US-based SelectBlinds.com, the online custom window décor brand, has announced the launch of two of their Motorized Architect Roller Shades products, powered by Eve MotionBlinds in conjunction with Apple HomeKit Technology. In addition to the Eve MotionBlinds motors’ Bluetooth capabilities, these connected blinds and shades motors support Thread smart home technology.
Eve MotionBlinds motors’ are available in Light Filtering and Blackout Shades for the ultimate light control, even when you’re not home.
Eve MotionBlinds motors are incredibly versatile and cross-functional – one prominent feature is the ease of setting up the remote functionality. Once the window treatments are installed, the user scans the HomeKit setup code with an iOS device – and connects with no bridge or gateway required other than a Thread border router, which is currently the Apple Homepod Mini.
Using Apple Home, or the Eve for HomeKit, window treatments can be conveniently operated, programmed, and scheduled. You can set up HomeKit “Scenes and Rules” to sync the blinds with other HomeKit enabled accessories: thermostats, light bulbs, motion detectors, etc. For example, pre-program your shades to close at night, while syncing to turn on the lights in that area or room of your home. Orchestrate it all from your iPhone or via Siri.
“Select Blinds is excited to offer our popular Architect Roller Shades paired with the Eve MotionBlinds motors,” said Ashley Damico, Director of Merchandising for Select Blinds. “This technology is cutting edge and allows for the simplest form of home automation at a price that doesn’t break the bank.”
Select Blinds’ Motorized Architect Roller Shades are custom and handcrafted to last with all the care and high-quality Select Blinds products are known for. They feature an unforgettable European-inspired design, in a wide array of colours, as well as texture styles from three different sustainably procured sources.
“Our customers will be thrilled with the premium, sleek design of these shades and just how easy they are to operate,” Damico concluded.
The new roller shades are currently available in two variations: light-filtering and blackout. More information via the company’s website.
You can check out our video of OmniaBlinds using Eve MotionBlinds below;