SOMFY Systems, Inc. OFFERS UNIVERSAL RTS INTERFACE

SOMFY's 5 Channel RS232/IR/Dry Contact to RTS interface allows third party automation systems to control SOMFY's line of Radio Technology SOMFY™ (RTS) motors and controls.

Cranbury, NJ - SOMFY Systems, Inc., the world leader in the design and manufacture of tubular motors and electronic controls for the residential and commercial interior and exterior window covering markets now offers a universal RTS interface for use with SOMFY's electronic control offering.


SOMFY's 5 Channel RS232/IR/Dry Contact to RTS interface allows third party automation systems to control SOMFY's line of Radio Technology SOMFY™ (RTS) motors and controls. The interface can be activated by three different types of inputs and convert them to SOMFY's RTS protocol. The system can control RTS related products; Multi -Link RF, Altus motors, RTS 25 DC, and SOMFY's battery operated motors.


About SOMFY Systems, Inc.
SOMFY Systems Inc., the leader in manufacturing motors and electronic controls for the automatic movement of openings in the home and workplace, has US headquarters located in Cranbury, NJ. For more than 3 decades, engineers at SOMFY have been designing products to motorize interior and exterior window coverings such as awnings, rolling shutters, exterior solar screens, interior shades, wood blinds, draperies, projection screens and more. SOMFY motorization systems are easily integrated with security, HVAC, and lighting systems providing total home or building automation.

For more information contact SOMFY Systems, Inc., 47 Commerce Drive, Cranbury, NJ 08512 or call 1 -877 -43 -SOMFY (US), 1 -800 -66 -SOMFY (CN) or at www.somfysystems.com.


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