The MorningRope
The MorningRope
The MorningRope
The MorningRope
The MorningRope
The MorningRope
The MorningRope
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The MorningRope

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The MorningRope is a smart curtain opener that retrofits onto your existing curtain rod to make it smart and easy to open remotely. 

Local  Control

In addition to using the buttons on the device, there are three wireless methods of controlling this device. 

1) Home Assistant. For HA setup instructions, go here.

2) Local HTTP. You can connect it to your home WiFi and send open/close commands via HTTP requests.

3) Browser-based. Open up the browser on your phone, go to the IP address of the device, and sent commands to control it.

 

Limitations

The S1 works on existing single curtain rods. You will need "Back Tab" curtains to make it work. Grommet and other styles are not supported by this at the moment due to their high friction. When metal grommets get pulled across a metal curtain rod, they create too much friction to reliably open and close.  

This curtain as well as this are a couple of affordable curtain examples from Amazon that will work well.

Curtain rods up to 140" are supported if using back tab curtains. 


What To Purchase

This kit includes everything you need to build this. This is no need to purchase additional hardware.

You may optionally 3D print your own parts. Everything is on one platter and takes about 12 hours to print.

 


At the heart of the device is our custom-made PCB. 

How it works

This is a diagram of how the string works and how it moves the curtain

 

Motor Mechanism

This will help you visualize the way the motor pulls the string