Draper 101373QU Premier 108 x 144" Motorized Screen with LVC-IV Low Voltage Controller and Quiet Motor (120V)

BH #DR101373QU • MFR #101373QU
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Draper 101373QU Premier 108 x 144" Motorized Screen with LVC-IV Low Voltage Controller and Quiet Motor (120V)
Key Features
  • 15' Diagonal / 4:3 Aspect Ratio
  • Grey XH600V Surface
  • 0.6 Gain / 180° Viewing Cone
  • Motor-In-Roller Design
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The black, 120V 101373QU Premier 108 x 144" Motorized Screen with LVC-IV Low Voltage Controller and Quiet Motor from Draper is designed for wall- or ceiling-mounted installation. It features Draper's Tab-Tensioning System to hold the surface taut and keep it wrinkle-free. The projected image is framed by black masking borders at all sides for enhanced contrast. It uses a motor-in-roller system, which is mounted on special vibration insulators, so the screen operates smoothly and silently.
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Draper Premier Overview

The black, 120V 101373QU Premier 108 x 144" Motorized Screen with LVC-IV Low Voltage Controller and Quiet Motor from Draper is designed for wall- or ceiling-mounted installation. It features Draper's Tab-Tensioning System to hold the surface taut and keep it wrinkle-free. The projected image is framed by black masking borders at all sides for enhanced contrast. It uses a motor-in-roller system, which is mounted on special vibration insulators, so the screen operates smoothly and silently.

Grey XH600V Screen Surface

Grey XH600V Screen Surface

Motor-in-Roller Design

The motor is mounted inside the roller on special vibration insulators

Included Options

LVC-IV Low Voltage Control Module

The LVC-IV low voltage control is used to control the screen's motor using a third-party system in a variety of ways: with a low voltage wall switch, "dry" contact closure, RF (radio frequency), IR (infrared), serial communication (such as RS-232), or low voltage relay (3-28V). It works with the separately available LVC-S, WRT, IRT/R, SP-KSM, and KS-1 Power Supply Switch. The LVC-IV is housed in a single box, features three compartments, and is UL Listed. The module contains a 3-screw terminal block for a low voltage wall switch, an IR receiver jack, a built-in RF receiver, two-RJ25 ports for RS232/RS485, a low voltage relay port with cable, and a user-serviceable 3.5A fuse

Quiet Motor

Produces less noise when the screen is lowered or raised. Ideal for boardrooms, lecture halls, or other settings where the screen may need to raised or lowered during the event

Draper Premier Specs

Type
Front/Rear ProjectionFront
Aspect Ratio4:3
StyleWall/ceiling
Dimensions
Viewing Area108 x 144" / 274.3 x 365.8 cm
Diagonal15' / 4.6 m
Surface
Gain0.6
Viewing Angle180°
Screen SurfaceGrey XH600V
Controls
MotorQuiet
Included ControlsLow voltage control
Casing
Length165.8" / 421 cm
General
Voltage120 VAC/60 Hz
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When mounting on the ceiling, you can use S hooks, chains, or cables. There are holes in the end-caps. It can also be recessed. It requires this kit:Draper Ceiling Open Trim Kit - 10'6 -14'6 - For Ceiling-Recessed Premier, Targa and Luma 2 Projection Screens B&H # DR121207 MFR # 121207.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What kind of power cabling / power connector is provided?
Asked by: Anonymous
The screen is shipped with internal wiring and control switch(es) fully boxed, and supplied with a 6' cable lead. Longer lead can be substituted by removing two screws in the motor end of roller, removing lead, plugging new lead in, and replacing screws. Wire to connect screen to switch(es) and switch(es) to power supply should be furnished by the installer.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What is the length between the mounting brackets?
Asked by: Anonymous
From the installation instructions the mounts will be attached to the studs on the wall. These are sliding mounts that allow the case attachment bracket to be any where within 24 of the end of the case.
Answered by: Graham N.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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