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Motorized Revolve Zebra Shades

by GAPOSA

Revolve Transitional Shades Collection

The soft fabric of a premium shade and the light control and privacy of a venetian blind make the Revolve Transitional Shades Collection unparalleled in appearance, versatility and value. Manually adjust the amount of light and view with the standard continuous cord loop option or motorize the shade for programmable adjustments to the alignment and height using a rechargeable battery motor from Gaposa, Rollease Acmeda or Somfy’s wire-free motor.

Motor System

BATTERY POWERED MOTORS
The silent Sileo and the super-silent Sileo XS motors ranges have been especially designed for the roller blinds / shades market and represents perfectly the high level of engineering reached by Gaposa. With an high level of speed and silence, each motor is tested for sound emissions on the automatic line to provide the highest level of quality.
Features
COMFORT
ENERGY SAVING

With a simple click the room brightness can be set very easily not mentioning the fact that Gaposa motors are extremely quiet.

With the addition of a sun sensor, screens will automatically close according to sun exposure, increasing the thermal insulation of the house, thus reducing the cost of air conditioning.

PRIVACY
VALUE

A motorized screen will efficiently insure full discretion from neighbors.

Automation increases the market value of any real estate thanks to the elevated comfort.

SPEED

Screens within the same room can be grouped together and controlled together as one. Furthermore, Gaposa motors are fast while remaining quiet.

Technical Specifications

SHOW SPECIFICATIONS

Specifications

Motor

Description

Voltage

Torque

Speed

Sound level

Min shade width

Max shade width

Tubes

Control technology

Battery Extra Quiet

GA BT R 30 1.1 xQ

SuperSileo Li-ion XS 30 1.1 Nm

12V 

1.1 Nm

30 RPM

~36 dB

23"

84" x 84"

1.5", 2.0"

Radio

Controllers
Accessories
BC312.US
Li-ion Battery Charger
Motors
XSDC3EZ228B
XSDC3EZ030B
Resources

Product Quick Reference Guides

Programming and Installation Instructions

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