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Whether you are buying a new projector or have an existing one and want to get a suitable screen, the key thing to determine is:

  • If you want the FLEXIBILITY of being able to move the projector screen around the office or even to your client's premises then you need a PORTABLE screen. Check out the PORTABLE screen section, or refer to our ON THE ROAD BUYER'S GUIDE.
  • If you are going to INSTALL your projector permanently in a meeting room or similar here are some things to consider. Find out the native aspect ratio of your projector.

Find out the native aspect ratio of your projector.

If you match your screen to this it will make alignment a lot easier. We recommend Motorised Roller Screens for installed business applications. If you would like to know more about the benefits of motorised screens, click here.

Product Code Recommended
Projector Mount
Mounting Space Required Image Size Aspect Ratio Suits
2C504 Screen IT
Motorised Roller
Ceiling or
wall mounted
1800 x 1800mm Multiformat 1:1 Any Projected
Output
2C505 Screen IT
Motorised Roller
Ceiling or
wall mounted
2100 x 2100mm Multiformat 1:1 Any Projected
Output
2C506 Screen IT
Motorised Roller
Ceiling or
wall mounted
2030 x 1520mm
100" VF
4:3 Best suits Native
4:3 Projector
2C525 Screen IT
Motorised Roller
Ceiling or
wall mounted
2030 x 1270mm
94" 16:10
16:10 Best suits native
16:10 Projector

To install your projector you will also need a projector ceiling mount,
use our helpful table below to choose:

Product Code Product Name Colour Mounting Surface
2C101 Hang IT Black Low Ceiling
2C102 Hang IT White Low Ceiling
2C101 / 2C110 Hang IT / Extend IT Black Higher Ceilings
2C102 / 2C111 Hang IT /| Extend IT White Higher Ceilings

To work out where to place your projector we recommend consulting either www.projectorcentral.com or your projector manufacturer's website and looking at the throw distance calculator.