- 1 How wide can a Lutron shade be?
- 2 How much are Lutron shades?
- 3 What is a shade Batten?
- 4 How do I set the limit on my blinds?
- 5 What does the Lutron smart bridge do?
- 6 Can one pico remote control multiple switches?
- 7 Are Lutron shades worth it?
- 8 Are Serena shades expensive?
- 9 Are motorized shades worth it?
How wide can a Lutron shade be?
Lutron’s new motorized rollup shades available in sizes as big as 12 feet wide by 12 feet tall.
How much are Lutron shades?
How much do Lutron Serena shades cost? Lutron Serena shades start at $129, plus shipping and tax, for the most basic shade with no motor. Adding a motor (wired or battery powered) will add $125 per shade. The largest Serena Honeycomb shades, 96” W x 104” H, made with the cheapest material cost $1442.
What is a shade Batten?
Batten – a horizontal stiffener made of fiberglass that is inserted into a small. 25 in. (6.4 mm) pocket in the fabric panel, typically near the vertical center of the shade or at a seam.
How do I set the limit on my blinds?
Raise the shade until it stops at its highest position. This sets the hardstop top limit. Top Limits
- Press and hold the manual button on the headrail of the shade for about six seconds until the shade jogs (moves slightly)
- Let go of the manual button.
- Operate the shade.
What does the Lutron smart bridge do?
What does the Caséta Smart Bridge do? The Smart Bridge and Lutron App allow you to monitor and operate Lutron Caséta Wireless dimmers, Serena motorized shades, and a variety of other products via an internet connected device such as a smartphone, smart watch, tablet or smart speaker.
Can one pico remote control multiple switches?
One Pico remote can be used to control multiple dimmers. The On and Off buttons and the Raise and Lower buttons then control all dimmers connected to the Pico. For example, if you hit the Raise button, all lights get brighter.
Are Lutron shades worth it?
Easy setup and robust features makes Serena smart shades a great addition to any smart home. I liked that I could control them not just with Lutron’s app and remote, but with a host of other smart-home systems, too. Lutron Serena shades look and work great; it’s just a shame that they’re so expensive.
Are Serena shades expensive?
Lutron’s Serena Remote Controlled Shades can’t solve the price problem (each unit costing around $350 at the least, plus $150 for the Caseta Bridge that integrates with Apple HomeKit). But their hefty price tag makes a little more sense than what you’ll pay for other smart shades.
Are motorized shades worth it?
Yes, they are worth the investment! They add to the security, privacy, and efficiency of your home. Also, when motorized window treatments are integrated with a smart lighting or automation system, the drapes and/or shades can move in concert with other systems like lighting, music and HVAC.