Seamless Integration Into Your Home or Office
The EluneVision In-Ceiling series screens have a sleek, white aluminum housing that is both durable and attractive. Our specially designed housing allows you to hide the screen in your ceiling, resulting in a sleek, seamlessly integrated projection system for your home or office. The In-Ceiling series screens allows you to make no compromise - maximum performance when your projection system is in use, and zero intrusion in your home or office when the screen material is retracted back into your ceiling, post-use.
The EluneVision In-Ceiling motorized screen is built for installation versatility. Whether it’s a corporate boardroom installation, or a home theater renovation, the screen can be mounted using a variety of methods, including steel rods (provided), aircraft cables, or by direct bolt on method. These methods ensure that the screen can always be installed level with your ceiling to create the best fit and finish. For example T-Bar Ceilings can use both aircraft cable hanging installation method or steel thread method. For basement renovations, the screen can be screwed or bolted to joists.
Black Borders for Enhanced Contrast
It seems like a small feature to have black borders around the viewing area, but it should not be underestimated. Having black borders improve the perceived brightness and contrast of a projected image by surrounding the projected images in black. This adds both punch and brightness.
There are many manufactures of screens today that just use a black metal bar to create the black border on the bottom of the screen. At EluneVision, we believe this is completely unacceptable. The reason why the bottom black border is so important is:
- it is extremely difficult to have the projected image fit perfectly within the viewing area. So a bit of stray light will hit the black border. The border absorbs the light so that contrast and brightness is enhanced
- the metal bars used by other manufactures are very small and narrow. This creates an unbalanced image as the top borders are bigger than the bottom border
- the metal bars typically are more reflective than an actual black border which means that the light will reflect off the metal bar, thus decreasing the perceived brightness and contrast
Triple-Layered, Fiberglass-Enforced Screen Material
The In-Ceiling series uses an extremely durable, heavy duty, triple layered material. The first layer is consists of the optical viewing surface. The second layer is a thick fiberglass layer giving the material strength and durability. The last layer is a fully black material that is opaque to all visible light.
At 1mm thick the middle fiberglass layer is extremely strong and resilient. This means that material is extremely resistant to having creases or folds and will easily last a life time. Not many manufacturers are using such thick material due to cost and most materials in the marketplace today will be paper thin and can be easily punctured with even a pencil.
The light absorbing black backing effectively stops light loss through the back of the screen. This results in more of the projected image reflecting back through the audience. The increase in projected light not only improves contrast levels, colour saturation, and brightness, it also allows for the projector to be run at a lower brightness setting, saving precious lamp life. Most projection materials sold today do not have the black backing and many manufactures claim they have opaque material. In reality, when the materials are held up to the sun, the light will pass right through showing the loss of light.
Whisper-Quiet Motor Operation
EluneVision In-Ceiling screens use a combination of quiet and reliable synchronous motors and the self-adjusting bearings to achieve low noise. The screen rolls down smoothly, as the motors feature our patented technology to remove vibration and noise.
Easy Access to Motor and Controls
The EluneVision In-Ceiling screen features an easy to remove screen panel, allowing you to access the screen material and the motor without removing the screen. This means that you will absolutely never have to remove your screen from the ceiling, whether you need to modify/change the motor settings, install a 12V trigger or change the drop limits of your screen.
Screen Drop Limit Controls
The EluneVision In-Ceiling screen has drop limit controls, allowing the user to set how far the screen will drop down automatically. Just unscrew the screen cover, and adjust with the limit adjustment tool. This eliminates the need to manually stop the screen every time you want to use it - instead, you simply set up the limit once.
12V Trigger Output
To be used in conjunction with the drop-down limit controls, the In-Ceiling screen has a 12V Trigger port that can be wired to your projector. This allows the screen to be fully automated - when you turn the projector on, the screen drops down automatically. Similarly, when you turn the projector off, the screen will be rolled back up into its housing automatically..
Remotes and Wall Control Offering Ease of Use
The In-Ceiling series comes with wall control panel, 110V outlet plug, as well as two remotes - one IR and one RF remote control. This ensures our screens can be operated under a variety of situations with the upmost ease. Furthermore, the 110V plug means you can get our screens up and running quickly and easily.
All EluneVision screens come packaged in two layers of 1 cm thick cardboard. This ensures that your screen is not damaged during the shipping process. In addition to the outer cardboard packaging, the screen housing is covered by a layer of plastic film to ensure the frames are delivered in impeccable condition. The material is well protected, as all parts are tied down to prevent any knocking during transportation.