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108 Projector Ceiling Lifts Audipack PCL-5050 Scissor Lift Systems - include


Ceiling finishing mask and relay control The PCL-5050 is designed to carry the medium sized projectors with the big benefit that this type of lift fit’s a standard 600x600 ceiling tile cut-out. The only ceiling modification is replacing the removed ceiling tile back onto the lift frame. The lift is available with several strokes and is standard equipped with a ceiling finishing mask and relay control. Adjusting the limits of the lift is simple as usual. Max Projector size 560cm W x 560cm L. Part Number


Description


PCL-5050-1 PCL-5050-2 PCL-5050-3 PCL-5050-4


Ceiling Lift 5050, one stroke, 115-490mm, max. load 30kg Ceiling Lift 5050, two strokes, 155-900mm, max. load 30kg Ceiling Lift 5050, three strokes, 200-1350mm, max. load 30kg Ceiling Lift 5050, four strokes, 230-1800mm, 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-4050 Scissor Lift Systems - include


Ceiling finishing mask and relay control The PCL-4050 is designed to carry the medium sized projectors to a lower level, with the big benefit that this type of lift has a 3rd Service position for maintenance. The lift is available with several strokes and is standard equipped with a ceiling finishing mask and relay control. Adjusting the limits of the lift is simple as usual. Max Projector size 450cm W x 650cm L Part Number


Description


P1981 P3642 P3643 P3644 P3645 P3646


Ceiling Lift 4050, one stroke, 120-550mm, max. load 50kg Ceiling Lift 4050, two strokes, 175-1085mm, max. load 50kg Ceiling Lift 4050, three strokes, 200-1600mm, max. load 50kg Ceiling Lift 4050, four strokes, 225-2130, max. load 50kg Ceiling Lift 4050, five strokes, 260-2640mm, max. load 50kg Ceiling Lift 4050, six strokes, 290-3160mm, max. load 50kg


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-1060 Scissor Lift Systems - include relay control


The 1060 projector ceiling lift with a max. load of 80 Kg and a travel of 675 / 1200 mm. The 1060 ceiling lift is part of Audipack’s broad range of projector ceiling lifts. This range features various models, so choosing the best suited model is easy. With an Audipack ceiling lift, the projector is mounted out of sight over the suspended ceiling and can be positioned for presentations. Conform Audipack’s philosophy, the lift is highly reliable, accurate and durable. Max Projector size 570cm W x 900cm L.


Part Number P1982 P3610


CFM-1060 Description


Ceiling Lift 1060, one stroke, 110-675mm, max. load 85kg Ceiling Lift 1060, two strokes, 165-1200mm, max. load 85kg Ceiling finishing frame, inner and outer frame for PCL-1060


Required Accessory - Brand specific mount, transport Packaging Transport Packaging Brand Mount


This Item requires a crate for shipping Optional Accessories


See Brand Specific Mounts section for exact projector bracket See Accessory section below


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