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SOMFY Telis 4 RTS Pure Remote

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The Telis RTS is a convenient hand-held remote for use with any motorized product featuring Radio Technology Somfy®. It's available in a variety of channels.


1-5 Channel Versions
  • Each channel can control an individual motorized product or a group of motorized products which provides practical and flexible control options.


  • Use channel one for your motorized awning.
  • Use channel two for the motorized drapery in your living room.
  • Use channel three for the motorized shades in your dining room.
  • Use channel four for the motorized roman shades in the kitchen.
  • Use the fifth channel as a master to activate all of your motorized products.
Radio Technology Somfy
  • Compatible with all RTS powered systems, controls and accessories so you can mix and match options to maximize product performance.


Comfort & Convenience

  • Instantly create the ideal natural light environment without having to interrupt your activity with a simple button press.
  • RTS is omni-directional, so no need to aim the remote at the product being controlled.
  • Exclusive Somfy MY feature saves a favorite/preferred product position without having to fine tune it each time.


  • Radio Frequency : 433,42 MHz
  • Range in house : 65ft 
  • Color / Finish : White & Grey 
  • Protection Index : IP30
  • Power Supply: 3V 1 Unit Battery CR2430


  • Dimension: 0.8 x 5.3 x 1.6 inches
  • Weight: 0.8 ounces
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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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