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Designed to eliminate the extra step of finishing the screen with trim, the 220V 70124EL Tensioned Advantage Electrol 72.5 x 116" Ceiling-Recessed Motorized Screen from Da-Lite is designed with ceiling trim already in place. Once the screen is installed, the screen's trim conceals the rough opening eliminating the need to complete additional trim work. Sliding installation brackets are included to make it easy to attach the screen housing to the structure above the drop ceiling.
The Advantage Electrol screen features simple in-ceiling installation that can be done in two stages. The screen case can be installed during the rough-in construction stage and the fabric assembly can be completed during the finishing stage.
Dual Vision: Front/Rear Projection
Dual Vision is a flexible vinyl surface ideal for rear projection, but capable of front projection as well. Dual Vision is ideal for video projection under controlled ambient light conditions. With a wide viewing cone and light gray tint, a sharp image with no color shift is observed regardless of location in the room. Cone: 130° Gain: 0.9
Smooth Roll Technology to keep your screen flat
Slim-Tab, a lower profile and stronger tab design to keep your screen taut
Tensioning Cable System to prevent warping and ensure even lateral tension
UL Plenum rated case
White powder-coated case for a clean aesthetic
Low Voltage Control (LVC)
Allows the included wall switch, as well as devices such as automation systems, third-party wall switches, and remotes that support LVC, to raise or lower the screen remotely