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Automatic ventilation

Why not leave regular airing to VELUX INTEGRA® roof windows, which can be programmed to open and close at specific times of the day or on specific days or dates? Or the power-sustainable alternative: VELUX INTEGRA® solar-powered roof windows, which can even save you money on installation and electricity bills.
By combining the stack effect (through the layout of the windows) with programmed opening, you will get optimal ventilation.

Automatic ventilation:

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VELUX INTEGRA® electric and solar powered roof windows come complete with a built-in motor and a fully programmable remote control which uses secure radio frequency to operate individual or groups of roof windows from anywhere in the building.

Ideal use of automatic ventilation:

Optional use 1:
By pressing one button all your windows can be opened for night cooling.

Optional use 2:
Ventilation can be programmed to follow the rhythm of the house, even by leaving the flaps open when not at home.
Optional use 3:
Regardless of the programming features, it is always possible to operate the remote control manually at any time.

For more information about io-homecontrol®, see www.io-homecontrol.com.

You also have the option of adding the benefits of VELUX INTEGRA® Active, which automatically controls all your roller shutters, awnings or blinds in response to changes in the outdoor temperature and the weather. Combined with natural ventilation, this effectively reduces overheating.

Explore different types of automatic ventilation

Cooling ventilation
Natural ventilation and cooling is simple with VELUX INTEGRA® roof windows, roller shutters, awnings and blinds.

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Programmable timer ventilation
The wireless remote control with built-in timer allows you to program ventilation exactly when you need it.

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Roof window - out of reach
VELUX INTEGRA® ensures ventilation from roof windows placed out of reach.

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