Lutron battery powered Sivoia QS cellular shades
With the ability to work as a stand-alone solution and the ability to integrate into a control system Lutron's battery powered Sivoia QS cellular shades will fill a need for installers looking to grow their energy management product sales.
There are many people that under estimate the impact of how their homes’ shades can be used to help manage energy, while adding natural light to a room during key points in the day.
Manufacturers such as Lutron however have devoted a lot of time, money and other resources to the topic. Lutron’s newly released battery powered Sivoia QS cellular shades fill a need for a small, but growing amount of homeowners that are learning about the benefits of shade management. The shades took the company years to develop and they enter the shade market at price points that will enable a broader group of consumers to purchase the products than what was previously available.
The shades incorporate Lutron’s Triathlon battery life technology, which it says helps the batteries to last up to three years. Lutron offers the shades in stand alone and automated versions, and they are available in a variety of sizes. In addition, the company offers the shades in a choice of fabrics and colors. With the shades homeowners can control the amount of light that enters their home at specific times and they can add a convenient means of privacy.
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