Stand-alone systems are most common for controlling blinds on small to medium projects. Where blinds are being fitted retrospectively or in a particular area of the house – a garden room for example – a stand-alone control system would be installed to operate the blinds.
The blinds require their own power source, motors, transformers (if low voltage) and controls (handset or wall mounted switch). Motorised blinds are activated either via a hard wire connection from the control point to each motor or by using ‘wireless’ or RTS (radio transmitted signal) to a radio receiver connected to the blinds.
Stand-alone systems tend to use the RTS method whereas home automation systems often have a hard-wired connection.
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