"AUTOMATE MY ROLLER SHUTTERS"
Shutters are an ideal thermal barrier to insulate your home from the cold or heat. For simple day-to-day use, start by centralising the management of your roller shutters and see our suggestions for equipment to improve your comfort and security.
ESSENTIALS FOR GAINING TIME EVERY DAY
START WITH THE CENTRALISATION OF SHUTTERS
CENTRALISE THE OPENING AND CLOSING OF YOUR ROLLER SHUTTERS
Automate daily activities using a single remote control to separately or simultaneously open or close all roller shutters in your house or apartment.
If your roller shutters are not fitted with electric motors, thinkbig also has solutions that allow you to add a motor to your shutters.
COMPLETE YOUR INSTALLATION AS NEEDED TO MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS
OUR IDEAS FOR INCREASED COMFORT AND SECURITY
RETRACT YOUR AWNING ACCORDING TO WIND CONDITIONS
The wind sensor is a great way to retract your terrace awning automatically when you are not at home. Breakage risks are prevented: the sensor chooses the best awning position for you according to the wind strength.
TRANSFORM YOUR ROLLER SHUTTERS INTO A SECURITY FEATURE
In an emergency, the Think Big Smart Home smoke detector controls your roller shutters. It automatically opens roller shutters if smoke is detected. Before the situation worsens, the occupants can rapidly evacuate the home to reach safety.
REMOTELY CONTROL AND PROGRAM CONTROL SYSTEM SCENARIOS
YOUR CONNECTED SHUTTERS WITH TYDOM
The TYDOM 1.0 home automaton box and its application allow you to control your connected home with a single motion.With the products included in this solution, the Tydom application allows you to control you roller shutters wherever you are. If you are out, you can program or activate a scenario from your smartphone to open or close your shutters. You can use this to make it appear you are at home, as if someone was there turning the lights on and off.Based on your requirements and your budget, you can expand your Think Big Smart Home solution with different connected objects to control your heating, include an automatic lighting system, or even consider fitting an alarm.