Block out the sun with voice-activated automatic blinds
Smart awnings are curtains with built-in motors that allow you to raise or lower them remotely according to a schedule. This sunscreen is also known as automatic sunscreen, smart sunscreen or automatic sunscreen.
In some cases, smart blinds have built-in light sensors that allow you to adjust to outdoor lighting.
Some smart shades include compatible integrations with smart home systems like Apple HomeKit and Nest, while others integrate with virtual assistants like Alexa or your Google Assistant, so you can control them with just your voice.
Common features of smart sunshades
While there is no standard feature set for smart blinds, you can find some common features in some or all of them.
- remote control: Smart blinds give you the ability to control them remotely, usually via a remote control or a mobile app, allowing you to open or close the blinds without direct manual intervention. Some remotes allow you to set timers or schedules to determine when to open or close the blinds.
- Built-in engine: This is activated by a remote, an app or your voice and does the actual work of moving the blinds up and down.
- Built-in light sensor: Some of the more advanced smart blinds have light sensors that allow you to control the shades based on outdoor lighting. These sensors can often be set up to detect different times of the day, such as sunset or sunrise.
- Virtual Assistant Integration: Some smart blinds support integration with the most common virtual assistants; so you can send voice commands to control your blinds.
Why would anyone want automatic blinds?
There are many reasons why you should automate your home in general, but more specifically, there are good reasons to add this type of blinds to your home.
- save costs: While adding smart shadows is a bit pricey at first, they pay for themselves in the long run. Instead of turning on unnecessary lights, you can use outdoor lighting when you need it by setting a schedule or using the built-in light sensor.
From an energy-saving and cost-saving standpoint, automatic blinds work well with smart light bulbs, as the brightness of the light bulbs can be adjusted based on the amount of sunlight entering the room.
- Accessible: Instead of getting up or walking to a window to adjust the blinds, you can do it from the couch or just with a voice command from your virtual assistant.
What Are Smart Blinds?
Keep the sun at bay with voice-activated automatic shades
Smart blinds are window coverings that include built-in motors that let you add remote raising or lowering capabilities based on schedules. These blinds are also called automatic blinds, smart shades, or automated blinds.
In some cases, smart blinds have built-in light sensors that allow you to adjust them based on the exterior lighting.
Some smart blinds include supported integrations with smart home systems like Apple HomeKit and Nest, while others integrate with virtual assistants like Alexa or your Google Assistant so they can be controlled just by your voice.
Common Features Of Smart Blinds
Even though there is not a standard set of features for smart blinds, these are some of the common features that you will find in some or all of them.
Remote control: Smart shades give you the functionality to control them remotely, often through a remote control or a mobile application that will allow you to open or close blinds without direct manual input. Some of the remote controls allow you to set timers or schedules to control when the blinds should be open or closed.
Built-in Motor: This is activated by the remote control, an app, or your voice and does the actual physical work of moving blinds up or down.
Built-in light sensor: Some the most advanced smart blinds have a light sensor that allows you to control the shades based on the exterior lighting. These sensors can often be set to detect different times of day, such as dusk or dawn.
Virtual assistant integration: Some smart blinds support integrations with the most common virtual assistants; making it possible to send voice commands to control your shades.
Why Would Anyone Want Automated Blinds?
There are many reasons why you should automate your home in general but, more specifically, there are good reasons for adding these kinds of blinds to your home.
Cost saving: Even though the cost of adding smart blinds is a little high up front, they pay for themselves in the long run. Setting schedules or using a built-in light sensor means you can take advantage of the exterior lighting when needed instead of turning unnecessary lights.
From an energy and cost-savings perspective, automatic blinds play well with smart light bulbs as the brightness of the bulbs can be adjusted based on the sunlight coming into the room.
Easy access: There is no need to stand up or walk to a window to adjust your blinds anymore, you can do it from your couch or simply by a voice command from your virtual assistant.
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