Why use rechargeable battery-powered tubular motors?

The particularly quiet electric motors with rechargeable lithium-ion batteries are concealed inside the roller blind as well as in the blinds. Since the tubular motor is powered by battery, no separate power supply (110 V / 230 V) is required for the power supply. This allows an installation anywhere in the building, eliminating the need for electrical wiring and the use of qualified personnel for connection and installation.

The rechargeable tubular motors with 35 mm tube diameter are therefore used especially in building renovation and redevelopment. The HRSDC series motors, which have a strength up to 13 Nm , are ideally used for operating aluminum, PVC and wood roller shutters in small and medium-sized windows or balcony doors, as well as for window awnings and zip screens.
Rechargeable battery motors with a smaller tube diameter (25 mm or 16 mm) are mainly used for the motorization of interior roller blinds and zebra blinds. Since no power cables are required for the operation, the blinds can also be easily mounted onto wings of tilt and turn windows.
The fully charged battery lasts up to 6 months, thanks to the low energy consumption, depending on the number of cycles, the hanging length and the hanging weight. The battery is fully charged within a few hours. A separate removal of the battery is not required, because of a charging cable with plug connection on the tubular motor or a mini USB charging socket.
This also makes it possible to charge all heicko rechargeable battery tubular motors with small solar panels which, attached to the window or the wall of the house, provide the batteries with environmentally friendly charging power.
  • Electronically adjust and set limits
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  • Square drive on motor head
  • Electronically adjust and set limits
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  • Clickable motor head
    Electronically adjust and set limits
  • Radio
  • Electronically adjust and set limits
  • Quiet
  • Radio
  • Square drive on motor head
  • Electronically adjust and set limits
  • Radio

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