This is a DIY electric roller blind kit. One with the very best parts on the market today.
So when you’re done and friends and family see what you’ve made, they’ll be impressed – very impressed.
Because they won’t even hear the motors working when the blind rolls up or down (the sound they make is 35 Db, which even less than the noise level…in a library)
And because the kit comes with everything you need, except the fabric, you can use the fabric of your current roller shades. Or use your own favorite fabric.
Just peel off the cover of the double sided tape on the tube and stick the fabric onto the tube. There’s a little ridge on the tube that helps you align the fabric perfectly straight.
And that double sided tape, yes, that’s Sekisui industrial-strength adhesive tape.
The real heart of the TS42 kit is the Nice Era Inn Action S motor with the following benefits:
- Obstacle detection that prevents your shades from getting damaged when there’s an obstacle. No matter whether it’s rolling up or down.
- Precision and constant speed that ensure the blinds stop at the exact same spot every time. Which means when you have more than one, they’re all perfectly aligned.
- The soft stop and soft start extend the life of your motors and give them a smooth stop and start, no abrupt and shaky movements.
- The touch buttons on the motor’s head give you an easy way to set the end limits precisely where you want them to be
- The motor can work up to 6 ~ 8 minutes. Meaning they are well suited for very long blinds – other motors give up after 4 minutes.
The 220 V motor is switch operated, which means you can use a regular blind switch or connect it to the roller blind interface of your home automation system.
The kit comes with a strong aluminum tube with a diameter of 42 mm That’s more than enough to keep it perfectly straight and the fabric perfectly flat and wrinkle free.
You can easily cut it to size, so we ship them in our standard sizes: 100, 150, 200, 250 ad 275 cm
Through the brackets, the tube can be installed on your wall or hung from the ceiling. White covers hide the metal base, so the whole installation looks neat and clean.