Stewart re-engineers landmark screen

Stewart Filmscreen has re-engineered its landmark Luxus Classic Model A Retractable Below Ceiling Screen System, and is showcasing the new product at InfoComm this week.

The all-new Luxus features a quieter motor, sleek housing and an easy-to-access screen assembly that can be field serviced in minutes. It is available in widths up to 13 feet 3 inches and in a range of materials to fit the exact installation and application needs of any corporate, education or residential project.

Other enhancements include new wall and ceiling mounting hardware that simplifies installation and ensures a clean finish, as well as elegant yet strong tab-tensioning that keeps the screen smooth and held in place year after year.

It can be integrated into various control systems, and offers RF remote capability based on the My Link WiFi enabled control system which works with Google Home, Amazon Alexa, and through IFTTT.

The Screen Assistant CPQ tool allows dealers to configure 2D scalable drawings and get personalised quotes ahead of builds.

Stewart Filmscreen owner and chief executive Mary Stewart says Luxus has been an industry favourite since its first introduction in 1987.

“But we don’t rest on our laurels. This re-imagined version is just part of our commitment to provide customers with solutions that perfectly address their projection needs with the latest video technology evolution and design trends.

She said Stewart Filmscreen’s brand new website offered an incredible design experience.

“Our customers can truly be ready for a frictionless experience, all while being backed by the uncompromising quality and craftsmanship that they’ve come to expect from Stewart.”

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