When referring to projection systems, an electric screen is one that may be raised and lowered on demand without requiring a person to touch it manually.
This is accomplished using a small motor that is built into the screen and is often kept in the storage canister.
A screen driven by an electric motor is referred to as an electric projector screen or a motorised screen. When you are finished using it for your projection needs, it may be stored or retracted so that it is out of the way and out of mind until you need it again.
A remote control or wall switch is used to raise and lower the screen of an electric projector screen, which is driven by an electric motor.
While some electric projector screens are as easy to install as plug and play, others, like ceiling recessed panels, take more work.
In professional and home theatre settings where the screen does not have to be recessed into the cabinet, they are frequently employed.
Electric screens can be recessed into the ceiling, fixed to the wall, or mounted to the ceiling. Although electric screens are also available for use in home theatres, they are frequently larger screens.
The Global electric projection screen market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Kestrel Tab-Tension 3 Series, the company’s newest electric floor-rising projector screen, is being introduced with pride by Elite Screens.
Elite Screens, Inc., a forward-thinking firm that specialises in high-quality projection screens for retailers and integrators, unveils their brand-new electric portable option, which is perfect for home cinemas or upscale conference spaces.
When it comes to quality and performance, the Kestrel Tab-Tension 3 excels whether one is training or just watching a movie at home.
The Kestrel Tab-Tension 3 is a floor-rising electric projection screen that makes a stylish focal point for high-end conference rooms or home theatres.
The front projection surface is kept level and taut thanks to the tab-tension design, which also produces an image that is devoid of ripples and is appropriate for ultra-short throw projectors.
The “scissor-backed” cross risers used by the Kestrel Tab-Tension 3 are used to raise and lower the screen’s material. For environments where wall/ceiling installations are impractical, it is the perfect alternate solution.
The CineWhite® X material used in it is ISF approved for correct colour reproduction and has an ultra-wide viewing angle so that spectators can see a sharp, clear image from any position.
The housing is made of aluminium, is water-resistant, and comes in a black housing option. It comes with a 12v trigger and handheld remote controls.
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