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AvosDim motorisation kit 1500mm ø60mm tube - remote control

  • Motorised tube conversion kit for manual roller shutters
  • Remote control (remote control supplied)
  • Power capacity: 10Nm (lifts up to 20Kg)
  • Tube length: 1500mm (easily adjustable)
  • Limited stock

Product details

Usage: Motorise your manual shutter

Do you have a strap coiler, crank or spring loaded shutter? If you want to update and modernise your roller shutter with a remote control motor, now is your chance. We supply a full kit with everything you need.
Easy to install and at an unbeatable price. These kits are a limited product so take advantage now and get your shutters moving from the sofa!

Quick look: Motorised Roller Shutter

The motor in this kit is a Avosdim RF remote controlled motor, it's supplied with a remote. It is a 10Nm power motor, which can lift up to 20kg slat curtains.

Estimated weight of domestic roller shutter 39mm slats: PVC 4kg / m², aluminum 4.5kg / m², wood 11kg / m²

The stop limits are adjusted from the motor head, and is explained to you in the instructions provided. The length of the motor requires that the intersected roller tube isn't under 620mm. Your shutter must be between 620mm and 1500mm width to be compatible.

Kit contents

  • 1 x octagonal roller tube ø60mm 1500mm width (cuttable aluminium)
  • 1 x remote control motor with adapers and supports - length 595mm - 15 rpm, 230V / 50HZ / IP44
  • 1 x 1 channel remote control (controls 1 motor or up to 20 x grouped motors simultaneously)
  • 1 x tube end and ball bearing
  • 3 x flexible clips to secure slat curtain to the tube
  • 1 x pivot plate
  • 1 x screw pack

Instruction manuals

Motorising your manual roller shutter
Motorising your manual roller shutter (built in type)

Information sheet

Information sheet
Name AvosDim motorisation kit 1500mm
SKU 005411
Sku Fabriquant 005411
Warranty (years) 2

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