No Remote 12v Window Opener for Sliders (40 lb lift, CUSTOM STROKE)

This threaded screw actuator (40 lb force/18 kg) can be used to open/close sliding windows (vertical or horizontal, single hung/double hung). These units are custom made to travel to the required stroke you specify (can be ADA compliant). This unit is available as mirrored openers (each side) for very stiff vertical sliders.

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$US 299.00 tax excl.


You've seen how handy our window blind and shade systems are, now you can use the same safe, low voltage technology to open and close your sliding windows, or anything else you want to move. This unit is tested to 40+ lbs of force (18 kg).

You can order a specific stroke, up to 30 inches of travel.

Overall housing length = stroke + 10.5 inches (267mm). Please contact us to specify length and place an order, or ask any questions.

It is easy to adapt this unit to most types of sliding windows because it does not need to rotate. This unit is also available as mirrored openers (each side) for very stiff vertical sliders.

The opening/closing force before obstruction is sensed is approximately 40+ lbs (18 kg), current consumption is ~1.5 A. These units have been stress tested to over 3,000 openings.

For more information, please see this article:

motorized horizontal and vertical slider

PLEASE NOTE: Motorized openers can be dangerous to children and adults as they normally have a considerable amount of force that is used to draw a window closed and provide security. There is more than enough force to crush fingers of small children and/or cause injury to adults, pets, or other animals.

Care should be exercised when these units are installed where adults or children could get fingers caught in a closing window - serious injury could result.

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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