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Pella's Insynctive Smart Home Technology

Pella's smart home technology gives homeowners the control of their doors, windows, shades and blinds in real time, no matter where they are. With instant access via your computer, smartphone or tablet, you can enhance the security and convenience of your home using the Insynctive line of devices from Pella.

The remote control that comes with Pella's Insynctive system can be used to shut/open the blinds or shades when a certain level of home insulation is needed.


The entry door deadbolt sensor relays the status of your door, whether it is opened or closed, and sends it you through the Bridge or your existing home automation system.


The Bridge is the middle device between the sensors and indicators. It can be integrated with your current home automation system if it's compatible.


The garage door sensor wirelessly and effortlessly lets you know whether your garage door is opened or closed. It settles on top of both garage door types, tilting and lifting. 



The window and door sensor transfers the command signal you sent to the Bridge or the Insynctive status indicator. These sensors also disclose the status of your windows and doors and send this information to your device.


The status indicator can be taken anywhere within your home, placed on a tabletop, or shelf. With one look you'll know whether your doors, windows, and garage are opened or closed.



The Advantages of Pella's Insynctive Technology

  • Improves the security of your home by deterring intruders when they see a blind shut, even when you're on the go.
  • Can be integrated into your current home automation system if it's compatible.
  • Home insulation wireless control.
  • Peace of mind. 

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