Battery-Operated Outdoor Projection Screen

Yard Master Wireless Series

GREENGUARD Certified
IPX3 Certified Projector Screens

The Yard Master Wireless is a battery-operated outdoor projection screen which eliminates the need for a power cable. The screen is lowered and raised using a Radio Frequency remote control and is IPX3 rated for water protection in outdoor spaces. The retractable design is ideal for wall and patio installations as it brings media room quality presentations that are perfect evening and nighttime gatherings.

“I’ve got nothing but praise for the Yard Master screen; it did everything it was supposed to do every time I used it. The screen was responsive enough to the remote that I could easily stop it at any position, and the 180-degree off-angle viewing is as good as advertised, allowing me to move off-center as far as anyone would be practically seated and still get an enjoyable image.” – John Sciacca, Residential Systems

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Screen Material

  • MaxWhite 1.1 Gain matte white front projection material has superb color temperature
  • Wide viewing angle allows the audience to see a clear, bright, uniform picture from any angle.
  • Standard 4-side black masking borders absorb projector overshoot while enhancing visual contrast.
  • Black backing eliminates light penetration for enhanced brightness and color saturation to prevent picture degradation.
  • Compatible with Full HD, Ultra HD (4K/8K) and Active 3D projectors.
  • Not compatible with Ultra/Short-Throw Projectors.
  • Available in diagonal size 125″ in 16:9 format

Design, Installation and Control System

  • Designed for outdoor use without compromising its home theater visual appeal.
  • Dynamic indoor home theater quality with the durability of an outdoor product.
  • Ideal for backyards, patios, pool decks, and recreation room installations.
  • Heavy-duty steel case in a white finish includes end caps for wall or suspended ceiling installation.
  • Radio Frequency remote for long range operation without line of sight required.
  • Built-in rechargeable Li-on battery eliminates need to plug screen into a power outlet.
  • Battery charge can last up to 200 cycles on a single charge.
  • IPX3 Rated for protection against water spray less than 60 degrees from vertical.

Quality and Reliability

  • Tubular motor allows swift operation with a superior weight tolerance and operational lifespan
  • 2-year limited warranty, and 3-year warranty for ENR-G – Education, Non-profit, Religious and Government/Military organizations
  • Lifetime Tech Support by Elite Screens Professional Service Team through Email, Phone or Online Form.

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Matte White Materials FAQ's

Q: What is the difference between Elite’s MaxWhite® Fiberglass (FG) and SpectraWhite Fiberglass (FG)? Why is fiberglass backing important?
Q: What is the difference between Elite’s MaxWhite® Fiberglass (FG) and SpectraWhite Fiberglass (FG)? Why is fiberglass backing important?

Elite’s MaxWhite® FG and Spectra White FG are very comparable as they both are self-supporting matte white front projection screen surfaces with fiberglass backing. Having a fiberglass backing is beneficial as the embedded fiber glass improves rigidity which results in a more stiff material. Thus, the fiberglass backing provides the flattest possible surface a non-tensioned screen can offer. Additionally, the fiber glass backing eliminates any side curling non-tensioned materials are susceptible to, especially under cold temperatures. Both the MaxWhite® FG and SpectraWhite FG will provide an excellent quality image in light controlled environments. The main difference between the materials is that the MaxWhite® FG utilizes a more neutral white material for better white levels. Both the Spectra White FG and MaxWhite® FG have viewing angles of 180° (90° left and right). The wide diffusion uniformity on both the materials maintain luminance levels throughout the entire surface. The MaxWhite® FG is also offered on many more of or products, whereas the SpectraWhite FG is solely available on the Starling and Starling Tension. The Spectra White FG material is also slightly thicker than the MaxWhite® FG.

Q: What is the difference between Elite’s MaxWhite®, MaxWhite® B and MaxWhite® FG screen materials?
Q: What is the difference between Elite’s MaxWhite®, MaxWhite® B and MaxWhite® FG screen materials?

Elite Screens’ MaxWhite® and MaxWhite® FG are excellent screen materials for front projection presentations. The materials have a multi-layer weave and textured surface coating that offer perfect diffusion uniformity, color reproduction, and black and white contrast. Both have a 1.1 gain that allows for 180° viewing angles (90° left and right) and are black-backed which avoids light penetration. They are also easy to clean, mildew resistant, and GreenGuard® Gold UL 2818 certified. MaxWhite® B on the other hand, while maintaining the wide 180 degree viewing angle, has a unity 1.0 Gain that reflects 100% projector light as opposed to 1.1 Gain (110%). It is also formulated to be utilized in our most commonly used front projection screens. This allows more flexibility in our offerings of cost-effective products for mass production. The key difference between the MaxWhite®/MaxWhite® B and MaxWhite® FG is that the MaxWhite® FG has a fiber glass backing. This is beneficial as the embedded fiber glass improves rigidity which results in a more stiff material. Thus, the MaxWhite® FG provides the flattest possible surface a non-tensioned screen can offer. Additionally, the fiber glass backing eliminates any side curling non-tensioned materials are susceptible to, especially under cold temperatures. Lastly, the MaxWhite® FG is also flame retardant and complies with NFPA 701 Standards.

Q: What is the difference between Tensioned and Non-Tensioned Screen Material?
Q: What is the difference between Tensioned and Non-Tensioned Screen Material?

Tension material provides a flatter screen surface and for better uniformity and even light distribution without waving or curving on the projection surface. These problems could be caused by temperature variations in multiple layer materials. Newer non-tensioned materials such as our MaxWhite® or MaxWhite® FG have greatly reduced occurrences of this flaw to the point of arguably matching its flatness in some cases. Some prefer non-tensioned due to aesthetics but tension still generally has superior flatness.

Q: What is the viewing angle on the MaxWhite® material?
Q. What is the viewing angle on the MaxWhite® material?

The viewing angle of the MaxWhite® material is 180°.

Yard Master Wireless Series FAQs

Q: Is the Yard Master Wireless RF remote rechargeable or does it use batteries?
Q: Is the Yard Master Wireless RF remote rechargeable or does it use batteries?

The RF remote is not rechargeable and requires one button cell CR2032 battery.

Q: How do I know the state of the battery?
Q: How do I know the state of the battery?

When charging the battery, the light on the charger is RED. The light on the charger will turn GREEN to indicate it is fully charged.

Q: How long does it take to get to a full charge?
Q: How long does it take to get to a full charge?

It takes 2 ½ hours to fully charge the battery.

Q: How do I know when the screen is getting close to the end of the battery charge?
Q: How do I know when the screen is getting close to the end of the battery charge?

A. When the battery charge is below 10%, the screen will emit a beeping sound when it is in use.

Q: Do you know how long will it hold its charge when not in use?
Q: Do you know how long will it hold its charge when not in use?

A. The battery can hold its charge for up to 3 months without use.

Q; How long does the fully charged battery last?
Q; How long does the fully charged battery last?

A fully charged battery will last about the following up/down cycles according to the size.
125” = 200 up/down cycles.
140” = 180 up/down cycles

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2-year limited warranty, and 3-year warranty for ENR-G – Education, Non-profit, Religious and Government/Military organizations

Lifetime Tech Support by Elite Screens Professional Service Team through Email, Phone or Online Form.

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