This video was shot after installing for a client that was not present. They ordered the Hunter Douglas Silhouette Shades with PowerView and used the Surface Mount Remote Control to operate them.
Here is the transcript from the YouTube Channel:
This HowTo video is designed to show how to use a surface mount or handheld remote control to function your Hunter Douglas Silhouette Shades with PowerView motorization. The remote control has 6 channels and each channel can have many shades assigned to it. A simple press of a button selects the channel and then you need to give the remote control directional controls a press. The Open button completely opens the shade to the top of the window and the Close button completely covers the window with the shade. The Tip Up arrow is the button that allows for the iconic Silhouette view-through position and the Tip Down arrow closes the shade to the completely closed position, which is the same as pressing the Close button.
When you have multiple shades, especially when they are difficult to reach, motorized window coverings are often the best solution. They are very convenient and efficient. All of these shades use 12 standard Energizer AA batteries, and the expected life of the batteries is 1-2 years before replacement will be required. To change batteries, simply reach up behind the shade and gently pull the battery wand out of the clips, disconnect the wired plug that leads to the motor and replace the batteries. Then reverse the process to reattach the batteries to the shade. Happy motoring!
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