Roller Shutter Tubular Motor Manufacturer Introduces The Advantages Of Electric Curtains

By wistarmotor at 14 days ago • 0 collector • 16 pageviews

Roller Shutter Tubular Motor Manufacturer  introduces the difference between electric and smart curtains:

Electric  curtains can be divided into built-in type and external type in terms of  installation. Electric curtains are divided into electric opening and closing  curtain series, electric lifting curtain series, electric ceiling curtain  (outdoor electric canopy and indoor electric ceiling), electric sun visor,  electric awning, etc. according to the different operating mechanism and  decorative effect, such as blinds Blinds, roller blinds, Roman blinds, soft  gauze blinds, organ blinds, honeycomb blinds, etc.

Smart  curtains are electric curtains with certain self-reaction, adjustment and  control functions. For example, it can automatically adjust the light intensity,  air humidity, and balance room temperature according to the indoor environment.  It has three outstanding features: intelligent light control, intelligent rain  control, and intelligent wind control.

For  customers, both curtains can be operated by remote control. According to the  author’s installation experience, the electric curtains mainly use infrared  remote control, wireless remote control, etc. to realize the operation,  including some remote control set in the window head. The smart curtain adds a  WIFI module, and the wireless module can be used to operate the curtain through  the mobile phone, no matter where you are, you can use the mobile phone to  operate. Early electric curtains could only be controlled by a switch panel on  the wall or an infrared remote control. The switch had to be connected to a  wire, and the remote control had to be aimed at the motor. This kind of curtain  only saves the effort of pulling the curtain manually, but it still can't make  people too lazy.

Through  the above introduction, Radio Tubular Motor Manufacturers  hopes that you can simply refer to the content of this article in future  use.

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