Wall Controller Price 79 EUR

Wall Controller - an alternative to your smartphone

The Wall Controller is a wall switch in a simple design, which can be placed on a wall to control your Copenhagen Blinds.
One click and the blind will co up/down and a turn will tilt the slats on the blinds.

It is completely wireless, battery driven and will work even if your internet connection is offline.


A Wall Controller can control a Copenhagen Blind or a group of blinds. If you have Copenhagen Blinds in more rooms, we recommend to place a Wall Controller in each room.

With the Wall Controller you can raise and lower the blinds with a simple click - and you can open and close the blinds by turning the Wall Controller.

The Wall Controller is wireless, battery driven and rechargeable. So you can mount the Wall Controller where ever you like, and you don't have to install electricity for it. You charge it by using the attached mini USB plug, and simply plug it into a USB socket, e.g. on your computer. The

The Wall Controller is magnetic and can also be mounted on the wall with screws.


Technical data

Wall Controller: Format: 70x70 mm
Charging: Charged with the supplied mini USB cable attached to a USB power supply, e.g. on your computer
Cleaning: Can be cleaned with a damp cloth
Warranty: Art Andersen CPH offers two years warranty on Copenhagen Blinds and accessories


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 electric appliances at home and in offices. Z-Wave is designed using low bandwidth and has extremely low power consumption.

Z-Wave in Europe communicated on 868.42 MHz, 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 help 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.