The E-Wand is a wireless, retrofit solution for blind slat motorization with a multitude of keep an eye on methods including manual keep an eye on, remote keep an eye on, grouping capabilities, and automated movement through integrated light and temperature sensors. -To keep an eye on the E-Wand manually, simply perform a slight twist of the E-Wand deal with, which requires significantly less dexterity than a traditional tilt wand. -The optional multi-channel remote keep an eye on can be used to beef up and customize usability of the device, in addition to make precise slat movements. -Group more than one E-Wand together to concurrently keep an eye on more than one devices. -Integrated light and temperature sensors can automate slat movement in three different modes: off, fully automatic, and semi-automatic. The fully automatic mode allows the E-Wand to close and open blind slats, at the same time as the semi-automatic mode will only close the blind slats. The E-Wand is battery powered and will operate under normal use for over a year before requiring a battery change. This package includes three white E-Wands, batteries, all mounting accessories, and a remote keep an eye on.
The E-Wand Starter Kit comes with 3 E-Wands and 1 Remote
CONTROL OPTIONS: The E-Wand will also be controlled manually, via optional multi-channel remote keep an eye on, by grouping (which allows for simultaneous keep an eye on over more than one blinds), and through automated movemenet via integrated light and temperature sensors.
INTEGRATED SENSORS FOR ENERGY SAVING AUTOMATION AND PRIVACY ENHANCEMENT: The light sensor protects the privacy of the home by closing the blind slats when the sun sets, eliminating the ‘fish bowl’ effect, at the same time as the temperature sensor opens and closes the slats based on temperature near the window, maximizing the efficiency of the home’s AC system. Sensors will also be turned to off, fully automatic, or semi-automatic by simply sliding a switch.
GROUPING FOR SIMULTANEOUS CONTROL:Grouped E-Wands will all respond to a manual movement of a single E-Wand, a remote keep an eye on movement of one within the group, and an automated command initiated by probably the most sensors. When units are grouped together and set to fully or semi automatic, it ensures all units within that group will move simulteneously when a single unit gets an automated command, making rooms more effectively work together.