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Factory installed internal 12-volt control that interfaces with low voltage triggering outputs from projectors, receivers, or integrated system control units, 200-800 milliamps (ma) recommended.
VIDEO INTERFACE CONTROL SYSTEM
External 12-volt control, interfaces with triggering outputs from projector, receivers or integrated system controllers. (Outboard version of STI)
LOW VOLTAGE CONTROL WITH WALL SWITCH
Low voltage screen control (includes optional wall switch) will allow for switching conductors to be run in Class II (small wire, exposed, no conduit), and will interface with most outboard video switching systems.
The IRR is an Infrared Low Voltage Control (LVC). System includes modular, plug in infrared (IR) sensor and hand held transmitter.
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
This kit uses radio frequency (RF) signals to control an external receiver that is connected to the screen's motor leads and plugs directly into a standard AC outlet. Up, down, and stop functions.
DUAL OPTION SCREEN TRIGGER
Permits operation of screen from projector trigger and a Class II (low voltage) wall switch (supplied).
DUAL CHANNEL INFARED
2 LVC controls, with 2 eye sensors and one hand held transmitter, permitting independent IR control of two motors. These are used with motorized masking systems.
The Binary Reciprocal intelligent Control System, nicknamed "The BRIC," is the industry's first microprocessor-based control device designed for precision setting of multiple masking presets, elimination of multiple controllers for a single screen, and eliminates the setup time required by existing analog controllers.
Until now, programming electriscreen or electrimask settings were done at the factory either during production stages or by the installer (a very time consuming and expensive process). Programming consists of automating your screen or masking panels to be set to a standard size (16:9, 4:3, 1.85:1 or custom sizes). This estimated 4-8 hour down time for programming was the norm. Programming your screen settings are as simple as programming your DVD player. It can be done in 5-mintues once the screen is set up. BRIC also allows quick compatibility with a variety of control systems.
BRIC is the first digital motor control system with multiple connection systems for external interfaces (RS-232/RS-422) using CAT 5 connections, external Screen Trigger Interfaces using 18 gauge wire, and external IR and/or keypad interfaces using CAT 5 (or CAT 3) connections. Depending on your BRIC model, Stewart will supply a wall keypad and/or IR remote. Also connect to your BRIC system with any AMX/Crestron type controller or standard PC.
THE B.R.I.C OFFERS:
STEWART QUIET LEGACY
STEWART WALL SWITCH
Kit includes eye sensor and one-single channel hand held transmitter. This kit is available for after-market addition of Infrared (IR) capability to a SFC LVC.
RADIO FREQUENCY KIT
QUIET ELCTRONIC DRIVE KIT
Stewart Electriscreens with Lutron Sivoia Quiet Electronic Drive (QED™) are distinguished by their quiet operation. Impressively smooth and silent stops and starts enhance the viewing experience.
The QED™ integrates with Lutron control systems, home security, time clocks and many others, without the use of external controls or relay systems. The infrared option provides easy, convenient control from anywhere in the room.
Available with QED™
Quiet Electronic Drive Unit (QED™)
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