Lutron Shading Products Integrated With Home Theaters
Capitalizing on the growing popularity of home theater systems, security controls and automated lighting, Lutron Electronics is providing integrated shading systems that will help builders and contractors increase their profit potential and expand their business.
Automated shading systems are one of the most profitable of home technology options available to builders, says Lutron.
The manufacturer’s Sivoia QED™ (Quiet Electronic Drive) controllable shading products allow builders and home owners to utilize a custom-built shading system with various configurations and fabrics suited to their specific application.
Lutron’s controllable window treatments help create an ideal system by reducing or eliminating glare on the viewing screen and video washout, ensuring privacy and keeping furniture safe from UV damage — while adding an attractive and complementary feature to the home.
With the touch of a button, the technology can turn any room into a home theater with optimum picture quality and maximum viewing pleasure.
The QED shading products include roller shades, Roman shades and drapery track systems. All systems operate with ultra-quiet precision and low-voltage drives and many options are offered for the controls.
Among the product’s features:
- Precision movement, for a single unit or in a group
- Ultra-quiet operation (44 dbA at three feet)
- Integration with Lutron lighting control systems
- Remote control capability
- Easy programming and operation through electronic keypads
- Elegant keypads with backlit buttons and custom engraving
- Installation in any space, new or retrofit
Headquartered in Coopersburg, Pa., Lutron Electronics is a member of the National Council of the Housing Industry — The Supplier 100 of NAHB.
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