EluneVision In-Ceiling Motorized High Definition Format - projection screen

Mfg. Part: EV-IC-150-1.2-16:9 | CDW Part: 3790859 | UNSPSC: 45111603
  • Projection screen
  • in-ceiling mountable
  • motorized
  • 110 V
  • 150 in (381 cm)
  • 16:9
  • Cinema White
  • white
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This item was discontinued on July 24, 2017

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Main Features
  • Projection screen
  • in-ceiling mountable
  • motorized
  • 110 V
  • 150 in (381 cm)
  • 16:9
  • Cinema White
  • white
The EluneVision In-Ceiling series screens have a sleek, white aluminum housing that is both durable and attractive. The specially designed housing allows you to hide the screen in your ceiling, resulting in a sleek, seamlessly integrated projection system for your home or office. The In-Ceiling series screens allows you to make no compromise - maximum performance when your projection system is in use, and zero intrusion in your home or office when the screen material is retracted back into your ceiling, post-use.

The EluneVision In-Ceiling motorized screen is built for installation versatility. Whether it's a corporate boardroom installation, or a home theater renovation, the screen can be mounted using a variety of methods, including steel rods, aircraft cables, or by direct bolt on method. These methods ensure that the screen can always be installed level with your ceiling to create the best fit and finish. For example T-Bar Ceilings can use both aircraft cable hanging installation method or steel thread method. For basement renovations, the screen can be screwed or bolted to joists.

It seems like a small feature to have black borders around the viewing area, but it should not be underestimated. Having black borders improve the perceived brightness and contrast of a projected image by surrounding the projected images in black. This adds both punch and brightness. There are many manufactures of screens today that just use a black metal bar to create the black border on the bottom of the screen.