Quiet Projection Screens with Built-In Low Voltage

In addition to external network communication via RS232, dry contact, infrared remote control and other input devices to control the screen ‚¬â€œ Draper now offers screens with much of this capability built into the motor. The new motors with built-in low voltage controllers allow remote control capabilities without the need to add on external pieces ‚¬â€and without adding to the length of the screen case. These features are combined with built-in low voltage controllers on several screen models, reducing the noise of motor operation by up to 30 percent.

Based in Spiceland, Indiana, Draper manufactures projection screens, AV mounts and structures, window shades, and gymnasium equipment. The family-owned and -operated business was founded in 1902 by Luther O. Draper and is owned and managed by his descendants. With locations in the United States, Sweden and United Kingdom, Draper ships products to dealers throughout the United States and more than 100 countries. To learn more about Draper, visit www.draperinc.com.

411 S Pearl St
Spiceland IN 47385
United States
(765) 856-1221
Draper, Inc.
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