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Which Electric Floor Rising Projector Screen is Right for You?

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Elite Screens' Blog Team
2017/03/01,

Elite Screens' Blog Team

Elite makes Electric Floor Rising (aka. Motorized Free Standing) projector screens with a variety of features.  To compare the various models, look at the comparison sheet (here).

 

  • The Kestrel electric floor-rising screen is designed for environments where wall/ceiling installations are impractical. It has a stylish black gloss finish and comes fully assembled. It uses a cross-rising apparatus driven by a tubular motor with superior weight tolerance and variable height settings. It uses a GREENGUARD® certified fiberglass-backed matte white (MaxWhite® FG) projection material with RF remote control package. 

 

  • The Kestrel 2 electric floor-rising screen is designed for environments where wall/ceiling installations are impractical. It has a stylish black gloss finish and comes fully assembled. It uses a cross-rising apparatus driven by a tubular motor with superior weight tolerance and variable height settings. It uses a GREENGUARD® certified fiberglass-backed matte white (MaxWhite® FG) projection material with RF remote control package. 

 

  • The Kestrel Home is a free-standing electric projection screen that demonstrates that this format can be reengineered to be an actual high-end product.  It utilizes a strong tubular motor that drives its “scissor-backed” cross spring risers. The risers support a theater-grade projection material with optimal flatness. The GREENGUARD® certified MaxWhite® FG material retracts into a matte black aluminum housing that elegantly compliments any interior décor.

 

  • The Kestrel Tab-Tension electric floor-rising screen is designed for environments where wall/ceiling installations are impractical. It has a stylish black finish and comes fully assembled. It uses a cross-rising apparatus driven by a tubular motor with superior weight tolerance and variable height settings. It uses a tab-tensioned CineWhite® 1.1 gain projection material with RF remote control package.