Draper Introduces Two New Motorized Projector Mounts

Draper, Inc., is introducing two new motorized projector mounts--the Phantom and the Orbiter.

(SPICELAND, IND) -Draper, Inc., is introducing two new motorized projector mounts.


The Phantom works on a simple principle. The projector is mounted into a framework above the ceiling. When activated, a trapdoor lowers the projector into the room using a precision actuator with pre -set limits. The projector is easily aligned during installation to provide a direct light path onto your Draper screen.

The Orbiter conceals the projector above the ceiling and quickly rotates it into the "show" position at the touch of a switch or wireless transmitter. The Orbiter's compact design allows it to fit into small ceiling cavities.

Both the Phantom and the Orbiter include a universal projector mounting bracket.

For more information on the Phantom and Orbiter, visit www.draperinc.com or call (765) 987 -7999.

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