Interior home automation system PALLADIOM
for blindsfor heatingfor air conditioning

interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
interior home automation system
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Characteristics

Product applications
for interior, for blinds
Function
for heating, for air conditioning
Location
indoor
Market
home, commercial

Description

In 1993, Lutron established a new benchmark in blinds with our quiet motorized shading system. Now, we’re redefining the automated blinds category with the Palladiom Shading System. They’re designed for exposed applications – to be installed without a fascia, pocket, or recess – and look beautiful from every angle. With groundbreaking technology and whisper-quiet performance, these blinds have been created for the most sophisticated homes. The unibody aluminum brackets are meticulously hand-finished and are robust enough to support a 3.6m by 3.6m blind with a remarkably slim 76mm profile. They’re also available in a variety of finishes and blend into any architectural style seamlessly. Bracket Enclosure Ring Within the blind brackets are ingeniously hidden electronics. The bracket itself conceals all wiring, programming buttons, and LED indicator lights with an innovative rotating ring design. It’s simple – and seamless. Palladiom Bottom Rail To accentuate the minimalist aesthetic of the Palladiom Shading System, Lutron has created the inventive Palladiom Bottom Rail. The design uses a groundbreaking method of clamping onto the fabric – no matter the fabric thickness – to ensure that the hembar will always sit perfectly flat and perpendicular to the fabric plane. The subtle curve along the hembar face matches the roll diameter at the top of the blind, so that when the blind is fully open, the hembar disappears into the negative space behind the blind itself Minimal Light Gaps Light gaps are a necessary element of roller blinds, especially when the blind is meant to be exposed.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.