Great solution for large images.
Ivolum electric screen
Our range of electric screens is ideal for a fixed installation.
Once installed, it is easy to operate the screen using the remote control. The screen is ideal if a power supply is available. It can be used for showing films and watching sports whether it's installed at home, in a bar or for business presentations in the office.
|200 x 200 cm / 78'' x 78''||200 x 150 cm / 78'' x 59''||200 x 113 cm / 78'' x 44''|
|240 x 240 cm / 94'' x 94''||240 x 180 cm / 94'' x 70''||240 x 135 cm / 94'' x 53''|
The electric screen is operated via the radio remote control, it can be fully extended, retracted or stopped at any position. The motor is quiet and reliably stops the fabric at the same position.
Decide where you wish to install the screen. It comes pre-assembled and can be mounted to the wall or ceiling in a few easy steps.
Optimal image reproduction
The black back is impervious to light. The black borders increase the contrast. The type D fabric (diffuse reflection) has a gain factor of 1.0 and reflects light evenly. The projection always appears evenly on the screen with no light spots or less well-lit areas. It is suitable for high resolution content including 4K.
Reliable fabric quality
The screen fabric is manufactured with a double-sided coating. The middle layer provides additional stability and excellent flatness.
We are happy to assist with any questions you may have – before or after your purchase.
Further details on electric screens
- How to use the electric screen
- Advantages of an electric screen
- Disadvantages of an electric screen
- Where is an electric screen used?
The electric screen is operated by a motor and can be comfortably used with the remote control or directly via the buttons on the receiver box.
Alternatively you can directly control the screen with an existing switch, simply disconnect the wall box and connect the screen to the 4-core cable. You can also use existing control systems or triggers as long as they can be connected to 220V. The screen comes with default upper and lower stop positions.
The advantage of the electric screen is that it is operated by simply pressing one button on the remote control which is more convenient and more precise than that of a manual screen.
Once the projector and screen have been aligned, the electronic operation of the screen enables consistent positioning thus achieving a perfect image. Also an electronically operated screen will preserve the fabric of the screen as the movement is constant and uses little force. Operating a screen with a remote also has the advantage of preventing any misuse. This can be particularly useful in public places such as bars, restaurants or even in schools and universities.
A disadvantage is that electric screens obviously require close electric points and the installation (receiver box and cables) is more involved and may not be convenient or aesthetically desirable in some environments such as listed buildings, museums and churches.
The electric screen is as versatile as the manual screen and can be used at home, in an office environment, in schools and universities or bars and hotels.
It provides a 30% higher light output and 100% even reflection as compared to projecting onto an uneven wall.