Acumen Recharge from Draper was designed for customers who want the convenience of a motorized projection screen but have been hindered by cost, conditions, or aesthetics.
It installs like a manual screen; there’s no wiring or electrician to worry about thanks to the lithium-ion battery located inside the roller.
Simply attach the mounting brackets and install the screen case.
The Acumen Recharge’s motor only needs to be recharged about every 500 cycles, but you don’t have to wait. You can leave the screen plugged in all the time; an automatic shutoff guarantees there will be no battery damage. It can optionally connect with PoE to stay permanently charged.
Controlling Acumen Recharge
The Acumen Recharge can be controlled by a simple wireless wall switch or handheld remote. An optional dry contact interface also allows connection to systems like Crestron and AMX.
Add the optional hub and you can control it with Google, Alexa, and many other systems. With the wireless hub you can also control the screen via a smartphone app.
Fits Any Design Aesthetic
The Acumen Recharge’s sleek screen case looks great even when it’s not in use. The elegant, curved fascia fits in with any design aesthetic.
Projection screens need to be ready for action in many different environments. Ambient light is not always going to be controlled; larger rooms mean wider viewing angles and more distance to the farthest viewer; the projector may need a boost. The new screen can tackle these and other issues because every Draper viewing surface is available for the series.
The Acumen Recharge V is available with tab-tensioned surfaces including 8K-ready TecVision, OptiFlex, CineFlex rear projection, and ClearSound AT.
Acumen Recharge E is available with the OptiView and ClearSound families of free-hanging surfaces.