The Altair Powerlouvre Window System adds a brilliant touch of innovative technology to our day-to day living. Recognised by the Australian Window Association for its excellence in design, this low-voltage automated window is available in the Breezway Easyscreen Window System. It is more than just a futuristic addition; it is life made easy.
Let’s take a look at how the Altair Powerlouvre Window System lives up to its award-winning performance as a smart living solution:
The Powerlouvre Window incorporates a concealed motor and gearbox within the framing system, which means no visible motors, rods, arms or gallery screws.
When designing your building consider the way you operate your louvre windows within reach or up high. The Powerlouvre Window is ideal for out-of-reach locations and allows the window to be operated more frequently by removing the need for awkward map rods to operate manual handles.
Breezway Powerlouvre Windows can be easily controlled through the Apptivate Control Unit, which is a touch sensitive wall plate, or via the Powerlouvre app, which allows smartphones and tablets to serve as a remote control. It can also be programmed to work with third party Building Management Systems (BMS) to suit a range of budget and control needs.
Energy and Cost Efficiency
The Powerlouvre Window can be set to operate automatically in response to various sensors and input, such as temperature and timer events. This significantly reduces the need for air conditioners, thus lowering household energy costs.
Manufactured from 6060-T5 extruded aluminium, the Powerlouvre Window provides strength as well as long, low maintenance life. It has also been tested to perform in extreme conditions – from 0°c to 60°C in temperature to 90% humidity at 35°C.
Breezway’s Easyscreen Window System includes an integrated insect and security screen housing to allow easy fittings of screens to the frame. Screens can be installed within the building to prevent interference with louvre blade operation.
For more information on the Powerlouvre Window please visit our Powerlouvre page.