Author Topic: Adding Hunter Douglas shade control  (Read 14657 times)

Offline mikemark

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Re: Adding Hunter Douglas shade control
« Reply #15 on: December 21, 2010, 06:03:50 pm »
Photo attached as requested. Doesn't show much except that nothing shows and that it's a drop dead gorgeous home. You are looking at South facing windows with the shades on the lower row. The floor is tile with hydronic in-floor heat.

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Re: Adding Hunter Douglas shade control
« Reply #16 on: April 15, 2018, 09:04:38 am »
I know this is an old form but I have a question and hope someone can help.

I have 3 older Hunter Douglas powerrise shades I replaced the battery tube with the power adapter taht plugs in the wall. I was able to get the blindea up but now they won't come back down, I unplugged the motors and applied power and the motors work so I know they are good I 7sed a meeter and tested the limit switch and it seems to be working so now I'm down to the satellite relay and I have no idea how to test that it has a button and I have pressed it and tried to test each of the four wires but I got nothing. I would find it very odd that all three of them just died at the same time so I'm thinking maybe the power adapter may have blown them I don't know so I wonder if anyone has the wireing diagram for them or have an idea how to test them. Has anyone converted them to use a zwave really which would be nice since I have the DC motors and they work maybe there is a zwave relay that has multi direction support so I can open and close the shades. Thanks Jim...

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