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How to order a CineTension2 Rear Series

 

The CineTension2 is an electric/motorized tab-tensioned premium grade projection screen.  It uses a tab-tensioned rear projection material.

Screen Material

  • WraithVeil's material surface coating enhances color reproduction and black level contrast with wide uniformity for large audiences
  • 2.2 Gain with a 160° wide viewing angle
  • Standard 4-side black masking borders
  • Active 3D, 4K Ultra HD, and HDR Ready
  • Sound transparent models with AcousticPro1080P2 also available
  • Available in the following diagonal sizes:
    • 135" in 4:3 format
    • 84", 92", 106", 120", 135" and 150" in 16:9 format

 

Design and Installation

  • Floating installation brackets provide easy alignment with wood studs to accommodate a wall or ceiling installation
  • Aluminum housing with enamel coating is moisture resistant
  • Shipped ready to plug & play with installation kit containing brackets, screws, and bubble leveler included
  • Optional in-ceiling trim kit - sold separately
  • Optional extended 11x4 or 12x8 L brackets - sold separately

 

Control System

  • Standard Infrared (IR) and Optional ZR800D IR Universal Learning Remote system
  • Standard Radio Frequency (RF) remote control operates screen from 100 feet away
  • Low-voltage detachable 3-way wall switch for in-line control
  • Extended IR "eye" sensor for in-ceiling Infrared operation
  • Wireless 5-12 volt trigger included for synchronized screen operation with the projector's power cycle
  • RJ45 port allows 3rd party control system integration
  • Optional ZR800D IR Universal Remote Control and In-wall switch available - sold separately

 

Quality and Reliability

  • Tubular motor allows swift operation with a superior weight tolerance and operational lifespan
  • Certified by AMX and CRESTRON
  • 2-year Parts & Labor manufacturer's warranty
  • 3-year warranty offered through ENR-G program (Education, Non-Profit, Religious and Government)

 

  • CineTension2 Series Product Video

  • CineTension Series Application Video Tokyo Japan

  • Selecting a Screen Size Educational Video

  • ANSI Lumens and Screen Gain Educational Video

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Dimensions Table

The listed measurements are for general reference only. Please contact Elite Screens to verify product design and dimensions before attempting to integrate its products with any structural or furniture modification. Although a manufacturer may offer product advice, it may be taken or disregarded at the integrator’s discretion. Elite Screens will not be held responsible or be otherwise liable for faulty installations.

Decoding the Model Number
Model Number = TE106HR2
TE = Tab-Tensioned Screen
106 = Nominal Diagonal Size
H = HDTV 16:9 aspect ratio
(V = 4:3 / X = 16:10 / S = 1:1 / C = 2.35:1)
R = WraithVeil  Rear Screen Material
2 = Version 2 
 

CineTension 2 Series Dimensions Table
Model NumberDiag. SizeAspect RatioView Area (HxW)Screen MaterialCase ColorGainCase Length (A)View Width (A1)Screen Width (A2)Weight Bar Length (A3)Overall Height W/ Bracket (B)View Height (B1)Bottom Of Case To End Of Weight Bar (B2)Overall Height (B3)Bottom Edge (B4)Case Height (B5) Height Between Bracket And Case (B6)Top Black Masking (B8)Case Width (C )Case End To Screen (C1)Distance Between Case And The Wall (C2)
Model NumberDiag. SizeAspect RatioView Area (HxW)Screen MaterialCase ColorGainCase Length (A)View Width (A1)Screen Width (A2)Weight Bar Length (A3)Overall Height W/ Bracket (B)View Height (B1)Bottom Of Case To End Of Weight Bar (B2)Overall Height (B3)Bottom Edge (B4)Case Height (B5) Height Between Bracket And Case (B6)Top Black Masking (B8)Case Width (C )Case End To Screen (C1)Distance Between Case And The Wall (C2)
TE135VR2135"4:381.0"x108.0"Wraith VeilBlackGain 2.2125.4108.0116.7120.995.581.088.893.53.84.76.74.04.80.95.2
TE84HR284"16:941.2"x73.2"Wraith VeilBlackGain 2.289.873.280.784.657.641.250.955.73.84.76.76.04.80.95.2
TE92HR292"16:945.1"x80.2"Wraith VeilBlackGain 2.296.080.287.791.561.545.154.859.63.84.76.76.04.80.95.2
TE106HR2106"16:952.0"x92.4"Wraith VeilBlackGain 2.2109.092.499.9104.468.452.061.766.53.84.76.76.04.80.95.2
TE120HR2120"16:958.8"x104.6"Wraith VeilBlackGain 2.2122.3104.6113.3117.873.358.866.671.33.84.76.74.04.80.95.2
TE135HR2135"16:966.2"x117.7"Wraith VeilBlackGain 2.2135.4117.7126.3130.980.766.274.078.73.84.76.74.04.80.95.2
TE150HR2150"16:973.5"x130.7"Wraith VeilBlackGain 2.2149.7130.7139.4145.288.073.581.386.13.84.76.74.04.80.95.2
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CineTension 2 Series Packaging Dimensions
Model NumberDiag. SizeAspect RatioNet Weight W. (lbs.)Gross Weight (lbs.)Net Weight. (Kgs)Gross Weight (Kgs)Packaging Dimensions (LxHxW)
Model NumberDiag. SizeAspect RatioNet Weight W. (lbs.)Gross Weight (lbs.)Net Weight. (Kgs)Gross Weight (Kgs)Packaging Dimensions (LxHxW)
TE135VR2135"4:351.5 lb70.6 lb23.4 kg32.1 kg132.8"x7.5"x9.8"
TE84HR284"16:927.0 lb41.5 lb12.3 kg18.8 kg94.0"x7.3"x8.5"
TE92HR292"16:942.6 lb57.8 lb19.3 kg26.2 kg103.3"x7.5"x9.8"
TE106HR2106"16:940.9 lb57.5 lb18.6 kg26.1 kg116.5"x7.9"x9.8"
TE120HR2120"16:952.7 lb70.5 lb24.0 kg32.1 kg129.9"x7.9"x9.8"
TE135HR2135"16:962.5 lb82.8 lb28.3 kg37.6 kg142.9"x7.9"x9.8"
TE150HR2150"16:968.9 lb91.1 lb31.3 kg41.3 kg155.9"x7.9"x9.4"
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Reviews

"I ordered the TE106HW2-E24 model with the extra 24" black drop, but Amazon sent me the regular TE106HW2 by mistake. Fortunately, I don't actually need the extra black drop for my installation, I just wanted it for flexibility in case I change the location or move to a new house. So I kept the TE106HW2.

Packaging:The screen arrived doubled boxed, with very good foam padding, the packaging is very impressive and minimizes the possibility of shipping damage.

Features:This screen comes fully loaded with all the options most people would ever need:

  • The Screen in CineWhite® 1.1 gain with tab tensioning
  • IR Remote
  • RF Remote
  • Wall switch
  • IR receiver/extender dongle
  • 12-volt trigger with dongle
  • mounting brackets, screws
  • a really nice bubble level

It really amazes me that it comes with all these options as most other "high end" screen companies sell you each one of these at an extra charge even though their starting price is several thousand dollars. The Cinetension2 is an AMAZING value in my opinion.

Mounting:The mounting was very easy. My wife and I did it ourselves. The mounting brackets are very easy to install and come with all the screws you need. Also, the screen comes with three velcro straps tied around the screen box, this is very handy, you leave these on during the installation to prevent the screen's weight bar from flapping around during installation. The screen is not very heavy, but you do need two people to lift it up to the mounting brackets. The sliding mounting bolts are very neat in that you don't have to line anything up ahead of time, just lift the screen, hook the back to the bracket, slide the bolts into position, and tighten with a wrench... all very easy, and can be done in ~20min.

Controls:Whether you use the remote, the wall switch or the 12-volt trigger, the up and down motion is very smooth and relatively quiet and pretty fast compared to other brands (check out other brands on YouTube and you will see how slow they are!!). I'm using the remote at the moment, but intend to connect the 12-volt trigger to my projector. I found this handy wiring diagram for the RJ45 port: [...]

Screen:I have read reports that some people have received screens that have waves or are not perfectly rectangular. Luckily, I did not have any issues with mine. My screen surface has no waves, is uniform and perfectly rectangular. The tab tensioning works very well so far. The whole thing appears to be a high quality piece of equipment.

Watching movies:Now this is where the fun starts. This is my first ever projection screen. I paired it with a Panasonic PT-AE4000 which I also bought here at Amazon. I have a 14' throw distance and ceiling mounted and 13.5' viewing distance. The first movie we watched was Avatar! It was absolutely amazing! The color, contrast, everything... just amazing.

Conclusion:I've only had the screen for a couple days, so it remains to be seen how it will withstand frequent use. But at this point, I see no reason to pay thousands of dollars more for the "high end" brands. I would highly recommend this screen to anyone."

Ixion, July 10, 2010

Stars:

Model Number: TE106HW2-E24

From an Amazon.com Customer Review

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FAQ's

Q: Can I buy a small screen material sample?

A: Yes, you can buy a screen material sample by clicking here.

Q:I know that all Elite Screens motorized screens include a built-in 5-12 volt trigger RJ45 input port, but what if my projector does not have a 5-12 volt trigger ouput port.  How can I take advantage of the automatic down/stop synchronizcation of my Elite motorized screen and my projector?
A:Elite Screens offers a wireless Universal 5-12 volt projector accessory (Part# ZU12V) for projectors that do not have a trigger output. Contact your preferred Elite Screens reseller or visit shop.elitescreens.com for information about purchasing this product.
Q: I have a 16:9 (HDTV) home theater projector but I'd like to have a presentation that has a 2.35:1 (Cinemascope) aspect ratio on a 2.35:1 projection screen.  Do I need an anamorphic lens for this?
A: For the best possible results, an anamorphic lens is recommended.  However, it is possible to get a 2.35:1 screen format as long as you can live with the "black bars" created when a mismatched 16:9 native aspect ratio projecto is set up to fit a wider projection screen format.  It is simply a matter of personal preference.

Q: Does Elite offer the CineTension 2 in a white case or can I customer order one?
A: The CineTension 2 Series is available only in a black casing and cannot be special ordered with a white case.
Q: How can I extend my RJ-45 accessory such as my 5-12 v trigger, 3-way wall switch, and IR "eye" sensor?
A: You can extend the length of your cable using the ZSP-12V-50B. This 50 feet RJ-45 cable includes an extender plug coupler to allow you to join connections to your existing accessory.  
Q: What preventative maintenance does Elite Screens recommend for electric screens?
A: Elite strongly recommends using either a standard surge protector or a power conditioner on all electric projection screens.
Q: How do I properly clean the CineWhite® screen material?
A: The CineWhite® screen material can be cleaned with a soft cloth using mild soap and water.
Q: Can my CineTension2 screen be mounted in the ceiling?
A: Yes, all CineTension2 series screens can be mounted in a ceiling using our in-ceiling trim kit which can be found in our accessories section.
Q: Does the CineTension 2 have a 5-12 volt trigger input?
A: Yes, the CineTension 2 has a RJ-45 5-12 volt trigger input.
Q: How do I know if my projector is compatible with the 5-12 volt trigger?
A: Check your projector's manual to see if your projector has a 5-12 volt trigger output. If it does then your projector has the ability to synchronize with your CineTension 2.
Q: Does the CineTension 2 include a 5-12 volt trigger cable?
A: Yes, the CineTension 2 includes an RJ-45 5-12 volt trigger.
Q: How can i clean the MaxWhite® (matte white) material on the Spectrum screen
A: The screen material can be cleaned with mild soap and water
Q: Will I void my warranty if I cut the power cord cable to hardwire my electric screen?
A: No, Elite Screens understand the need to hardwire your electric screen and therefore will not void your warranty.
Q: Where can i find the IR codes for my CineTension2 IR remote?
A: Elite provides binary codes for the IR remote, see below.
Up: 1111 0000 0001
Stop: 1111 0000 0010
Down: 1111 0000 0100


Q: Are Elite Screens compatible with Harmony Remotes?

A: Yes, Elite's electric screen products are compatible with Harmony remotes and in their database.
Please visit the Harmony website for further assistance with programming your remote with our electric screens.

http://myremotesetup.com/easyzapper/New/Main.asp

 
Q: What is the frequency of your RF remote?
A: The frequency of the RF remote is 433MHz
Q: Can I increase the Top Black Border on my screen?
A: No, your screen’s Top Black border has been set to deploy to its full extent. Attempting to increase will damage the motor and void your warranty with Elite Screens.
Q: Are the Hanging brackets on the CineTensions2 adjustable?
A:
Yes, the hanging brackets on the CineTension2 slides horizontally along the casing.
Q: What are the model numbers for the Rear Projection CineTension2 Series?
A:
Here is the full list of model numbers for the Rear Projection CineTension2 Series: 2, TE84VR2, TE92VR2, TE100VR2, TE120VR2, TE135VR2, TE150VR2, TE84HR2, TE92HR2, 
TE106HR2,  TE120HR2, T E135HR2
Q: What are the benefits of using a Passive 3D Polarized Silver projection screen material? Do the Elite AirBright3D2 and Airbright5D projection screens fit this category?
A:
3D imaging occurs at a lower level of brightness than regular 2D presentations. Also, it is difficult to maintain polarization on regular projection screen materials. The benefits of Passive 3D polarized silver projection screens are that they increase the brightness of projected 3D images while allowing them to  maximize retaining image polarization levels. Lastly, its diffusion layer enhances contrast. Although passive 3D imaging can arguably be performed on other projection materials, the polarized silver materials optimize overall 3D performance with the best results.
Yes, the Airbright3D2 and Airbright5D projection screens are passive 3D polarized silver projection screens made for the specific reasons specified in the first part of this answer. The Airbright3D2 is the standard retail model  while the  Airbright5D has added contrast levels for enhanced contrast and diffusion moderation.
Q: What do I need to have a complete passive 3D projection system professional grade in my home/office or classroom ?
A: 
3D Polarized Silver Screen: Elite Screens Airbright3D2 on either a fixed frame or tensioned electric “roll-up” configuration.
Two Projectors (DLP or LCD or Lcos), any brand ok. *Pref. matching models that have the same resolution, aspect ratio, and throw distance for the best results.
One Airflex5D system (check www.Airflex5D.com)

Q: What are the advantages of Passive 3D over Active 3D technology?
A:
Passive 3D occurs in real time with both eyes seeing an actual picture as opposed to the alternating right-Left eye flickering of active 3D technology. The advantage in this is that the image is brighter because it is simultaneously shown to both eyes. With Active 3D the glasses obstruct the vision of one eye while allowing the other to see the picture alternating at about 60 exposures per eye per second. Essentially the viewer is blindfolded half the time without really being aware of it. The “flickering” of Active 3D technology is that  cross-talk and shadowing artifacts occur more easily. It also has a higher tendency to create eye-discomfort in viewers. Passive 3D allows viewers to see the image more comfortably  with greater brightness and clarity. Passive 3D glasses are also inexpensive so that they may be easily obtained in quantity and do not suffer from mechanical malfunction like the electrically powered active 3D glasses

For more information  about Active 3D and Passive 3D, please check the comparison chart here.


 

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