This is the latest noise-attenuating enclosure for projectors from 10,000-30,000 ANSI lumens from California-based Tempest. The Zen is fully self-contained, with no external air ducts, making it much easier to install, especially in historic buildings such as theatres and concert halls, where new ductwork may not be possible. Variable-speed fan control and internal baffle design delivers noise attenuation around 25dBA for most projector types, and the user can ‘tune’ the system for a preferred trade-off between acoustic and cooling performance. Zen is available in three standard sizes, covering most projectors from 10,000 to 30,000 lumens in landscape format. Tempest also offers its conventional Tacit indoor enclosures, with customizable options, including portrait and Ultra-Short-Throw versions. Patented Digital Enclosure Control technology keeps equipment cool when it’s hot, warm when it’s cold, and prevents harmful condensation.
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