Draper Expands RS232 Control to Projection Screen Line

Draper now offers the ability to control screens via serial and network communication, and will be showing off the controls during InfoComm.

Due to the success of its IntelliFlex line of window shade controls, Draper, Inc. is expanding the award -winning concept into other product areas. With the new MC1 control, Draper now offers serial communication with projection screens and several projector lift models via RS232. The MC1 also makes network communication possible.

Ideal for Home Automation Integration, the programmable MC1 also allows the use of infrared and radio remote control and other input devices to control the screen - - and the input devices can be easily changed at any time to suit a customer's changing needs or new technologies, and without any rewiring.
The programmable MC1 is extremely versatile, and opens up Draper screens -and some Draper projector lift models -to control by numerous AV integrator input devices.
For more information on the new MC1, visit Draper in booth 445 during InfoComm 2005, June 8 -10 in Las Vegas.

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