Blind Automation

In summary

Commercial electric blind systems that interact with the environment they are installed into make for very effective control of heat and light. When fully integrated into a BMS the Shading System can play a big part in neutralising the carbon footprint of the building.

Why choose blind automation

Automation systems that monitor and react to the internal temperature, the sun's position and LUX levels, makes for optimum control of Shading Systems. This allows natural light to be utilised to save on electricity for lighting. In the summer shading systems can automatically trigger blinds to drop to reduce heat gain and unnecessary use of aircon systems. Conversely in winter, the sun's solar energy can be harnessed to reduce heating requirements. There are also options for timed operation of all blinds for security at night and to retain heat within the building.

Benefits of blind automation
  1. Allows optimisation of heat and light to reduce energy consumption on lighting and heating/cooling.

  2. Uniform control of the blinds over the whole building with feedback on status.

  3. Options for a local override in specific areas, such as meeting rooms and executive offices. 

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