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Kestrel Stage Series

Kestrel Stage Series

When wall- or ceiling-mounted projection screen installations are not practical, free-standing projection screens come into play. The Kestrel Stage Series is a portable, free-standing motorized projection screen for worship facility and stage applications. Ideally suited for use in space-conscious environments, it can be used with either large or small congregations with integrated or mobile projection arrays.

The screens feature MaxWhite FG 1.1 gain projection material, which sports wide, diffusion uniformity for performance versatility. It is also GREENGUARD-certified for indoor air-quality emissions.

The screens are available in 4:3 (NTSC) and 16:9 (HDTV) aspect ratios and in sizes ranging from 100 to 150 diagonal inches.

The screen's mechanized cross-rising apparatus is driven by a 17 rpm, 130w tubular motor. Its 10nm torque provides superior weight tolerance. Elite's Kestrel Stage provides a simple in-line 3-way control switch for easy operation.

The Kestrel Stage motorized screen is integrated into a sturdy wheeled stage case that has handles for easy transport and set-up. As an added value, a matching roadie flight-case with detachable velvet skirt is included to complete the arrangement.

Setup is a quick, easy process. The flight-case separates to combine with the cased-screen and skirt, creating an elegant and stable platform. Although the flight case and masking drape provides the added height for large audience visibility, the screen component works just as well by itself for lower-profile small group fellowship presentations.

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