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Projection Screens

A projection screen is an installation consisting of a surface and a support structure used for displaying a projected image. Projection screens can be permanently installed, as in a movie theater; painted on the wall. 

These model of projection screens are electric, framed or manual projection screens. Read more

The tension-system (Tab-Tension series) on the sides of the screen prevents the edges of the screen from curling up, which can occur with screens without a tab tension system or frame.
In addition, this system improves the flatness of the screen surface.

The projection screen is easy to install and you do not need any extra help for most series. Only the in-ceiling installation needs some technical skills.

The best projection screens are the screens with high quality materials, dust free and high contrast projection abilities. Elite screens offers the best award winning screens in the AV world.

Installation projection screens

The type of projection screens ihave to be installed in a permanent location like a wall or ceiling and are not portable. There are 3 types of installation screens: electric screens, framed screens and manual pull-up or pull-down screens

Mobile screens

If you require flexibility to move your projection screens, mazbe because zou move from venue to venue, then you might need a portable projection screen. There are several types. The table top screen offers the greatest flexibility in mobility and is suitable for small meetings. The Folding Frame screen can be used for large rooms and audiences like a big event.

There are 2 types of projection mthods on the screen: front projection [FP] and rear projection [RP] and the Folding Frame screen caters for both options.

Front projection

The projector is positioned
in front of the projection screen, on the side of the audience.

Rear projection

The projector is positioned behind the projection screen.

The choice of the screen format mainly depends on the planned application (slide-show, computer screen presentation, normal TV, watching DVD) and of course also from the applied projector (slide projector, 4:3-beamer, 16:9-beamer).

1:1 = Squareformat             

4:3 = Data projection               

16:10: Business                     

16:9 & 16:10 = Home cinema

According to the international standard ISO 8396 and the German Standard DIN 19045-4 titled "Projection of moving and still images", the reflection behavior of the projection screen can be divided into four groups: D, S, B and R. It is defined by the luminance factor in relation to the viewing angle. The luminance factor measures the reflectivity of the screen area in comparison to a standard white reference surface (barium sulfate ions) under standardised projection conditions. This will determine how much brighter it is.

D     Diffuse reflective matt white screen

A screen with the screen type D diffuses the incidenting light mainly uniformly into all directions. The screen D outstands due to the reason that it does not have a preferential direction of reflection.

Luminous factor: around. 1.1 to 1.3

Horizontal viewing angle: around. 45°

The light beam from the projector is reflected equally in all directions.

 

 

S    Specular reflection (mirror reflection)

S screen works as a billard ball or as a normal mirror.

These projection screens are the best for example the case when projector hanging at the ceiling of a high room, the screen at a medium height and the audience on the floor. This is why such screens are also called Metal screens or Silver screens.

Pearl beaded screen Luminous factor: around 1,6

Horizontal viewing angle: ca. 35°

The light beam from the projector is reflected in a preferred direction and therefore compressed.

 

 

B    Beaded reflection (back to light source)

all the screens of type B present a preferential direction that concurs with the incidenting light. These projection screens are the best for example the case when our beamer stands on a small table or on the floor, but the screen hangs on the wall at a certain height. Due to this reason, those screens are also called pearl screens or crystal screens.

Glass beaded screen Luminous factor: ca. 1.5 to 1.7

Horizontal viewing angle: ca. 20°

The light beam from the projector is reflected back to the light source.

 

 

R     Rear projection

Luminous factor: around 1.5

Horizontal viewing angle: around 20-45 degree

The light beam from the projector is directed through the screen and creates an image on the front side of the screen.

 

 

The gain-factor indicates the reflecting behaviour of a projection screen in a certain direction. In order to describe the complete radiation behaviour of a screen, there is either a table needed which indicates the gain-factors to certain angles or a graphic illustration as a light density factor - indicatrix.

Definition of the gain-factor, as written in the German Industry Standard Norm DIN 19045-4 ("Projection of moving and still images, part 4: Reflection- and transmission properties of screens"):

Definition: The light density factor βP is, according to DIN 5036, the relation of the light density LP of a screen sample for a determined view direction to the light density LW of the totally diffusing and totally reflecting surface (white standard) for a determined direction of radiation.

In order to measure the light density factor βP(ε), a standardized light source, a device for measuring the light density and a working reflecting standard with the known reflection properties βN(ε) are needed. The measurement has to be accomplished for each one of the viewing directions ε.

the light density factor βP(ε) can be always only measured for a very certain viewing angle β. Thus, in order to get a founded statement about the radiation behaviour of a screen, several single measurements are needed with different viewing angles.

Viewing angle 0° = Light density 1,4

Viewing angle ± 20° = Light density 1,2

Viewing angle ± 40° = Light density 1,05

Viewing angle ± 60° = Light density 0,8

Lexicon

At its most basic functionality, 4K and Ultra HD are four times the resolution of Full HD. A standard Full HD screen will have a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 (a total of 2,073,600 pixels). Ultra HD and 4K screens have a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 (a total of 8,294,400 pixels). All Elite Screens either 8K or 4K screens.

In an active 3D projection with a beamer, the image separation is created with "active" shutter glasses. These glasses close the field of vision at very short intervals, once the left eye, then the right eye, synchronously with the projector.

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A : Your serial number can be found on both ends of the packaging box stickers, as well as on the screen itself.

B: On outside box

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