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107 Audipack ML350 / XL350 Scissor Lift Systems - include


Ceiling finishing mask and relay control The M/X 350 ceiling lifts are part of Audipack’s broad range of projector ceiling lifts. With an Audipack ceiling lift, the projector is mounted out of sight over the suspended ceiling and can be positioned for presentations. Conforming to Audipack’s philosophy, the lift is highly reliable, accurate and durable. The M/X 350 ceiling lifts are delivered including a ceiling finishing mask for the suspended ceiling, and a relay control. Max Projector size M350 330cm W x 490cm L. Max Projector size X350 490cm W x 490cm L.


Part Number PCL-ML350-1 PCL-ML350-2 PCL-XL350-1 PCL-XL350-2


Description


Ceiling Lift P2465, single stroke, 85-350mm, max. load 10kg Ceiling Lift P3680, double stroke, 115-700mm, max. load 10kg Ceiling Lift P2795, single stroke, 85-350mm, max. load 10kg Ceiling Lift P3685, double stroke, 115-700mm, max. load 10kg


Required Accessory - Universal or Brand specific mount QFIX-2G QFIX-3G


Brand Mount P6349


Universal projector mount for projector ceiling lifts/mirror-kits Universal projector mount XL, mounting range W336xL382mm, grey See Brand Specific Mounts section for exact projector bracket Outer ceiling finish kit for 600 x 600mm Ceiling (ML/XL350) (NEW)


Audipack PCL-2050 Scissor Lift Systems - include


Ceiling finishing mask and relay control The perfect projector ceiling lift for small and medium sized projectors. Movable frame 330 x 590 mm. The PCL-2050-1 ceiling lift is part of Audipack’s broad range of projector ceiling lifts. This model is especially designed to carry the smaller and medium sized projectors. The lift is available with several strokes and is standard equipped with a ceiling finishing mask. Adjusting the limits of the lift is simple as usual.


Part Number PCL-2050-1 PCL-2050-2


Description


Ceiling Lift PCL-2050, one stroke, 115-500mm, max. load 30kg Ceiling Lift PCL-2050, two strokes, 170-985mm, max. load 30kg


Required Accessory - Universal or Brand specific mount QFIX-2G QFIX-3G


Brand Mount Optional Accessories


Universal projector mount for projector ceiling lifts/mirror-kits Universal projector mount XL, mounting range W336xL382mm, grey See Brand Specific Mounts section for exact projector bracket See Accessory section below


Audipack PCL-3050 Scissor Lift Systems - include


Ceiling finishing mask and relay control The perfect projector ceiling lift for sized projectors. Movable frame 450 x 590 mm, 4 versions available. The PCL-3050-1 ceiling lift is part of Audipack’s broad range of projector ceiling lifts. This model is a bit bigger than the PCL-2050 range and is designed to carry the medium sized projectors. The lift is available with several strokes and is standard equipped with a ceiling finishing mask. Adjusting the limits of the lift is simple as usual.


Part Number PCL-3050-1 PCL-3050-2 PCL-3050-3 PCL-3050-4


Description


Ceiling Lift PCL-3050, one stroke, 115-500mm, max. load 30kg Ceiling Lift PCL-3050, two strokes, 170-985mm, max. load 30kg Ceiling Lift PCL-3050, three strokes, 200-1445mm, max. load 30kg Ceiling Lift PCL-3050, four strokes, 240-1910mm, max. load 30kg


Required Accessory - Universal or Brand specific mount QFIX-2G QFIX-3G


Brand Mount Optional Accessories


Universal projector mount for projector ceiling lifts/mirror-kits Universal projector mount XL, mounting range W336xL382mm, grey See Brand Specific Mounts section for exact projector bracket See Accessory section below


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