New Remote Controls For Motorised Blinds

New Remote Controls For Motorised Blinds
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Date: 12 December 2016

SUNBell Motorised BetweenGlassBlinds Units are the first patented system with wireless actuator with magnetic transmission.

They don’t require hard wiring making installation quick and easy without the need of an electrician. They are applicable to any thickness of glass with standard units being 28mm thick when glazed with 4mm glass either side of the 20mm spacer bar.

The systems can be produced with Venetian or pleated blinds with full lifting operation at the push of a button. The blinds can be operated via buttons on the battery packs or remotely. The NEW Remote controls can control the blinds individually or in groups of up to 12.

The blinds are available in any size up to 2800mm high (width restrictions apply) and 2500mm wide (height restrictions apply) with a full range of glazing options available including solar shading, low E, fire rated and noise reduction.

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