Draper Unveils Redesigned Video Conferencing Camera Lift

Draper Unveils Redesigned Video Conferencing Camera Lift

(Spiceland, Ind.) – May 29, 2017 – Draper’s redesigned solution for hiding videoconferencing cameras above the ceiling will be on display at InfoComm 2017, June 14 – 16 in Orlando.

The redesigned Video Conferencing Camera Lift – Ceiling can now lower the camera up to 10 feet below the ceiling, and the camera remains centered. The “down” position of the camera also is more easily adjusted over a wide range to accommodate jobsite conditions or future changes in the screen.

The new VCCL design can accommodate larger cameras. It is also being offered at a much lower price, making it a more affordable option for customers and an additional profit center for integrators.

Draper also can optionally attach HDMI, CAT6 and other cables to the lift to save time during installation.

To catch Draper’s redesigned Video Conferencing Camera Lift – Ceiling in action, stop by booth #3342 at InfoComm 2017, June 14 – 16 in Orlando.

About Draper
Based in Spiceland, Ind., Draper manufactures projection screens, projector and flat-panel display lifts, window shades and gymnasium equipment. The family owned and operated business was founded in 1902 by Luther O. Draper and is owned and managed by his descendants. With locations in the United States, Sweden and United Kingdom, Draper ships products to dealers throughout the United States and more than 100 countries. To learn more about Draper, visit www.draperinc.com.

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