Personal Screen System
Colour of the Case
Height of the Top
Surface Drop
Type of Roller
Motor/Command Side
Personalized Dimensions

PSS Personal Screen System

Personal Screen System is one of the distinctive features offered by Adeo Group. The system proposes screens which can be constructed to suit the customer’s specific requirements, allowing the greatest possible personalization of the product. Each of the various models of the range  presents a basic profile: through the PSS the characteristics of the models can be modified and customized, since each of them is available in several variants: from the base model it is therefore possible to obtain up to 1728 combinations.


The case is the structure that protects the canvas from gathering dust once is has been rolled up. Screens can be produced with or without a case.

The former can be installed with the standard procedure (which favours the aesthetic aspect and a harmonious visual impact by significantly reducing the visibility of the wall-mount bracket), or with a time-saving procedure (this consists of quick and easy operations, and is ideal for professional applications).

The range of models without a case responds to special installation requirements (such as the presence of recesses, beams or space limitations).



Cases are available in two colours:, glossy powder-varnished white RAL 9016 and matte powder-varnished black RAL 9005.

The varnishes used are free of toxic substances, in compliance with the latest applicable norms on environmental protection.


Adeo has foreseen the possibility of providing projection surfaces with dark edges and tensioned screens with an optional top, which can be standard (for the sizes and options available for each format see the model’s reference table) or personalized. In the personalized version, height can vary from 5 to 100 cm (in multiples of 5 cm), based on type of screen, clear opening ratio and the size limits of each model. The top is applied in ceiling-mount installations in order to place the clear opening height in the desired point, positioning the surface in an optimal manner with respect to the projector.



The projection surface can be unrolled from the front (in particular in the presence of obstacles on the wall) or from the back.

The choice of either option will result respectively in a greater or smaller distance between the surface and the  wall.


There are three types of screen roller mechanisms: motorized, motorized with radio-integrated receiver, and manual with winch. The first type is based on a tubular motor activated by a standard wall-mounted up/down dead man selector switch.

The second is characterized by a motor with integrated receiver unit and remote control, available also in the 1-channel Way version, which can be inserted in the wall-mount or tabletop cases supplied as accessories.

The third is specific for screens with manual rolling, and requires the use of a winch pole.


The motor/command can be positioned on the right- or left-hand side of the case.

In motorized screens this option is useful for bringing the wiring closer to the existing electrical system.

In models with a manual winch roller it is possible to hook the winch pole on the side that is most convenient for unrolling and rolling the surface.


To design a video system correctly, it is necessary to identify the optimal screen size for every single application. Specific conditions of the projection environment may require the building of a model with dimensions (width and height) customized to the centimetre. With Adeo this option is possible, subject to the respect of geometrical parameters and the need to retain the quality of the final projection.
Three variables must be considered to obtain the best results: the distance between the screen and the furthest spectator (D), the type of application (presentation from PC, graphics, home theatre, etc.), and the aspect ratio. To make the size of the screen independent from the chosen aspect ratio, the screen's height (H) is considered. Unlike the screen's width (W), its height remains the same regardless of the aspect ratio chosen. Depending on the various use contexts, the height (H) is calculated by means of the following formulas:

  • presentations from PC: H=D/6
  • graphics/tables/drawings: H=D/4
  • Home Theatre with HD resolution or upconverted SD resolution: H=D/3.3
  • Home Theatre with Full HD resolution: H=D/2.5

In order to obtain the respective width (W) of the screen you just multiply the resulting height (H) by the chosen aspect ratio (1.33, 1.78, 1.85, 2.35, etc.).
N.B.: In Home Theatre applications, the D stands for the distance between the screen and the main spectator (sweet spot).

For a detailed explanation on how to select correct screen size for professional or for home cinema installations, please click here.




Adeo Screen sp. z o.o.
Ul. Boleslawa Krzywoustego, 31 - 59-500 Zlotoryja - Poland
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