Operating your surface-mounted roller shutters
You can roll your Harol surface-mounted roller shutter in and out in two ways: manually with a laying hook or with an electric motor. You can also choose a system that runs on solar energy.
5 different operating methods for ordinary surface-mounted roller shutters
For the VR130 or VR200 surface-mounted roller shutter you can choose from:
If you choose electric operation, a combination with a time switch is also possible to fully automate the process so it looks like you are home even when you are on holiday.
Solar roller shutter based on solar energy
The Harol Solar roller shutter works entirely independently on solar energy. This means that you can even install the roller shutter in a location where there is no electricity supply such as against the façade or your garden house.
The transmitter-controlled motor makes the roller shutter flexible. The battery can easily be fitted in the shutter box or behind the guide rail and operates within a temperature range from -20 °C to +70 °C. The wireless functions of the motor offer you even more convenience.