New Rako QMotion partnership offers seamless light control

posted on Monday, 5th July 2021 by Steve May

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Rako has introduced a new partnership offering automated wireless blinds, powered by automated window specialist QMotion UK. The collaboration will allow dealers to specify and install lighting and wireless blind control on a project, with confidence.

QMotion FM Roller and Roman blinds can already be natively integrated via the Rako RK-HUB or WK-HUB into Rako wired and wireless lighting control systems, without the need for special drivers or additional interfaces. Now, Rako customers will be able to access QMotion wireless shading solutions via Rako as well as training, sales, technical support and additional window treatment offerings.

Wireless shading systems from QMotion feature a patented, single tube design which offers a refined, unobtrusive blind solution, ideal for windows ranging from 400mm to 3800mm in width.

This single tube design also houses the alkaline batteries which drive the motor to support the low energy QMotion counterbalancing mechanism operating the blind. As a result, battery lifetime typically extends for up to three years with the batteries fully recyclable, when depleted, and easily accessible for replacement through the tube compartment.

“We’re all about making life easier and more efficient for our dealers and their end clients,” says Paul Wafer, Director at Rako Controls. “Lighting control and automated window treatments work seamlessly together to increase comfort, security and well-being for clients in many modern smart homes. Since Rako and QMotion UK shading systems integrate so effortlessly with each other, and because QMotion’s wireless blinds are clearly the best in the sector, it’s a natural step to offer a one-stop sales and support solution for wireless shading that will help our dealers. This will save them even more time and hassle when specifying and installing on site.”

Ian Claxton, Director at QMotion UK, said: “This move will deepen our alignment, provide strong benefits for Rako dealers and, ultimately, leave the client delighted with the best looking, most reliable and sustainable wireless blinds on the market.”

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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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