Savant has expanded its designer window shade offerings to include additional bracket styles along with new low-voltage power modules and enclosures designed to enhance both pricing and wiring efficiencies. Also added to the product line are hidden pocket mounting solutions, and specialty custom options are available.
Designed by JGeiger, Savant’s new specialty brackets provide integrators with the versatility to address an array of architectural details, such as window walls that meet at the corner and require a tight 90-degree angle. These fully configurable brackets can be mounted forward or reverse-roll to best suit each application. New brackets have also been designed to accommodate large windows with multiple fabric panels using multiple motors, minimizing the space required between each panel.
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Savant’s unique low-voltage power architecture enables integrators to organize up to three 5-channel power modules inside a dedicated low-voltage enclosure. This modular power architecture allows integrators to specify only the shade power needed for each installation, reducing the number of vacant channels that needlessly increase overall cost. Coming later this year, Savant will be unveiling a line of low-voltage keypads powered by modules designed to reside within the same enclosure.
Savant now offers J Geiger Hidden Pocket Mounting Kits, designed to achieve a barely visible negative reveal. Kits are available with 4-inch or 6-inch reveal covers and are cuttable and linkable to any length.
Through a partnership with the shading experts at J Geiger, Savant can now provide integrators with highly customized solutions for unique projects. New custom options include blackout side channels, bottom-up roller shades and large single shades up to 14 feet wide.
For more information, visit savant.com.