PROJECTOR LIFT SI-H 100
The projector lift SI-H 100 is studied in
order to support large and heavy video
projectors up to 25 Kg. of weight. The
lift has been developed to be installed
inside a false ceiling in order to hide the
projector, lift and cables, thus granting
the best aesthetic and practical
solution. The SI-H 100 is supplied with
an extremely silent motor that allows a
descent from a minimum of 14,5 cm.
to a maximum of 96 cm.
Moreover it is supplied with extendable
side brackets in order to allow an easy
fixing of the panel of your false ceiling
by adjustable threaded bars. The panel
can be mounted under the projector,
even if the projector is larger as the lift
itself.
PROJECTOR LIFT
CLOSED
The lift SI-H 100 is equipped with two SAFETY
SCREWS that prevent the lift to extent further to the
preset end stop.
PROJECTOR LIFT
PARTLY OPEN
PROJECTOR LIFT
SIDE VIEW
One more interesting element of this lift is a CABLES
GATHERING SYSTEM with a raceway where to put
the cables of the projector, so they will be hidden and
tidy gathered together when the projector lift is going
up.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
• POWER SUPPLY
• MAXIMUM CONSUMPTION
• TORQUE • MOTOR SPEED
• MINIMUM DIMENSIONS LIFT CLOSED
• DIMENSIONS LIFT OPENED
• MAXIMUM SIZE FIXING POINTS PROJECTOR
• MAXIMUM LOAD • MAXIMUM OVERALL SIZE OF PROJECTOR
• NET WEIGHT OF THE PROJECTOR LIFT
• CABLE GATHERING SYSTEM
220-230 V 50 HZ
184 W
20 Nm
17 Rpm
576x145x555 mm. (WxHxD)
576x960x555 mm. (WxHxD)
370x400 mm. (WxD)
25 KG.
570x600 mm. (WxD)
12 KG.
20x18 mm. (WxH)
rranty
Wa months
24
652
38
576
38
510
MAX 570
MAX 580
CLOSED LIFT: FRONTAL VIEW
MAX
OPEN LIFT: SIDE VIEW
400
CLOSED LIFT: SIDE VIEW
370
MAXIMUM SIZE FIXING
POINTS PROJECTOR
* The measures of the drawings are expressed in millimetres.
Euroscreen S.r.l.
Via Stiria, 45/16 - 33100 Udine - Italy
Tel. +39 0432 522755
Fax +39 0432 524000
pany
green com
www.screenint.com
info@screenint.com
Euroscreen S.r.l. has reserved the right to modify its products at anytime without obligation of notice, in order to improve their performances.
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