How to Select Chat: I’m interested in getting an In-Ceiling Projection Screen

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Getting an In-Ceiling Projection Screen is one of the most rewarding home renovation projects you can take on.  Below is a discussion on getting an integrated-ceiling screen along with videos and an article on installing them.




Here are the links used in the discussion that are for some favorite UST projector-friendly screens:




*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.



[20:47] Customer: hi. i’m looking to get a recessed motorozied ceiling screen

[20:48] Rick has joined the conversation

[20:48] Rick: Hello,

[20:48] Rick: yes, I be happy to assist we do have a line of recessed screens.

[20:50] Rick: here is a link for recesses screens.

[20:51] Customer: how can i get pricing

[20:51] Customer: can you send me over the pricing. i need a 110″ screen

[20:52] Rick: you may get pricing here

[20:53] Rick: but you may get the model and search online to get a list of dealers with individual pricing.

[20:54] Customer: do you have any in 4:3 aspect ratio?

[20:54] Customer: also, which ones would you recommend – it’s for commercial use so I can’t have it break down

[20:54] Customer: also, what is “tab tension”

[20:56] Rick: one moment let me check if we have stock for a 4:3 aspect ratio screen.

[20:56] Rick: tab tension is a tension screen that will provide you a flat surface. this is design if you are going to use short throw or ultra-short throw projector

[20:57] Customer: what is short throw projector?

[21:00] Rick: short throw projectors are unit that are position about 4 to 8 ft away from the screen. regular throw projectors are positioned from 10 to 16+ ft away. Ultra-short throw projectors are set from 2 to 10 inches away from the screen.

[21:00] Customer: ok. our projector is about 15 ft away so what type of screen should i get?

[21:02] Rick: i have looked into our screens and I do apologize we don’t have screen in a 4:3 format. the only one we have are in a 16:9 aspect ratio.

[21:03] Customer: ok which do you recommend

[21:05] Customer: what’s the difference between evanesce and evanesce b?

[21:07] Rick: Evanesce series is our first-generation screen. the Evanesce B series is are 2nd generation series but is design to be more compact in size.

[21:07] Rick: EB110HW2-E12 this is the model i recommend.

[21:11] Customer: can you send me a link so i can see it

[21:13] Rick:

[21:13] Customer: what is better Evanesce or evanesce b?

[21:13] Customer: which one lasts longer?

[21:13] Customer: or are they the same??

[21:16] Rick: there the same the only difference is the Evanesce b is smaller housing.

[21:19] Customer: ok. i am looking at EB120VW2-E8. besides the screen, what does this come with? like is there a remote, or do we have to install the switch in the wall?

[21:20] Rick: it comes with the full remote kit set. IR, RF and wall switch, with accessories to set a trigger with projector.

[21:23] Customer: ok can you explain what each of those are?

[21:23] Customer: so a remote control?

[21:23] Customer: idk what ir rf and wall switch is

[21:24] Rick: the IR is infrared remote this requires the line of sight; the RF is radio frequency you have longer reach and does not require the line of sight. the 3-way wall switch plugs to the screen and you can control it manually.

[21:25] Customer: ok so there is no wiring required behind the wall to input a switch into the wall correct?

[21:25] Customer: or how does the wall switch work?

[21:26] Customer: and would i even need to use it or can i just use the remote

[21:27] Rick: no, this are option you may choose to take, depending on what you need it for.



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