With MySmartBlinds, convert your horizontal blinds into automated blinds.
Control the light levels of your room (or house) in summer and winter with the built-in temperature sensors.
Set up your blinds to be fully automated blinds.
Remotely control your blinds while you’re away from home.
Put your blinds on schedule – Set when exactly to open and close the blinds.
Your automated blinds are powered by the blinds motor which can be charged with solar power. This saves energy.
It’s super easy to set up and use MySmartBlinds with one of the methods (or sets of devices) below:
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The first and the simplest way to use MySmartBlinds to automate your blinds is to use your mobile phone.
All you have to do is to download the MySmartBlinds app onto your phone.
For iOS (when you’re using an iPhone or iPad):
Your iPhone must be on iOS 10 or newer versions.
The iOs devices that are compatible with MySmartBlinds app:
For Android phones:
Make sure you have the latest version of Android operating system installed on your phone.
The Android devices that are compatible with MySmartBlinds app:
With the app and your phone, no additional purchase or device is required. i.e. No additional cost to you.
The next simplest way to use MySmartBlinds is to use the Smart Switch.
You’ll have to purchase this Smart Switch.
You may be using Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant as your home automation hub or system. But how do you integrate MySmartBlinds with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant for your home automation system?
Buy the Smart Bridge.
With a Smart Bridge, you can control your blinds outside of bluetooth distance, and you can integrate MySmartBlinds into Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
The Smart Bridge lets you control your mobile phone from anywhere. You can use voice control with your blinds.
What if you want to move your blinds when you’re out of home? You can!
When you’re away from home, you can send a command from the MySmartBlinds app (which is installed on your phone), which sends the command over the internet connection to your Smart Bridge. Your Smart Bridge receives the command and will send a Bluetooth command to your MySmartBlinds device i.e. Move your blinds.
MySmartBlinds has the Automation Kit available (as a separate purchase) which includes a motor box, battery pack, solar panel, manual switch road adapters for all tilt rod shapes, cable clips to manage cords, and rubber tubing ends for tilt rod.
The Automation Kit lets you control the tilting of your horizontal blinds on a pre-set schedule. Through the Automation Kit, you can also control your blinds on demand from your phone.
The MySmartBlinds Automation Kit is compatible with brands including: Hunter Douglas, Home Decorators Collection, Norman, Levolor, Springs, allen + roth, Smith & Noble, Budget Blinds, Bali, A Better Blind, Blinds.com, Achim, Kohl’s, justblinds, MyBlinds, Factory Direct, Chicology, Hampton Bay, Maxxmar, Blindster.com, Lafayette, JCPenney, Select Blinds, Kellie Clements, Blindsgalore, Graber, Comfortex, and more.
The Automation Kit can automate all major brands of horizontal 2-3 inch blinds.
However, the Automation Kit is not compatible with vertical blinds, cordless lift blinds, roller shades, or shutters.
The Automation Kit works with only one blind. i.e. You will need one Automation Kit for each blind you would like to automate.
Your blinds can track the sunrise and sunset through sun tracking.
Enable sun tracking on your schedule. Your room schedule will track and try continuing to remain at that relationship to the sunrise and sunset throughout the season.
Simple reason is you can turn on sun tracking to maintain the same light levels you prefer even as times and seasons change.
A simple example is let’s say your schedule is set to 9am while sun tracking is enabled. Sunrise is going to be at 8am in summer. In this case, you have set your blinds to open one hour after sunrise.
When in winter the sunrise comes at 9am, your blinds will open at 10am. This keeps the light levels in your room (or house) consistent throughout.
What are the different blind mount types?
For blinds inside window sill, make sure:
For blinds inside window sill/frame with materials being metal, tile, or marble, make sure:
For blinds outside window sill/frame, make sure:
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