Incorporating the best of technology & design, control your awning with a touch of a button.
Completely solar powered with no hardwiring electricity required for motor operation, eliminating the need for a certified electrician.
Simple & easy to install saving you money & reducing energy costs.
Facilitates multiple mounting positions such as:
For awnings positioned out of direct sunlight, a 3 metre power extension cable is included.
Optional 5 & 10 metre power extension cables are available separately.
Engineered with a heat shield enclosure to protect the in-built battery from extreme exposure to the sun ensuring its durability for years to come.
Includes an advanced ‘fabric tensioning’ feature which allows for lock-down bolts or straps to be applied and the awning to be operated without causing damage to the awning.
Features a dry contact port that supports home automation operation and includes a dry contact cable for simple wiring into an automation system.
Featuring the latest single cell battery technology, allowing a long lasting solar battery that can be easily self-serviced without the need to remove the motor or dismantle the external awning.
To capture direct sunlight for maximum solar energy collection and performance, the panel can be easily angled at either 0o, 20o or 40o.
A 240 volt AC REMOTE CONTROL motor used for single or linked Awnings.
Operated by a Universal 1, 4 or 8 channel remote control with the option of a Timer Remote Control. Control both internal and external shading products from a single remote control
A 240 volt AC SWITCH MOTOR used for single or linked awnings.
The motor is designed to be controlled from a 240V switch or from automation systems with 240 volt blind control modules.
Fitted with a weather and dust resistant IP68 external in-line connector to ensure a high level of protection against water and foreign particles.
Features automatic tensioning that permits the awning to be locked into position using hold down straps or locking bolts, with the motor able to be retracted to tension the fabric. This tension minimises fabric "blow outs" traditionally caused by unexpected high winds.