Draper’s Video Conferencing Camera Lift-Ceiling allows the placement of a video conferencing camera directly behind a motorized projection screen; the camera raises and lowers with the screen. Hide your video conferencing camera away in the ceiling when not in use!
This product is part of the multi-use approach to meeting and AV room design. When the room is being used for other purposes, the camera is hidden away in hte ceiling.
Varies with size.
Draper’s Video Conferencing Camera Lift - Ceiling is a unique product designed expressly for video conferencing cameras. It conceals the camera just above the ceiling and out of the way when not in use, and lowers it into position immediately below the bottom edge of a ceiling mounted projection screen surface in “down” position. Sleek, ceiling-recessed case features motorized door closures and installs directly behind screen case.
Fast, quiet, and unobtrusive, the Video Conferencing Camera Lift - Ceiling is offered in models to accommodate virtually any camera.
-Case dimensions are 10-7/16”h. x 9-1/2”d. x length. -Accommodates cameras up to 9” w. x 7” h. x 7” d. -Several sizes are available with a travel range anywhere from 72” to 103-7/8” and +/- 2” of adjustability. -Includes single station wall switch, other control options available.
Draper, Inc., a Spiceland, Ind.-based manufacturer of projection screens, window shades, videoconferencing accessories and gymnasium equipment, celebrated 100 years as a family-owned business in 2002. The company was founded by Luther O. Draper in 1902 to manufacture window shades for schools, and the company is still owned and managed by Draper's descendants. In 1957 Draper's grandson, Luther Pidgeon, secured a patent on an inexpensive classroom projection screen, marking Draper's entry into the screen business. Today, projection screens and related products are the largest component of Draper's business. Draper-manufactured products closely related to projection screens include rear projection display systems, video projector mounts and lifts, plasma display mounts, presentation easels and communication support furniture. In 1989 Draper introduced FlexShade Systems, a second line of window shades designed for the commercial market. In 1994 Draper entered the gymnasium equipment market. Today, the company's gymnasium equipment products include basketball backstops, gym dividers, wall pads, volleyball equipment, batting cages and wrestling mat hoists. Draper Inc. is headquartered in Spiceland, Ind., a village of 800 people located 40 miles east of Indianapolis, Ind. In addition to its Spiceland facilities, Draper has manufacturing or sales operations in Placentia, Calif.; Blackwood, Gwent, United Kingdom; Nacka, Sweden; Halmstad, Sweden and Hong Kong. Draper products are shipped to dealers throughout the United States and more than 75 foreign countries.