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Hyperion Solar-Adaptive Shading

sivoia-qs-wireless-office.jpgHyperion is an automated shading system that adjusts Sivoia® QS shades throughout the day based on the sun’s position. The shades reduce glare and solar heat gain in the space, creating a comfortable and productive work or learning environment. Hyperion maximizes the amount of available daylight entering a space, enhancing the energy saving potential of daylight harvesting lighting systems and can also reduce energy costs associated with HVAC systems. 

Hyperion is quick and easy to set up.  It bases your building's shading needs primarily on geographical position, facade orientation and window dimensions.  Hyperion is a key component of the Quantum® total light management system, which is compatable with BACnet technology for simplified integration with building management systems.

Hyperion utilizes shade schedules to maximize the amount of available daylight entering a space, enhancing the energy saving potential of daylight harvesting lighting systems. Hyperion can also lower the load on a building’s HVAC system to further reduce energy consumption.

The shading system can be tuned to meet the changing needs of any space without rewiring via user-friendly Q-Admin™ software. Shading groups can be easily modified by facilities, reducing maintenance time and costs.

hyperion-office.jpgMaximize your building's daylight harvesting potential with ultra-quiet, automated window treatments. Sivoia QS roller shades offer several sizes to accommodate any space. Hyperion solar adaptive shading exclusively uses Sivoia QS roller shades.

Hyperion can be overridden at any time to suit personal preferences. This personal control is a key component of this system because individuals with different preferences can easily be accommodated.

lutron-green.jpgThe system’s simplified set-up lowers installation costs and its minimal long-term maintenance requirements save a significant amount of time and money over the life of the building.