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Distribution With A Difference Audipack Projection Rotation Kits


Electric rotating system with 4 freely programmable preset positions to rotate a projector or a flat panel in the horizontal plane. A contact control or RS232 allows the projector or flat panel to be rotated to one of the 4 preset positions, to project onto 4 individual projection screens. Instead of a projector, a flat panel can be fixed to the Rota-kit as well. The Rota-Kit is available in 3 standard versions. The length of the axle to which the projector or flat panel is fitted differs per standard model.


Part Number PRK-250 PRK-500 PRK-750


Description


Rota-Kit short, 250mm Rota-Kit medium, 500mm Rota-Kit long, 750 mm


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Options for Audipack Ceiling Mirror Systems Part Number


Description


QFIX-2G QFIX-3G


Brand Mount 260214 260215 261227 261228 P1913


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, max. 2 positions RF remote control, max. 2 positions IR remote control, max. 4 positions RF remote control, max. 4 positions Access hatch 430x430 mm


Audipack also manufacture a range of Pulley Lifts, Pop up Lifts, Dust proof and Environmental housings Please contact the office for more information


Projector Mirror Kits Audipack Ceiling Mirror Kits - include Ceiling finishing


mask and Relay Control Suitable for 150 - 265mm body thickness. The Mirror-Kit is a universal projection system to place the projector in the ceiling. The image is projected through an electrically driven mirror. It’s less vulnerable to damage, vandalism or theft, and is less audible. Control is by the way of a switch, remote control or system control.(not supplied). An Audipack projector mount is necessary to fix the projector to the Mirror-Kit. Custom size Mirror-Kits can be offered on request.


Part Number MKT-C150 P0992 P1592 P1645


MKT-150WS MKT-200WS MKT-250WS MKT-265WS*


Transport Packaging Description


Compact Mirror-Kit for low voids, (150mm max height - contact us for exact spec) MKT-150 (Max Proj Dims 500W x 600D x 150H) 4/3 MKT-200 (Max Proj Dims 500W x 600D x 200H) 4/3 MKT-250 (Max Proj Dims 500W x 600D x 250H) 4/3


MKT-150WS (Max Proj Dims 500W x 600D x 150H) Widescreen MKT-200WS (Max Proj Dims 500W x 600D x 200H) Widescreen MKT-250WS (Max Proj Dims 500W x 600D x 250H) Widescreen MKT-265WS (Max Proj Dims 600W x 650D x 265H) Widescreen *This Item requires a crate for shipping


Options for Audipack Ceiling Mirror Systems Part Number


Description


QFIX-2G QFIX-3G


Brand Mount 260214 260215 261318 P5066 P1913 P5048


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 M350 and X350 RF remote control for M350 and X350 Rotary wall switch


Access hatch for plastered ceilings Access hatch for suspended ceilings Installation aid ceiling mirror systems


Audipack also manufacture a range of Rota kits, Pulley Lifts, Pop up Lifts, Dust proof and Environmental housings Please contact the office for more information


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