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Da-Lite Introduces New Electric Screen To Enhance Speed of Service

WARSAW, IN – November 13, 2018 – While custom and made-to-order products are a cornerstone of the Da-Lite business, sometimes a customer needs a screen fast. The new DescenderPro will be the first product that Da-Lite stocks ready to ship same day.

The ceiling recessed electric screen will be available in 16:9 and 16:10 formats in sizes from 106”-164” diagonal with four surface options – HD Progressive 0.9, HD Progressive 1.1, Da-Mat and Matte White. The black drop for tensioned screens will be 12” visible and preset while the black drop for the non-tensioned will be 2” visible and preset with a total 12” built into the housing. Internal junction box, silent motor and low-voltage control (LVC) are standard.

“We are excited to provide another option for customers in our ceiling recessed electric screen portfolio,” said Wendy Cox, Director of Product Management. The Descender Pro features standard low-voltage control and a silent motor as well as sliding brackets for an easy installation. “It is a compact-housing electric screen with a few upgraded features,” explained Cox. “For example, the sliding brackets featured on the DescenderPro are limited in comparison to the Advantage line, but still offer quite a bit of flexibility when installing into a ceiling.”

The Descender Pro begins shipping November 13 and is covered by Da-Lite’s new comprehensive 5-Year Warranty program. For more information visit

Da-Lite is the leading producer of high quality commercial and residential projection screens globally. With headquarters in Warsaw, Indiana and additional operations in the U.S. and Europe, Da-Lite manufactures and provides projection surfaces, screens and accessories to organizations and venues around the world. Founded in 1909 by Adele De Berri, the inventor of the Silver Screen, today Da‑Lite’s proprietary screen technologies are specified for the most demanding installations from military training simulators to boardrooms and classrooms to home theaters. For more information visit

Ann Ewoldt


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