Adam Williams did a great job as the nervous High Diver. The complete film also had Darrin McGavin, Madge Blake (Aunt Harriet from “Batman”) plus Game show crew including host Jack Baily.





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Star Trek The Next Generation Communicator Badge

Quantum Mechanix Star Trek The Next Generation Communicator Badge
Quantum Mechanix Star Trek The Next Generation Communicator Badge

 

QMX’s Star Trek: The Next Generation communicator badge was crafted using one of the only remaining sets of original molds, which was painstakingly restored in their artisan model shop. To get the colors and paint details, they studied an actual screen-used badge. And once the design of the original matched, QMX took the whole thing a step further, rendering the replica in gold and silver-finished metal. What sets this wearable badge apart from the original is the clasp, which uses strong, short-field magnets that are embedded in the badge itself and in a glossy backplate. No more pinholes in delicate fabric. It can even be worn on leather and suede.  More photos are available below.

Communicator Badge available through QMX Star Trek

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Quantum Mechanix Star Trek The Next Generation Communicator Badge Replica
 Quantum Mechanix Star Trek The Next Generation Communicator Badge Replica
 Quantum Mechanix Star Trek The Next Generation Communicator Badge Replica




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Gene Roddenberry’s S.S. 1717 Yorktown

Star Trek Starships NYCC Exclusive: Gene Roddenberry's S.S. 1717 Yorktown
Star Trek Starships NYCC Exclusive: Gene Roddenberry’s S.S. 1717 Yorktown

 

The Official Starships Collection is branching out and offering its first convention exclusive. The model, which will be available exclusively in person at New York Comic Con, is the S.S. Yorktown, a ship that could have been the most famous starship of all. When Gene Roddenberry first pitched Star Trek to the networks in 1964, he described the crew as traveling on the “cruiser S.S. Yorktown,” a long-range, Exploration-Science-Exploration mission. By the time the series launched, the S.S. Yorktown had morphed into the U.S.S. Enterprise. To celebrate Trek’s 50th anniversary, the Starships Collection has created a unique version of Matt Jefferies’ final design for the ship, giving it the name that Roddenberry originally planned. Please note: Unlike other entries in the series, this model does not include an accompanying magazine.

Click Here To Purchase Price: $45.00 & FREE Shipping.










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