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SOMFY Li-ion Rechargeable Battery Pack (MPN #9021217)

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$59.00

DESCRIPTION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Eliminating the need to replace standard batteries makes this new innovative technology an economical and environmentally friendly choice. The new Lithium-ion Rechargeable Battery Pack is designed for use with all Somfy wire-free external battery-operated motors. 

  • Discreet design allows for placement in smaller window openings
  • More power for increased battery life
  • Can be used with pre-existing and new installations
  • Window covering can be operated while charging battery
  • Wall/ceiling and headrail mounting options (included)
  • Compatible with all Wire-Free external battery motors
  • Connection direct to charger (#9025166)
  • Optional extension cables for charger (8u201D # 9021131 or 94.5u201D #9021016)
  • Solar charging capable* 

SOMFY RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM-ION EXTERNAL BATTERY PACK SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery 2600mAh 
  • Output Voltage 12 Volts DC 
  • Designed for use with Somfy Wire-Free Motors R28, Tilt 50, CL32 Etc. 
  • Compatible with Rollease DCRF motors 
  • Directly Compatible with long connector used on newer motors 
  • Optionally compatible with small connector used on legacy motors (LT30, CT32, Tilt) * 
  • Replaces old disposable and reloadable battery wands 
  • Dimensions: 9.8125" x 1" x 0.9" 
  • Weight: 0.75lb 
  • Includes: Battery Pack, 2 Sets of Mounting Clips, Hardware 
  • Somfy Part # 9021217

 

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To get started, first choose the window covering you are interested in. When measuring to fit blinds or shades to your windows, it is important to remember a few key things. Decide if you want an inside mount or an outside mount before you begin the measuring process. A steel measuring tape is much more accurate than cloth measuring tape. Always measure to the nearest 1/8 inch. Don't round to a half or whole inch. Be careful about transposing measurements. Be sure to always have width and height clearly marked. And remember: always put your width measurement first, and height last (W x H). Then read our Measuring Guide.

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