Electric screen drop adjustment

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by petrolhead, Apr 5, 2004.

  1. petrolhead

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    How do you adjust the stop of an elctric screen from Ellie, Owl or nexis (All the same)

    How do adjust the return so that it goes all the way home?
     
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    There are 2 hex crews at the motor end. 1 is the bottom end stop the other is the top, simply turn the appropriate hex the right way to adjust.

    Not sure which is which and which way off the top of me head though.
     
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    Found an excellent tool. It is a remote control for screen with 4 positions, with a millimeter adjustments made by maxivideo italy a screen manufacturer. Works with RF or IR so the set-up can be memorized in my Pronto as well. Via phone they told me that it is new and not yet available on line. But I purchased it and received in 3 days time in Prague.
     
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    If you use a pronto style remote do a search for my posts on using the X10 sw10g control switch. You can program an infinate amount of drop positions (handy for differant aspects) and cheaper then the ellie/nexnic etc rf remote switches.
     
  5. Maxim

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    Yes, that's good if you have a pronto, but if you don't this is a stand alone product better indeed than the ellie remote. (only up and down)
     
  6. petrolhead

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    The problem with the RF remote is that an IR remote can't learn it
     
  7. Maxim

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    Yes, but with the reomote I have you can switch between RF and IR. This means that this product is veri flexible. Works in RF but thanks to IR the relative functions can be memorized with any intelligent remote control.
     
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    What remote is that then?
     
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    the company name is maxivideonline, but as I told you they describe me this remote via phone because a brand new product, and not yet available on-line. You can see www.maxivideo.it
     

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