While executing an Audio Visual setup, sometimes we have to hide the technology until it is needed. Ceiling-attached projection screen cases are especially problematic because of their length and their height. On many occasions, there is simply not enough room to recess the case due to a variety of obstructions.
Draper has introduced the Access Fit Case, which can be installed during the construction process so that it will keep the screen safe until you install the projector. Access Fit is engineered to fit into tight openings of the ceiling with a case height less than 6″ feet tall. It offers screen sizes up to 120″ wide image area. In addition, Draper has re-engineered the bottom closure panel on the Access Fit case. Draper has also added a hinge attachment to make it easier to access the tube and roller, especially on wider screens. It has also included adjustable new hoisting brackets, which allow easy fitting during installation.
Redesigned bottom closure panel
New hinge system, which allows the closure panel to hang in place when opened, or it can be easily removed
Adjustable or removable hoisting brackets, that allow easy lifting during installation
Case dimensions 7-3/4″W x 5-11/16″H (19.7cm x 14.4cm) including flange and mounting brackets
For more information regarding the Draper Access Fit Case, visit www.draperinc.com and get in touch with Actis at 022-30808080, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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