Transmitters And Sensors

With so many control options available to operate our exterior solar shading solutions, we have put together an information sheet on the main radio controlled transmitters and sensors actually used to operate our exterior blinds, awnings and outdoor shading solutions following an analysis of sales over the past 12 months.

Aimed primarily at architects and designers to help make the specification process easy (and correct), this double sided A4 leaflet, along with providing visuals of the 3 key transmitters and 4 main sensors, so you can actually see what they look like, provides full technical details on each item including; operating range, frequency, power requirements (battery, solar cell or mains wired), dimensions, weights etc along with a detailed description explaining the products function.

Our shading experts are always on hand to give the best advice on the perfect control set up to suit your specific application and requirements, along with being able to provide wiring drawings to ensure the relevant cables are run to the correct positions during refurbishment and new build projects for the connection of our sensors along with blind motors to avoiding or minimising any visible surface mounted wires.

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