Blind Motor-radio, 12 lb lift, P Series

12 volt DC, 12 lb lift (5.5 Kg) when using 1.5" O.D. tube. You can use our radio motors (and window/skylight openers) with Z-Wave or our RF/IR Hub (see article), or use our hand held and wall mount remotes.

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12 volt tubular motor: 12 lb lift (5.5 Kg) when using 1.5" O.D. tube. Programming instructions for remote control blind motors are here.

  • See our article series about how easy it is to use our BroadLink phone app as a home automation controller.
  • You can use any of our built-in radio motors with Z-Wave when you couple it with our Z-Wave Group Controller.
  • BLACK STRIPE is positive
  • control type: built-in radio controller, can use our multi-channel remotes and optional ZWAVE interface kit for Vera, Wink, SmartThings and any other ZWAVE home automation systems
  • includes motor, tube adapters (1 3/8" - 35mm) I.D. and hanging brackets
  • control type: built-in radio controller, can use our multi-channelchannel remotes
  • lift capacity with standard adapters: 12 lb (5.5 Kg) with 1.5" O.D. tube
  • torque: 1.5 Nm
  • speed: 32 rpm
  • nominal voltage: 12 v DC (safe for children and adults)
  • minimum voltage: 9.5 v DC
  • standby current: 60 uA (micro-amps)
  • max turns in one direction: unlimited
  • upper/lower limits: 'learning type', set by remote control positioning
  • current consumption: 850 mA (1200 mA at stall)
  • noise level: 39db
  • net weight: 272 g
  • accepts industry standard 1.5" OD tubing: YES (1/16" wall, 1 3/8" ID)
  • Compatible with Rollease: yes
  • minimum tube length: 14" (~356 mm)
  • maximum tube length: unlimited
  • tested life: 30,000+ cycles

PLEASE NOTE: Whether it is blind motors or window/skylight openers, you do not need to be concerned with high voltage shocks because these units are operated on a low voltage of 12v DC (no shock hazard), using an AC/DC power supply (or 12v DC battery). It is good practice to connect your AC line as close to the 12v DC motor as possible, and to keep the DC line as short as possible, using at least lamp cord (16 gauge) wire for the 12v DC line. You can also use your car battery to test them.



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