Mustang SC-E92D16:9 projection screen

ELECTRIC 16:9
S C R E E N S
92”
57”
ELECTRIC
SC-E92D169
When looking for clean-line design that also delivers top of the performance, choose Mustang's Electric
Projection Screen. The smooth-running electric motor allows the screen to scroll up and down with its IR
remote or in-line switch. The scratch resistant steel white case will protect the screen when its not in use as
well as blend into any décor. Once the screen is pulled down, enjoy the screen's matte white viewing surface,
which diffuses projected light uniformly over the screen- creating ideal viewing from any angle. Black masking borders around the sides of the screen increase picture focus and contrast. The HDTV (widescreen)
versions include a black masking border above the image for a crisp clean look. Mustang's Electric Screen is
the ultimate electric projection screen.
84”
SPECIFICATIONS:
• Nominal Diagonal Size: 92”
• Aspect Ratio: 16:9
• Screen Size: 84”w x 57”h
• Viewing Size: 80”w x 45”h
• Screen Material: Matte White
• Top Mask: 12” Mask
• Case Size: Lenght: 92.2” Diameter: 3.4”
• Case Color: White
• Format: Motorized Wall Mount
• Gain: 1.0
• Electric Cord Length: 98”
FEATURES:
• Matte White Screen Surface for Optimal
Image and Color Reproduction
• Remote Control and Inline Switch Included
• Installs to Wall or Ceiling
• Installation Hardware Included
• Washable Screen Surface
(mild soap and water)
WARRANTY
• Three Years Parts and Labor
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Mustang Screen Limit Switch Adjustment
This is the power end of the case. The power cable
connection looks different than yours but the location
and function of the limit switches will remain the
same. You can see a rubber plug just above the word
Pass on the casing.
This photo shows the plug removed. It will give you
access to the yellow hex head bolt. Again, the color
of the bolt is possibly different on your screen but the
placement and function are identical.
Another picture of the two hexhead
bolts.This shot is from underneath
where the screen travels out of the
casing. These are nylon so do not
put too much tension on them. Also,
it is best to start with very small
adjustments like 1/8 turn or less to
begin. You do not want to allow too
much over-travel in either direction
as it could damage the screen.
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