For the comfortable operation of awnings, we recommend power-driven operation with the following options: 

1. Operation with switch key      2. Remote control      3. Complete system automation

1. Switch key

The electric drive operation of shading elements is a basic execution of an electric drive, where the shading element is controlled by a switch. In this system, an electrical installation must be arranged with the switch (connection of the awning drive to the switch), which controls the awning.

2. Remote wireless control

With this system, the awning is operated with a remote control. The remote controls are multi-channel. You can specify which awning or group of awnings you will control with each channel.

One chanel-wireless-wall remote control.

One- or six-channel remote control. Each channel is programmable. You can control one or more shading elements with each channel, or you can control them all at once.

A small and simple ergonomically designed remote control, pleasing to the touch.

3. Full automation

The system allows for the complete automation of awnings. After setting, the awnings are automatically raised and lowered. With the addition of weather sensors, the awning automatically adjust according to changes in weather.

The Telis program clock is a device for controlling awnings. It doesn’t require a cable connection to the electric motor. The sundial is pre-programmed to our time zone. You can use the “vacation” feature to control your awnings at different times (at different hours and days). The LCD displays the date, time and current position of the awnings.

The WIND, SUN, RAIN sensor is a wireless device that adapts to weather changes.

A wind sensor for awnings that runs on vibrations. The sensor detects fluctuations in the front board of the awning and closes it. Adjustable sensor sensitivity threshold.

Awning controlled by your smartphone

Manage your awnings with a mobile application, even when you’re not at home.