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Partial opening of electric blinds and shutters – now possible with YESLY

The control of electric blinds and shutters with Finder YESLY is now even smarter with the functionality of control in percentage of opening.

NEW PRODUCTS, PRODUCTS FOCUS

The control of electric blinds and shutters with Finder YESLY is now even smarter using new firmware that allows the user to command the blind or shutter to assume a percentage of the fully open position.

The latest firmware (v.16) for the Type 13.S2 shutter actuator is now available, facilitating partial opening of electric shutters and blinds. The firmware update is retrospective and therefore works with all existing, as well as new, Type 13.S2 actuators.

NB: This new function requires the correct setting of both the up and the down times for the roller shutter. This set-up procedure is intended for the expert technician and must be performed through the Finder Toolbox Plus App – created specifically for installers – available on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

A NEW FUNCTION AND AN UPDATED APP

The ability to control electric blinds and shutters on a percentage basis allows for an ever smarter and more personalized integrated system of device control throughout the home.

Within the Finder YESLY app, and once the update has been performed, a new section dedicated to the time-based adjustment of electric blinds and shutters will be available.

Significant among the main innovations of the revised app is the ability to view the percentage open status of the shutter (up to 5 positions) directly from the home screen – much quicker than checking each actuator individually!

 

 

SCENARIOS AND VOICE ASSISTANTS

The new update also allows the creation of fully customized scenarios – such as those including partially opened blinds – and commands through your favourite voice assistant.

So just say “Alexa, open living room shutter to 20%” or “Hey Google, open all roller shutters” to achieve the desired effect.

OPERATION OF THE OPENING IN PERCENTAGE

The percentage open state is related to the full rise and fall times, and for this reason it’s important that these are accurately set for the electric roller shutter.

Once these times have been set, the YESLY system will calculate the time required for the percentage opening, and the Type 13.S2 will close the contact for the calculated time. At the end of its travel, the shutter’s open percentage value can be viewed within the App.

 

FINDER YESLY – THE SCALEABLE SOLUTION FOR ALL

From the automation of electric blinds to the smart control of other devices and systems – such as lighting and climate control – Finder has a dedicated range of modular and integrable products to transform every home into a smart home.

Here are a number of devices that can be installed for these and other specific applications:

Roller shutter actuator The Type 13.S2 is a device specifically designed for controlling electric awnings, shutters and blinds. Install this and you can control shutters and blinds, partially opening them if you wish, or centralize control via smartphone or voice assistants – all thanks to the Finder Gateway2.

Watch the video tutorial for the installation of the Type 13.S2 roller shutter actuator.

  • Range Extenders Types 1Y.EU.005 and 1Y.E8.230 are devices capable of extending the range of action of YESLY devices. Using them you can extend the operating range of the device by up to 10 meters (free field).
  • Input Interface The Type 1Y.P2 interface unit will transform any button or switch into a convenient wireless control, thus making it possible to centrally control or individually control electric shutters or any other YESLY-controlled device.
  • BEYON This Wireless button has no need to be recharged. Use it to manage YESLY devices or to recall a customized scenario.

 

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