Draper Brings Silent Partner and Fly Cages to InfoComm

Draper announces projection solutions, including the Silent Partner and Fly Cages, which are both set to debut in the USA at InfoComm 2018 – these were shown at ISE earlier this year.

Today’s digital projectors can put out a lot of heat, and cooling fan noise can be a big distraction—especially with shorter throw distances putting the projector closer to the audience. With Draper’s new Silent Partner, projector heat and noise are no longer a problem. The Silent Partner is a projector enclosure designed to hold projectors from 5,000—15,000 ANSI lumens with a convoluted exhaust airflow path and acoustic insulation foam to greatly reduce any sound from the projector, while the thermostatic fan control ensures proper projector cooling. Featuring lockable access doors to allow for easy projector service, the Silent Partner goes anywhere, mounts beneath most ceilings, and can also be attached to a projector lift to conceal the unit when not in use. The Silent Partner is available in 120V and 240V versions.

In addition, Draper will debut fly cages at InfoComm 2018. Draper’s fly cages are available in several sizes and designed to provide sturdy, long-lasting protection. Manufactured from 2″ tubing, Draper fly cages easily attach to cheeseborough clamps for quick and secure mounting to truss. The adjustment mechanism allows precise projector alignment and multiple cages can be stacked for increased projector brightness or redundancy.

Go see them both here.

Sara Abrons

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