When it comes time to decide whether you want your custom window treatments with a motorized operating system, convenience is a key consideration–but it is not the only one. Enhanced safety is another benefit. As is greater energy efficiency. Below, you can browse the benefits of all our motorized operating systems. Virtually every Hunter Douglas product can be outfitted with a motorized system–we offer the most innovative technology in the industry. The system appropriate for your custom window coverings depends mostly on the type of product you purchase. Some systems raise and lower window treatments and adjust slats, vanes and louvers, while others move the window covering from side to side, rotating vanes and louvers.
The PowerTilt battery-powered system easily tilts slats open or closed. To use the 'point and press' method, simply point the remote at the satellite eye and press the UP or DOWN button to tilt the slats. Or select a group (or groups) of window coverings to tilt together, even in multiple rooms. The perfect solution for outfitting your home with motorized window blinds. Learn more about PowerTilt with Platinum Technology
Our PowerGlide motorized lifting system allows you to open and close the sheers and rotate the fabric vanes of your Luminette® Privacy Sheers or Alustra® Luminette Privacy Sheers. To use the 'point and press' method, simply point the remote at the satellite eye and press the UP or DOWN button. Or select a group (or groups) of window coverings to move together, even in multiple rooms. Learn more PowerGlide with Platinum Technology
Our PowerRise motorized lifting system allows you to easily raise or lower individual window shadings. To use, point the remote at the receiver eye (either built into the headrail or on a satellite eye) and press the UP or DOWN button to operate the window covering. Or select a group (or groups) of window coverings to move together, even in multiple rooms. Learn more about PowerRise with Platinum Technology
With our hard-wired technology, window coverings can be controlled via the elegant, contemporary-styled Platinum™ wall-switch with optional Platinum remote or through any home automation system.Learn more about our hard-wired technology
Our motorized Tilt-Only technology is available with the PermAlign® and PermaTrak® Headrails to provide motorized vane rotation for window blinds. Two vertical blind motorization options include an infrared remote control unit, or a table or wall mountable switch unit.
Our Full Tilt and Traverse motorization for vertical blinds is available with switch control, remote control or a combination of both. The full tilt and traverse system is available with the Specialty Systems headrail. Learn more about our Tilt-Only, Full Tilt and Traverse technology
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