A common question with manual screens is if they have only one stopping point or if there are variable height settings.
- Manual SRM Product Video https://elitescreens.com/elitetube/Manual_SRM_Series_Product_Video_web.mp4
*The discussion below is based on actual chat transcripts with the omission of any personal/confidential material to protect the customer’s privacy. An example in this case is to change the contact’s identification name/number to “Customer” or a generic name.
- [15:49] Adam: Would you be able to tell me if the manual SRM Pro has an adjustable drop? I’d like to reduce the black masking at the top
- [15:50] Rick: This is a great question and I have a lot of information for you.
- [15:50] Rick: The Manual SRM has multiple stop points on its mechanism so you have versatility over just fully extending it. Here is the product video https://elitescreens.com/elitetube/Manual_SRM_Series_Product_Video_web.mp4
- [15:51] Adam: I did see it has vertical height settings but I could not find much information on what height intervals they were at.
- [15:51] Rick: The intervals are about 2.75 inches
- [15:52] Adam: ok.
- [15:52] Adam: And can you tell me how i would pull it down to take advantage of that?
- [15:54] Rick: The only thing is to eye or to mark where you want it to lock. it will be difficult to get the same position without making a stopping point.
- [15:57] Adam: So, you mean I can set it to multiple heights. It does not just set at full down with nothing in between?
- [15:58] Rick: Correct, this is a pull-down screen that has auto lock at variable height settings. Also, don’t over pull the material.
- [15:58] Adam: Ah ok I understand.
- [15:58] Adam: thank you very much
- [15:58] Rick: My pleasure. Thank you for reaching out.
- [15:59] Adam: that was all i needed to know. thank you