Shades can be operated manually with the help of self-winding mechanism or crank handle, however there is also a wide variety of other options, such as electric drive and different control systems.
With the electric motor drive we avoid thermal losses caused by aperture for mechanical transmission of operation. In the basic version of electromotor the shade is controlled with a switch, in a more comfortable mode we use a remote control. This requires the use of electric motors with built-in receivers, which in turn gives a number of control options.
You can use remotes, which control a number of shades, or timers, which allow you to set the rising or lowering of the shades at a certain time or day. This creates the impression that you are at home, while in fact you are absent. Even more is possible with the numerous climate sensors, which can regulate shades depending on weather conditions such as sun, wind or rain. Shades fitted with electrical drives can be also easily connected with a central control system (CNS), which is an integral part of intelligent houses.
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Classic connection "REMOTE CONTROL"
Connection Plug & Play:
Connecting more motor drives to one switch
b) 1 switch – more motor drives (1 TTE enables max. 2 motor drives to be connected)
Remote control, with the option to connect a timer