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Audipack PCL-1070 Scissor Lift Systems - include relay control


The 1070 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. This type of ceiling lift has a frame dimension of 770x900 mm, Please refer the catalogue for the full model range. Max Projector size 770cm W x 900cm L.


Part Number P1983 P3612 P3613 P3614 P3615 P3616 P3617 P3618


CFM-1070 Description


Ceiling Lift 1070, one stroke, 160-776mm, max. load 100kg Ceiling Lift 1070, two strokes, 210-1455mm, max. load 100kg Ceiling Lift 1070, three strokes, 237-2130mm, max. load 100kg Ceiling Lift 1070, four strokes, 260-2805, max. load 100kg Ceiling Lift 1070, five strokes, 290-3480mm, max. load 100kg


Ceiling Lift 1070, six strokes, 325-4170mm, max. load 100kg, incl. extra safety device 260006 Ceiling Lift 1070, seven strokes, 355-4785mm, max. load 100kg, incl. extra safety device 260006 Ceiling Lift 1070, eight strokes, 382-5460mm, max. load 100kg, incl. extra safety device 260006 Ceiling finishing frame, inner and outer frame for PCL-1070


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


Audipack PCL-1090 Scissor Lift Systems - include relay control


The 1090 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. This type of ceiling lift has a frame dimension of 815 x1000 mm, and various models with drops from 700mm to 5600mm. Other options available - see www.audipack.com


Part Number P1984 P3602 P3603 P3604 P3605 P3606 P3607 P3608


CFM-1090 Description


Ceiling Lift 1090, one stroke, 185-700mm, max. load 300kg Ceiling Lift 1090, two strokes, 235-1522mm, max. load 300kg Ceiling Lift 1090, three strokes, 255-2100mm, max. load 300kg Ceiling Lift 1090, four strokes, 285-2800, max. load 300kg Ceiling Lift 1090, five strokes, 315-3500mm, max. load 300kg


Ceiling Lift 1090, six strokes, 345-4200mm, max. load 300kg, incl. extra obligatory safety device 260006 Ceiling Lift 1090, seven strokes, 375-4900mm, max. load 300kg, incl. extra obligatory safety device 260006 Ceiling Lift 1090, eight strokes, 420-5600mm, max. load 300kg, incl. extra obligatory safety device 260006 Ceiling finishing frame, inner and outer frame for PCL-1090


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


Optional Accessories This Item requires a crate for shipping


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


Options for Audipack M350, X350, PCL-2050, PCL-3050, PCL-5050, PCL-4050, PCL-1060, PCL-1070, PCL-1090


Part Number QFIX-2G QFIX-3G


Brand Mount 260214 260215 261318 P5066 P1913 P5547 P5047


Description


Universal projector mount for projector ceiling lifts/mirror-kits Universal projector mount XL, mounting range W336xL382mm, grey See Brand Specific Mounts section above for exact projector bracket IR remote control for Audipack Lifts RF remote control for Audipack lifts Rotary wall switch


Access hatch for plastered ceilings Access hatch for suspended ceilings


Shock absorber for projector ceiling lifts, set of 4 Installation aid ceiling lift systems


BRACKETS & LIFTS


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