Da-Lite 40814ES Cosmopolitan Electrol 10 x 10' Motorized Screen (220V)

BH #DA40814ES • MFR #40814ES
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Da-Lite 40814ES Cosmopolitan Electrol 10 x 10' Motorized Screen (220V)
Key Features
  • 169.7" Diagonal / 1:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Matte White Surface
  • 1.0 Gain / 120° Viewing Angle
  • Silent Motor
The 220V 40814ES Cosmopolitan Electrol 10 x 10' Motorized Screen from Da-Lite is a ceiling or wall mounted electric screen. A variety of finishes and veneer options are available.
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$1,342.40

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Da-Lite 40814ES Cosmopolitan Electrol 10 x 10' Motorized Screen (220V)

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Da-Lite Cosmopolitan Electrol Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Matte White Screen Surface
  • 3Silent Motor
  • 4Key Features

The 220V 40814ES Cosmopolitan Electrol 10 x 10' Motorized Screen from Da-Lite is a ceiling or wall mounted electric screen. A variety of finishes and veneer options are available.

Matte White Screen Surface

Matte White is a fiberglass surface for non-high-definition projection and environments with controllable ambient light that can display color as well as black and white images. Cone: 120° Gain: 1.0

Silent Motor

Designed to provide silent operation when raising or lowering the screen

Key Features

  • Decora-style, three-position wall switch
  • Standard black backing retains projected brightness
  • Standard white powder-coated finish; available in black or veneer upon request

Da-Lite Cosmopolitan Electrol Specs

Type
Front/Rear ProjectionFront
Aspect Ratio1:1
StyleWall and ceiling
Dimensions
Viewing Area10.0 x 10.0'; / 3.0 x 3.0 m
Diagonal169.7" / 431.0 cm
Surface
Gain1.0
Viewing Angle120 degrees
Black BackingYes
Controls
MotorQuiet
Casing
FinishSteel
General
Voltage220 VAC/50 Hz
Packaging Info
Package Weight87 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)141 x 8 x 6"
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