Lutron Electric Blinds

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Curtain & Blind Automation

Lutron Electric Roman & Roller Blinds

Flexibility to fit any space
Quiet & elegant
Ideal for recessed voids
Exceptional quality

Lutron is a technology-centred and people-driven company with a long history of significant growth and smart innovations.

The Lutron story began in the late 1950’s in New York City, when founder Joel Spira invented and brought to market the first rotary dimmer-switch. Since then Lutron has become a leading name around the world in both artificial and natural light management.

Lutron have consistently been at the forefront of innovations in window shade technology for the control of daylight, as well as wired and wireless systems to integrate control of daylight and electric light.

Lutron have consistently been at the forefront of innovations in window shade technology for the control of daylight, as well as wired and wireless systems to integrate control of daylight and electric light.

Sivoia® QS blinds are the ideal solution for ultra-quiet,

precision control of daylight. Roller blinds are available in

different sizes to accommodate the needs of any application.

Sivoia QS is the next generation of shading technology from Lutron, and the ideal solution for total light control. Sivoia QS can control the entire Lutron family of automated window treatments, including roller shades, traditional drapery tracks, the Kirbé® vertical drapery system, tensioned shades, roman shades, horizontal sheer blinds, pleated shades, and fashion honeycomb shades. Its simplified wiring and common communication language allow for easy integration with Lutron lighting controls, including GRAFIK Eye® QS and Quantum® systems.

Lutron systems can also be used in conjunction with 3rd party control systems, where Lutron technology is not already installed.

The Lutron roman shade utilises the same technology as the roller system, ensuring near silent operation and all the same benefits.

The system is ideally specified for installation in pre-determined recess voids, although retrospective installation to non-void window applications is always possible.

The roman system also uses the same hem alignment technology and the same wiring requirements as the rolller shade family of blinds.

Used in conjunction with the leading fabric house drapery, this system is the pinnacle of automated roman blind technology.

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