iBlinds is a simple and easy to use device to automate your existing window blinds. You can control any 2-2 ½ inch horizontal blinds in your home or office. Set a scheduled to open at sunrise and close at sunset, use voice control with Amazon Alexa and Google Home or manually control a single blind, or a group of them, from home or anywhere in the world with one touch of a button using your smartphone, tablet or Z-Wave remote.
|Motor||An intelligent blind motor, a Z-Wave device designed for tilting Venetian (2" slatted-style) blinds. A free Z-Wave App will allow you to open and close the blinds and to use the value slider for precise positioning of the tilt angle.|
|Adapters||special adapters for all tilt rod sizes and a height adapter for normal profile headrails. By default, it will fit a low profile headrail.|
|Battery||A lithium rechargeable battery for a long and extended life, simple to charge using USB adapter or a solar panel.|
|Cables||A power cable and USB Charger|
|Solar||A Solar Panel (sold separately) an environmentally friendly and worry-free method for charging the rechargeable battery. This eliminates the need to connect the USB adapter and charger cable. At the end of the campaign, you will have the opportunity to purchase add-on solar panels.|
Tilt your window blinds with voice commands
Amazon Echo and Google Home Integration through supported Z-Wave smart home hubs ex: SmartThings, Wink and Vera.
Amazon Echo is a registered trademark of Amazon. Google Home is a registered trademark of Google.
Installation is simple and easy, no special tools needed
Remove the existing tilt mechanism and tilt rod
Select height and tilt rod adapter if needed
Connect power source and place iBlind in headrail
Replace the tilt rod and pair with Z-wave network
You can edit the popup directly from PixBuilder
Smart Home Integration
iBlinds is an official Z-Wave plus certified product. Z-Wave certification ensures that all Z-Wave products work together with each other regardless of brand, including backward-compatibility between versions. The certification process includes technical testing, programs for uniformity of marks, and enforcement of the certification standards