QMotion to intro motorised Roman blinds at ISE 2019

posted on Wednesday, 16th January 2019 by Steve May

ISE 2019  Blinds  Home automation 

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Motorised window covering specialist QMotion UK, will introduce its quiet-running, automated Roman Blinds at Integrated Systems Europe, next month.

Battery-powered, this motorised Roman Blind system widens the choice of window dressing styles for integrated homes, promising near-silent movement. They can be controlled via Amazon Echo or integrated as part of a home control system, driven by Control4, Crestron, Vantage, URC or Elan.

The system is available with a maximum width of 3000mm x 2400mm drop and carrying a max fabric weight of 5kg.  The system is ideal for retrofitting properties, and provides integrators with an easy fit solution.

“Innovation to make life easier, more convenient and much more comfortable is what QMotion is all about,” explains Ian Claxton, QMotion UK’s Managing Director. “That’s why our battery powered solution for Roller Blinds – and now Roman Blinds - remains unique to the market.”

Also, on display at ISE 2019 will be QMotion’s TPro-30, a quiet-running, motorised curtain track solution. The TPro-30 features soft start / stop, but can also be manually operated. The tracks can be available with a radius curve or gradual bend and with headings in either standard pinch pleat or wave curtain hooks.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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