Infocus | SC-PUW-90 | Datasheet | Infocus SC-PU-100 projection screen

INSTRUCTION BOOK FOR
DELUXE pull up floor screen
sc-pu-100
sc-puw-73
sc-puw-90
InFocus Corporation
13190 SW 68th Parkway
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97223
www.InFocus.com
INTRODUCTION
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Thank you for purchasing this InFocus product. Before
attempting to use it, make sure to carefully read the
contents of these instructions.
1. Lifting Handle
11. Slat
2. Slat handle
12. Long arm
3. Screen film
13. Upper arm hinge
4. Skirt film
14. Short arm
5. Left end cap
15. Lower arm hinge
6. Rotating foot
16. Air shock
7. Bottom case
17. Case handle
8. Right end cap
18. Extending Handle
9. Case cover
CAUTION!
(90" and 100" only)
10. Case latch
1. Avoid touching the films during raising or lowering of
unit.
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2. Do not set up the screen on an unstable or uneven
surface. This may cause the screen to fall or tip over, resulting in damage to the screen or personal injury. Be
especially careful when setting up at home where small
children may be present.
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3. When screen is not in use and retracted, use the
built-in feet to stabilize it on a flat surface. Standing the
screen on one of its ends creates the risk of falling over,
and should be avoided.
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4. Do not hang or attach items to the screen.
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CARE OF SCREEN
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1. Do not leave the screen in areas subject to direct
sunlight.
2. Keep the projection surface of the screen free from
dirt and dust, which can interfere with the quality of the
projected image. If the screen becomes dirty, lightly
wipe it off with soft cloth moistened in a weak, 20 to 1
solution of a mild neutral detergent and water. Benzine,
thinner, and other volatile agents can cause permanent
damage to the screen and should never be used for
cleaning.
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3. Do not set up the screen in areas subjected to strong
breeze. This may cause the screen to move and interfere with the quality of the projected image.
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4. Place the end of the extending handle under the slat
handle as shown below and raise screen to desired
height. (100" model only)
SETTING UP THE SCREEN
1. Rotate feet until they are perpendicular with the
case.
2. Release the latches and open the case cover. On the
90" and 100" models remove extending handle and
extend it as shown.
Note: Push lightly down on the center of the case to
release the latches.
STORING THE SCREEN
5. Grasp the Slat Handle and lower the screen slowly
back into the case. Make sure you hold onto the handle
and keep the slat level as you lower the screen back into
the case.
3. Pull up the screen slowly at a certain height using the
Lifting Handle then grasp the Slat handle and raise the
screen slowly keeping the slat level as you raise the
screen.
6. Place the end of the extending handle under the slat
handle as shown below and lower the screen until you
can easily reach the slat handle. (90" and 100" models
only)
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On 90" and 100" models only
7. Collapse the extending handle by pressing on the
button as shown and sliding the two halves together.
Store extending handle in case.
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions:
see drawing
60"
73" and 80"
Shipping dimensions: 6-1/4" x 7" x 61-1/2" 6-1/4" x 7" x 77-1/8"
Weight of unit:
14.0 Lbs.
16.4 Lbs.
Shipping weight:
17.3 Lbs.
20.4 Lbs.
90" and 100"
Shipping dimensions: 6-1/4" x 7" x 91-1/4"
Weight of unit:
19.8 Lbs.
Shipping weight:
23.8 Lbs.
60"
79-1/4"
73"
80-1/4"
55-1/2" / 71-1/4" / 87"
80"
81-1/2"
4-1/2"
90"
88"
100"
96"
4-1/2"
8. Close the case cover and latch it. It may be necessary to press down on the case top to get the latches to
engage properly.
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
11-3/4"
WARRANTY
For warranty support, contact Da-Lite Screen Company.
DA-LITE SCREEN COMPANY, INC.
3100 North Detroit Street
Post Office Box 137
Warsaw, Indiana 46581-0137
Phone: 574-267-8101
800-622-3737
Fax: 574-267-7804
Toll Free Fax: 877-325-4832
www.da-lite.com
e-mail: info@da-lite.com
Note: Before carrying the case, rotate the feet, so they
are out of the way.
WARNING
When storing the screen, be sure that you protect it
from falling. Leaning the case against a wall or other surface creates the danger of falling over.
Printed in U.S.A.
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97191
Rev. 5/11
83776 Rev. 11/00
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