Draper Offers Market's Smallest Lifts for Plasma Displays and Projectors

Draper adds motorized lift for plasma displays to line of lifts and mounts

Draper, Inc. is expanding its line of motorized lift products to include the smallest lifts available today for plasma displays and video projectors.


Draper's new Aero Plasma Lift will handle plasma displays up to 61", while adding less than 1½" to the overall depth - the industry's smallest footprint. The lift can be built into custom cabinetry to allow the display to "pop up" into a home theatre, conference room or boardroom.

The all -new AeroLift 25 has the smallest footprint and height of any video projector lift, installing easily between standard 2" x 10" ceiling joists on 16" centers. When fully closed, the AeroLift 25 is a mere 3" high x 12½" wide x 23¼" long - not including the projector. The AeroLift 25 can also be used to recess speakers, security cameras, videoconferencing cameras or document cameras.

For a look at the latest motorized lift products being offered by Draper, stop by booth 312 during CEDIA 2003, September 5 -7 in Indianapolis, or visit www.draperinc.com.

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