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Solar protection/ Automated solar protection

MOTORIZATION OF LOUVERS

Linsenhofer Straße, 59-63 72660 Beuren Germany
Tel.: (+49) 70 251 301
Fax: (+49) 702 513 212
www.elero.com
Elero's combination of motors and automation for louvers allows for an adequate administration of daylight by means of adjusting the louvers in function to the intensity of the sunlight, providing continuously controlled luminosity in the buildings interior. 
The LIMAline and VITROline systems are designed for the synchronized control of large areas of exterior facade louvers. 
LIMAline permits the coordinated orientation of louvers of different materials, such as glass, aluminum, stainless steel or photovoltaic elements. A cogged connecting rod drive moves up to 15 double gears in series, permitting the mechanization of up to 30 sunscreens of different sizes, positions and axis lengths, with a rotation of more than 360º. 
VITROline insures the control of up to 20 gears that adjust and maintain the desired position of large scale sun screens. The non-corrosive materials used, don't require lubricants. These materials and the compact design minimize maintenance and allow for an especially economical product range.
Slat actuators for louvers.

LIMAline makes the facade technology invisible. Discretely installed in the supporting profile, it guarantees optimal functioning of the louvers.

Without cables, the radio sensor system Aero-868 for detecting wind and light conditions is autonomous thanks to an integrated solar panel

Without cables, the radio sensor system Aero-868 for detecting wind and light conditions is autonomous thanks to an integrated solar panel. It controls via radio the different sun protection systems.

The SMI motors for louvers allow the programming of intermediate positions, interchange of data with higher level bus systems and reduce total automation costs for building control.

The SMI motors for louvers allow the programming of intermediate positions, interchange of data with higher level bus systems and reduce total automation costs for building control.

Adjustable louvers roof covering the hall of the New Stock Exchange building, Stuttgart, Germany

Adjustable louvers roof covering the hall of the New Stock Exchange building, Stuttgart, Germany.
Architects: Michel+Wolf & Partners.

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