Stewart Large ElectriScreen (Model DB) for Large Venues

Stewart Filmscreen’s largest venue ElectriScreen models are custom engineered for applications that require large-scale, on-demand video projection displays.

Features:

  • 10” diameter, Stewart, proprietary anti-sag stressed roller tube
  • Proprietary Tab-Guy™ tensioning system ensures smooth surface and eliminates edge-curl
  • Available in 110V and 240V models with continuous duty motor, brake and reduction drive
  • Standard deployment speed is 41 seconds for 25 feet at the nominal 14 rpm
  • Custom deployment speeds are possible
  • Electronically controlled, retractable screen system (can integrate with virtually any venue automation system)
  • Screen housing is available in matte black or white finish, or custom to match project décor
  • Available with all Stewart's flexible materials (with the exception of Silver 3D)
     

Available Options (available by factory quotation):

  • Various mounting options available
  • Acoustic perforations on front projection models
  • Custom housing options
  • Custom control options
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The Model D and Model DB are large-venue ElectriScreen systems that electronically deploy a Stewart Filmscreen with an image size in the 39’-7” wide to approximately 41’ wide range, depending on the aspect ratio of the image. The range of available sizes is determined by overall material usage, not image size. The largest typical size in the DB range includes a moderate amount of black drop, per the scale of the image, since there is a limit in overall deployment of 25' H x 45’-5” W, including borders.  Scope images can be furnished with more drop than 1.85 or 1.78 images.   

Like all Stewart ElectriScreens, the Model D or Model DB can be configured with all of Stewart’s flexible front and rear projection screen materials (with the exception of Silver 3D), and has control options allowing for integration into virtually any room automation system.  Proprietary technology results in the best-performing, most durable screens on the market.

Screen Material Quick Reference Guide

Front Projection

Material Name Gain Half Gain Color Description
SnoMatte 100 1.0 Full Lambertian Diffuser White

SnoMatte 100 is a flexible, front projection, matte-white screen formulated to meet the strictest color and white field uniformity standards.

UltraMatte 130 1.3 80 Degrees White

UltraMatte 130 is a flexible, front projection, screen material that is formulated for high output broadcast quality projection systems. 
 

UltraMatte 150 1.5 61 Degrees White

UltraMatte 150 is a flexible, front projection, screen material that is formulated for use in large format applications or when a projector limitation requires a little more punch. 

FireHawk® 1.1 35 Degrees Gray

FireHawk, in its fourth generation, is a flexible, front projection, screen surface engineered for use with today’s high-powered projection technology in applications involving the presence of ambient light. 

GrayHawk® 0.9 77 Degrees Gray

GrayHawk is an innovative, front projection, screen surface designed to maximize the performance of today’s 1080p technology. The fourth generation GrayHawk, ultra-fine, optical coating improves uniformity for consistent brightness across the entire screen. 

GrayMatte 70 0.7 Full Lambertian Diffuser Gray

GrayMatte 70 is a flexible, front projection, screen material formulated for use in front projection, edge blending applications.

Rear Projection

Material Name Gain Half Gain Color Description
AeroView 100 1.0 63 Degrees Off-White

AeroView 100 is a flexible, rear projection, screen material formulated to provide excellent white field uniformity. The AeroView 100 performs superbly in environments where ambient light can be controlled and is appropriate for wider viewing angles.

FilmScreen 100 1.0 39 Degrees Gray

FilmScreen 100 is a flexible, rear projection, screen material formulated with a neutral density gray tint for enhanced contrast. FilmScreen 100 offers a very wide viewing angle for a contrast enhanced material and works well in short throw projection light paths.

LumiFlex 130 1.3 42 Degrees Off-White

LumiFlex 130 is a flexible, rear projection, screen material formulated at a higher gain and is appropriate for larger screen sizes or low output projectors. LumiFlex 130 offers excellent white field uniformity, has a gain factor 30% above unity, and delivers a lot of energy.

Standard Controls

Control Power Options Description
Low Voltage Control w/Wall Switch (LVC) 115V / 220V

The Low Voltage Control (with Wall Switch) is a screen control that allows for switching conductors to be run in Class II (small wire, exposed, no conduit) and will interface with most outboard video switching systems.

Optional Controls

Control Power Options Description
IRR-K 115V / 220V

The IRR-K is the infrared (IR) kit that plugs into a standard Stewart Filmscreen low voltage control (LVC).

Infrared Remote (IRR) 115V / 220V

The IRR is an infrared (IR) low voltage control (LVC) that includes a modular, plug-in infrared (IR) sensor and hand-held transmitter.

Multi Option Screen Trigger (MOST) 115V / 220V

The Multi Option Screen Trigger (MOST) is an add-on screen trigger controller for the Low Voltage Control (LVC) or Infrared Remote (IRR). When combined with an LVC, the user will achieve automatic, selective switching between projector, wall switch, infrared (IR) transmitter, or any other 3rd party, integrated system controller that is connected to the switch input of the LVC.

Wireless Remote Control (WRC) 115V / 220V

The Wireless Remote Control (WRC) is a kit that 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. It possesses up, down, and stop functions.

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