PowerShades introduces new quieter motors for its automated shades

PowerShades – provider of manual and automated window shades for residential, commercial and hospitality applications – has announced that its standard offering of Power over Ethernet (PoE) and RF automated shades (battery-powered and DC) features new motors with quieter performance.

PowerShades’ new motors are up to one-quarter as loud as its previous motor, depending on the application. PowerShades’ standard motor offering has gone from -55dB to -42dB (which according to the American Academy of Audiology is just above the sound of a quiet library).

PowerShades President, Jason Turner, says: “Our PowerShades motorised shades already delivered extraordinary convenience with features like our new Mobile App and our cloud-based MyDashboard, which lets users set the rhythm of their shades to fit their schedules and pre-set scenes. Now the experience is even better with new quieter motors that let the user effortlessly and quietly achieve perfect lighting for any environment or application.”

Claimed to be the industry’s first and only true PoE automated shades, PowerShade’s PoE shades offer all the benefits of the company’s RF automated shades, along with additional advantages not found in any other type of motorised shade. With PoE automated shades, a single CAT5 cable provides both power and communications, so there is no proprietary hard wiring necessary. Plus, the PoE motor is low voltage (under 50V AC), so it doesn’t require a licensed electrician. And with power coming from a single, central source, more information can be transferred on the network cable while improving reliability over traditional RF solutions.

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