Da-Lite 92578E Cosmopolitan Electrol Motorized Projection Screen (45 x 80")

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Da-Lite 92578E Cosmopolitan Electrol Motorized Projection Screen (45 x 80")
Key Features
  • Wall or Ceiling Mount
  • Non-Tensioned
  • 92" Diagonal
  • HDTV Format
The Dalite 45 x 80" Cosmopolitan Electrol Front Projection Screen is a good, solid and reliable choice for school, business or even home use. This screen is a good choice when either your site, budget or demands do not require a permanently recessed installation. 

The built-in motor is quiet and offers reliable and smooth service. The tensioned version of this screen offers a guide cable that maintains even horizontal pressure to hold the surface flat while a custom slat bar with added weight maintains the vertical tension. Its handsome white case blends with any decor.

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how much power in watts is required at 115 volts?
Asked by: Anonymous
Here is the listed power rating: 120 V. 60 Hz. 2.5 Max. Amp. For more information please contact the manufacturer directly:P: 574.267.8101 or 800.622.3737E: [email protected]<a href= http://da-lite.com target= _blank >da-lite.com</a><a href= http://www.da-lite.com target= _blank >www.da-lite.com</a>Installation Instructions and motor ratings:<a href= http://www.da-lite.com//media/Images/DaLite/Product/Series/Resources/Cosmopolitan%20Electrol/Installation.pdf target= _blank >http://www.da-lite.com//media/Images/DaLite/Product/Series/Resources/Cosmopolitan%20Electrol/Installation.pdf</a>
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Can the DALITE 40932 Brackets be used to hang the 34464L screen?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes you can. Da-Lite recommends those exact brackets as one of the installation methods.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Does this screen come with an LVC? If not, what is the part number for the appropriate LVC.
Asked by: Joe H.
This is the 220V version with the built in Low Voltage Control: <a href= http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=productlist&A=details&Q=&sku=698785&is=REG&index=Y target= _blank >http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=productlist&A=details&Q=&sku=698785&is=REG&index=Y</a>
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is this hard wired or plugin
Asked by: Anonymous
This Projection Screen comes with a 3-Position Wall Switch for operation.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is remote control included?
Asked by: Lawrence C.
NO remote control included. In the Box:Da-Lite 34460 Cosmopolitan Electrol Motorized Projection Screen (60 x 96 ,120V, 60Hz) 3-Position Wall Switch Cover Plate One-Year Warranty OPTONAL REMOTE CONTROL:Da-Lite Infrared Wireless Remote (Single Motor LVC, 110V) - B&H # DARCSI
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Can this be recessed into a suspended ceiling with the proper framing?
Asked by: Debra B.
While you would have a gap around the case, and it might not look fantastic where it sits beneath the ceiling, there's no reason why you couldn't hang it above the ceiling and improvise framing.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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After almost a year of once a week operation at our church the screen stopped all movement. An electrician was able to lower it for use by bypassing the box with a low voltage feed . What is needed to restore normal operation??
Asked by: Anonymous
Da-Lite provides a one year limited warranty. They should be able to repair or replace it for you. Please contact Da-Lite.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Does it support 240V voltage?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. This screen is designed for electricity roughly 220V/240V. Electricity fluctuates so voltage is not consistent.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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