Draper will be demonstrating the industry`s most complete and versatile window shade control system during EHX 2003.
Draper will be demonstrating it's new IntelliFlex (TM) window shade control system at the 2003 Electronic House Expo, November 11 -13 in Orlando, Fla. IntelliFlex is designed for maximum flexibility and user defined control of motorized shades, and company officials say it raises the bar on ease of installation and integration in building automation. The system was named a "Top Product of 2003" by Electronic House Magazine earlier this year.
"With IntelliFlex, all shade control is done through programming, so a few button presses is all it takes to get the shades working properly."
Draper IntelliFlex controls can use IR and RF remote control, wind and sun sensors, PDAs, AV integrator input devices and PCs to control and adjust hundreds of shades individually and in groups. Through RS232 and Internet Protocol devices, IntelliFlex can also be used to control your shades from anywhere in the world. In addition, Draper's new system allows for four intermediate stops.
"One advantage our intermediate stop function has over others out there in the industry is ease of adjustment," according to Gianola. "You can stand right by the shade with a remote or even a PC notebook and program the stops."
"And when you're done," adds Gianola, "you don't have to worry about the shades getting out of alignment, because the IntelliFlex system periodically recalibrates them."
For more information, stop by kiosk 14 in the IP pavilion at Electronic House Expo, November 11 -13 in Orlando, or visit www.draperinc.com.