The Altair Powerlouvre Window has a low voltage motor which is fully concealed within the frame. By pressing the switch the blades open to 87.5 degrees, automatically stopping at the fully open and fully closed positions. Alternatively, blades can be stopped in any intermediate position throughout the duration of the open/close cycle.
Extra product information
. Designed to be compatible with simple toggle switches through to building automation systems. 24V DC operating voltage from 230V AC supply voltage.
. Frames can be coupled vertically or horizontally
Powerlouvre™ Windows are only available in standard heights and up to a maximum of 9 blades which equates to a height of 1351mm when using 152mm blades or 901mm when using 102mm blades. Window heights and widths are limited by the wind ratings that your local building code specifies.
Standard heights only
Max width - 4000mm or 6 bays
Min width - 400mm
Altair Powerlouvre™ Window Sizes in Easyscreen™ Frame
BLADES 152mm GALLERY 102mm GALLERY
2 371mm na
3 511mm 361mm
4 651mm 451mm
5 791mm 541mm
6 931mm 631mm
7 1071mm 721mm
8 1211mm 811mm
9 1351mm 901mm
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Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Breezway Altair Powerlouvre Window: One model only - different features are available
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