AC (Alternating Current)
An electric current that reverses direction in a circuit at regular intervals. Stands for “Alternating Current”.
The child safety standard. Stands for American National Safety Institute/ Window Covering Association of America.
A computerized system that sets automatic functionality of the system components, such as shades and lighting.
The portion of a shade that is made up of a fabric and chosen hem bar.
A plain weave with two or more yarns woven together in a checkered pattern (over/ under) resembling that of a woven basket.
A stiffener that is used to give more structural stability to the fabric of a shade.
A small chain attachment that prevents the chain from passing further through the clutch, and thereby stopping the shade at the set position (upper or lower limit).
An opaque fabric that completely stops light from passing through it.
“Bottom Closure” or just “Closure” is small flap that is used to cover the bottom of a shade in an aluminum pocket or with closure mount.
A shade that is mounted at the bottom of the window, and when unrolled, will travel from the bottom of the window to the top.
A fringe of bristles at the edge of a channel or bottom of a hembar which assists with preventing light leakage.
(A) A bound or sheathed group of mutually insulated electrical wires (B) a thin metal rope.