Sunlight Sensor Price 95 EUR
Sunlight Sensor - measures the sunlight and adjusts your Copenhagen Blinds automatically
By mounting a Sunlight Sensor in your windows and adding it to your installation, the sunlight is measured automatically and will adjust themselves. This way you can avoid overheating of the room, avoid the damaging UV-beams and avoid the sunlight reflections if your computer screens.
The Sunlight Sensor is correctly placed between the glass and the blinds and in a way so it points directly towards the sun. Following, onthe app, you can decide which blinds the Sunlight Sensor should control and you can control exactly how much sunlight it shall take before the blinds should position themselves in three positions: closed, half open or open. Obviously, you can also easily overrule the automatic adjustment if you suddendly feel an urge to see the sun. Sunlight Sensor is incl. 2 pcs. of CR123A batteries.
|Sunlight Sensor:||Sunlight Sensor is a Copenhagen Blinds accessory for automatic adjustment of the blinds according to the level of sunlight|
|Power:||With the incl. 2 pcs. of CR123A batteries|
|Mounting:||The correct way to mount the Sunlight Sensor is between the window glass and the blinds and with an angle so that it points towards the sun. The Sunlight Sensor can be mounted with the delivered stickers and/or on the foot with screws.|
|Cleaning:||Wipe off with a damp cloth|
|Warranties:||Art Andersen CPH gives 2 years warranty on Copenhagen Blinds and accessories|
Z-WAVE PLUS CERTIFIED
Z-Wave is wireless radio-communication protocol first developed by the Danish company Zensys (today: Sigma). Z-Wave is designed for control and surveillance of electronic appliances at home and in offices. Z-Wave is designed using low bandwidth and has extremely low power consumption.
Z-Wave in Europe is communicated on 868.42 MHz and thereby avoiding interference from WiFi, Bluetooth, Zigbee and other systems using the 2,4 GHz band. Z-Wave is a low-energy network, where the appliances can be set to 'snooze' between the communication. This helps secure the low power consumption and long battery lifetime.
There are close to 100 million appliances using Z-Wave technology. That makes Z-Wave the most used technology for Smart Home equipment in the World.