Draper Introduces Bigger, Quieter Battery Shade

With Draper's new Recharge, you can put battery shades in more places and in larger window openings.

Battery powered window shades have always been a great idea, but somewhat limited in use due to sizes available and other concerns.


With Draper's new Recharge, you can now put battery shades in more places and in larger window openings. Draper Recharge is available up to 12 feet high and 12 feet wide.

Bigger does not mean noisier. You won't hear those bigger battery shades when they are in motion—you'll be amazed by the extremely quiet operation.

Installation is also much easier. These units install like a manual window shade, and there's no extra space required for the batteries. The battery is hidden away safely inside the tube. As the name implies, Recharge is rechargeable from a 110V outlet or an optional solar panel, and each charge lasts months.

Recharge fits easily into any control scenario. For quick and simple, there's a touch sensitive remote control, a flush mount wall switch. For more flexibility, integrate Recharge with popular control systems.

There's also an app for that! Use the Recharge app to control or program your shades. Since the motor has bi-directional communication, the app can even tell you when it's time to charge the battery!

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