User Guide - Lunette 2 Series

User Guide - Lunette 2 Series
Lunette 2 Series
Curved Fixed Frame Projection Screen
User’s Guide
Important Safety and Warning Precautions
Please follow these instructions carefully to ensure proper maintenance and safety with your Lunette
Series Fixed Frame Curved Screen
1. When hanging the screen up, please make sure that no other objects – such as power switches, outlets,
furniture, ladders, windows, etc., occupy the space designated for your Fixed-Frame screen.
2. Regardless if the screen is hung on or installed into the wall; make sure that the proper mounting anchors
are used and that the weight is supported appropriately by a strong and structurally sound surface just as any
large and heavy picture frame should.
(Please consult a home improvement specialist for the best advice on installation.)
3. Frame parts are made of high quality velour-surfaced aluminum and should be handled with care.
4. When not in use, cover the screen with a furniture sheet to protect it from dirt, grime, paint, or any other
5. When cleaning, use a soft cloth moistened with warm water to remove any marks on the frame or screen
6. Never attempt to use any solutions, chemicals, or abrasive cleaners on the screen surface.
7. In order to avoid damaging the screen, avoid touching it directly with your fingers, writing tools, or any
other sharp or abrasive objects.
8. Spare parts should be placed out of reach of small children in accordance with household safety guidelines.
The projection screen frame is made of high-quality aluminum alloy and should be handled with care.
Use a soft cloth with warm water to remove any spots on the screen material surface.
To avoid damaging the screen material, never attempt to use any solutions, chemicals, or abrasive
cleaners on the screen itself, and never attempt to touch the screen with your fingers or sharps/abrasive
Hardware and Parts List
A. Dry-wall anchor
x 12 pcs
B. 1.77” L –Bracket x 2-4 pcs
125” models and above = 2pcs
Under 125” = 4 pcs
E. M5x15 screws
x 8 pcs
I. Elbow joint
x 4pcs
C. 3.54” L-Bracket
x 0-2 pcs
D. Lower Bracket
x 2pcs
125” models and above = 2 pcs
Under 125” = 0 pcs
F. Wood screws
x 12 pcs
G. Plastic clip plate x
1 bag
H. Butterfly screws
x 4 pcs
J. Wall bracket
x 1 pcs
K. Rubber Mallet
x 1 pcs
L. Screwdriver
x 1 pcs
M. Center Support Bar x 1-2 pcs
N. Screen Material x 1pcs
1. Center support bar may be packed with the screen material.
2. Models 165” and above includes 2 pcs
O. Vertical Upright Frame x 2 pcs
P. Horizontal Curved Frame x 2 pcs
Frame Assembly and Screen Material Installation
1. Insert both Elbow Joints (I) into each Horizontal Curved Frame (P) and join all four frame parts
together as shown below.
2. After making sure that all four corners join at right angles (forming a perfect rectangle), fasten the four
angles together by using M5x15 screws (E).
Minimal gap is normal here
3. Layout the Screen Material on a clean and dry surface. Then, gently roll out the screen material over the
back of the fixed frame.
Vertical Upright Fame
Horizontal Curved Frame
Back of the screen material
4. Attach the fix plates.
(1) Stretch the material to the corner and insert the screen material’s edge in the groove of the frame. While
one hand holds the material in place the other hand snaps in the push plate (Fig.4-Fig.5).
Insert push plate in
Frame groove
Screen material edge
(Fig. 4)
(Fig. 5)
Schematic cross section of the frame
(2) Begin by securing the four corners in the following sequence A→B→C→D (Fig.6).
(3) Insert the fix the plates as shown on Fig. 5. Fix plate ① is about 10cm away from the frame’s corner. Fix
plate ② is about 5cm away. (Fig.7)
Fig. 7
(Fig. 6)
Tip for attaching the last corner (D):
1. Position yourself left of location ①.
2. Pull the material to the corner of the frame with your hand while your left hand
snaps in the fix plate on location ①(the third red dot).
3. Then insert and snap in the fix plate on location②.
Fig. 8
4. Next, move and position yourself on location ③,then pull the edge to the
frame and fasten plates on locations ③and④.
② ⑤
5. Finally, fasten the last fix plate on location⑤. (Fig.8)
(4) Place a fix plate in the center of each side in the following order E→F→G→H.(Fig.9)
(5) Next, fasten a fix plate on the center of each frame side in the following order
I→J→K→L→M→N→O→P as shown in Fig.10.
(6) Fasten the remainder of the fix plates in the empty locations in the red markings to complete attaching the
screen material. (Fig.11)
Black backing for AcousticPro Models
This procedure only applies to AcousticPro models. Disregard this section if your Fixed Frame does not
include an acoustically transparent screen material. The purpose of the black backing material is to block out
any light penetration that may reflect off of anything mounted behind the screen, which can cause distortion to
the projected image.
The black backing is held in place by the Velcro that is on the fix plates.
Black backing
Fix plates secure the Acoustic material and the black backing behind it.
Interval markings reveal the best points for inserting the fix plates (Fig.
12). The prongs on the fix plates insert to the lip on the back of the frame
creating a friction hold that will firmly keep the material and black
backing in place (Fig. 13-14).After the material has been installed, the
backing will lay over the back of the white (Acoustic) material and then
be held in place by the Velcro on the fix plates (Fig 15).
(Fig. 12)
(Fig. 13)
(Fig. 14)
(Fig. 15)
Center Support Bar
1. Center Support Bar may be packed in a plastic tube with the screen material.
Center support bar
2. 撑
Insert the Center Support Bar into the upper top groove on the back of the frame (note: this not the same
groove where the fix plate inserts) with the bottom end near the center point of the frame, and place it in
at an angle so that both ends of the bar are aligned with the groove.
3. Slide the top end of the bar into the top center point location (as shown below) to complete the center
support bar installation. This will provide added stability to the frame and added tension to the
For 165” and above models
1. Use butterfly screws to install the upper bracket as shown in following diagrams
Use two 1.77” brackets to assemble an
upper bracket for models below 125”
Use one 1.77” bracket and one 3.54” bracket to
assemble an upper bracket for models 125” and above.
2. Locate the height where you want the screen installed, and draw an upper base line. Install the wall
bracket (J) in the middle area of the upper base line as shown below. Confirm the distance between
the two brackets on the level direction following the data E of P10 diagram. Mark the hole location on
the wall by following the base line and the upper bracket’s screw hole site, and then drill the hole.
Insert the wall anchor and tighten the upper bracket using the provided screw.
Note: The upper base line must align with the upper bracket’s top edge
Upper bracket
Wood screw
Hollow wall anchor
Upper base line
3. Draw a lower base line according to the data F of P10 diagram and the upper base line, and then make a
hole on the wall according to the screw hole location for the lower bracket, then insert the anchor and
tighten the lower bracket with the provided screw.
Upper bracket
Hollow wall anchor Wood screw
Lower bracket
Note: Two (2) or more people must install the frame for added safety.
4. Mount the frame on the wall mount in the center. Then, slide the upper brackets over to the frame
grooves and gently pull the frame down onto the bracket. The lower bracket will also slide into the groove of
the lower frame.
Upper base line
Lower base line
Installation diagram
of frame and bracket
Base line
Swing the bottom
bracket to the left or
right to fit it in the
groove of the lower
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