10 Best Electric awning of 2020

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Electric awning guide

An electric awning protects on the terrace from sun, rain and prying eyes. It has the great advantage that it extends and retracts electrically, without a crank must be operated. But which types of awnings are there and what should be considered when installing? We give a helpful overview and introduce the most important details about electric awnings.

How an electric awning works

Even if the individual models are available in different versions, the basic principle of the awning is always the same. The assembly is always on the wall. A cassette awning protects in the retracted state both the rolled-up material and the required electrical reliably from moisture. In contrast, in the sleeve awning, only the cloth around the cloth shaft is protected by an aluminum sleeve, but the hinge arms are exposed under the sleeve. A cassette-free awning should therefore be mounted only in areas that are protected by a canopy from the weather, otherwise it has no long life.

If the awning is needed, it can be extended by means of an electric motor without effort. The frame ensures that the tarpaulin always stays in the right lane. Electric awnings are usually equipped with articulated arms. Here the awning fabric is pressed on the opposite sides when extending two or more arms so that the awning extends horizontally. Electric articulated arm awnings work with gas pressure or steel springs, which develop a tremendous power when deployed. Therefore, a very stable, professional wall mounting of articulated arm awnings is essential.

Which regulations apply to electric awnings?

For the installation of an awning, regulations are usually only to be observed if they are attached to the street in the house. Here, above all, the optical influence on the cityscape must be considered. There are also requirements on how far an awning may protrude into public space. The conditions and regulations applicable in your region can be obtained from the local building authority.

When wall mounting an electric awning, the CE standard DIN-EN 13561 must be observed. The marking of the awning according to this standard indicates to which wind load the product may be exposed. For which wind strength the awning is released, you can refer to the operating instructions. Of course, an awning must be mounted in such a way that it remains firmly attached to the wall in the extended state when the wind load is released for it. Anyone who does not properly install an awning, is liable for any damage that may result from this improper installation. So it pays to hire a specialist for the assembly.

The types of control

Electric awnings can be controlled in different ways. The simple version has a switch that you can install either indoors or outdoors and connect to a power outlet. When operated, the awning moves independently and can be retracted just as uncomplicated. The disadvantage of the switch is that you have to get up if you want to operate the awning.

If you want more comfort, you decide on a system remote Control, Here, a receiver box is connected to the awning, which also requires a power outlet. The remote control allows you to easily retract or extend the awning, even when you are in the deck chairrelax. If you do not always want to get up, you will certainly prefer this option.

Even more convenient is an electric awning with sun control. These awnings are equipped with a sensor that reacts depending on the weather. The awning automatically shuts off in the sun and prevents the terrace from heating up, even if you are not present at the moment. In the case of wind or rain, the awning is also pulled in automatically so that no damage occurs in the event of an approaching storm.

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