Unlock the full potential of motorised window coverings through automation, operate a window covering via a remote control, sensor, smartphone, tablet or even a 3rd party home-automation system.
Remote control operation provides convenience and comfort allowing complete control of your blind or awning without having to physically operate it yourself. Sensors can prevent damage to awnings by retracting them when winds exceed a certain speed and can control light by closing/opening an awning based on a customised light intensity setting of your choice. As our range of motorised window coverings have no cords - child safety concerns are reduced when picking motorised products and are a natural choice for families of all sizes. Motorised products can be powered by batteries for easy installation, eliminating the need for an electrician; or hard-wired to 240V AC, providing a constant power without the need to replace batteries.
Luxaflex motorised window coverings are able integrate into many different home automation systems both wireless and hardwired giving you the ultimate smart home experience.
Home-automation systems control devices automatically by switching on/off and adjusting settings at pre-set times or in response to environmental changes e.g. the external temperature reaches a certain point, which triggers air-conditioner to switch on and blinds to come down in the house. The benefits of home automation include:
Luxaflex Window Fashions has a wide range of internal and external products that can be controlled from a central hub, offering a low cost home automation solution for window coverings that allows smartphones and tablets to operate, set scenes & schedules and even operate remotely when you are away from home.
Integrating into 3rd party home-automation systems is also possible via various connection methods including, wireless ZigBee, Dry Contact (Open, Common, Close), RS-232 Serial and 4 core power cabling (2x active, natural & earth). These methods may require additional relays, modules or interfaces to allow integration into the home-automation system. A wide range of automation systems are available, which are traditionally broken up into two categories