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Intelligent Blind Control
Intelligent Blind Control Features
No one likes having to manually adjust the blinds every day. So with our systems, your blinds (or curtains) can automatically open, close or tilt based on your needs. Have them automatically close at sunset each night or open at a certain time every morning.
Your blinds can help regulate the temperature in any room or area. If a room is getting too hot, your blinds can be automatically lowered to stop the sun from flooding in and making it even hotter. If your room is below temperature the blinds can be opened to try to heat the room.
Have your blinds gradually open as part of your wake-up alarm, to slowly fill your bedroom with light. This gently brings you out of your sleep and is a much better way to start the day than being screeched at by your alarm clock.
Control via the App
You will have a full overview and control of all of your blinds and curtains from directly within the app. This allows you to check whether any of them are open, closed or titled and if needs be adjust them – even if you’re not in!
You can group multiple sets of blinds or curtains into one intelligent group, allowing you to control all of them at once. Forget having to adjust them all one by one, simply tap on a switch or use the app and that room or area blinds can be adjusted however you want them to be.
Watching television in a particularly open room on a bright day can somewhat ruin the experience. Have your blinds automatically close when you turn on your TV or a media player. You can have them fully close or simply have the slats slightly tilted – it’s up to you.
While you’re away, on holiday perhaps, your blinds can continue to act as if you were there. This creates the illusion that you’re still in and helps deter any potential burglar from noticing the property is unoccupied. This feature is especially powerful when your lighting is also mimicking occupancy.
If you have blinds or curtains covering an emergency exit, they can be automatically opened in the event of an emergency (such as a fire alarm) to ensure that escape routes are more noticeable and accessible.