Smart Home Gateway

TaHoma uses a centralized hub and user interface to control motorized window shades and devices. By integrating with third-party products, TaHoma provides users with more options and flexibility while ensuring that all products and services work together. Shades can be operated with a remote control, smartphone app or voice commands through Amazon Alexa, IFTTT, Phillips Hue, Josh.ai, Brilliant, and Google Assistant. Program scenes and schedules to open and close motorized shades while at home or away with an intuitive app.

Product Specs

  • Control for up to 40 RTS channels per TaHoma from iOS and Android devices.
  • Direct wired connection to your internet network via the optional Ethernet Adaptor.
  • Join up to 10 TaHoma interfaces together (RTS only) for multi-zone control.
  • Maximum 40 scenes and maximum 40 schedules.
  • Automate connected devices with scenes and schedules.
  • With the TaHoma North America app, you can remotely activate both Zigbee and RTS products.
  • Supports UP/DOWN/MY/STOP commands for motorized shades/blinds.
  • Control4 Certified.
  • Multiple users.
  • Integration with third-party systems over IP.
  • Compatible with Somfy Synergy API.
  • Compatible device systems: Amazon Alexa, IFTTT, Phillips Hue, Josh.ai, Brilliant, and Google Assistant.

ANSI/WCMA A100.1 Compliance

If clutch-operated roller shades are installed in an environment where it's possible that young children will be present, they should comply with ANSI/WCMA A100.1, the Standard for Safety of Window Coverings.

If the shades that you purchase need to comply with this standard, it is your responsibility to inform Draper and opt-in to receive compliant products at time of order.

Compliant window shades will include:

  • Pre-installed spring-loaded chain tension device with bead chain threaded through it
  • Approved permanent warning label attached
  • Approved mechanical fasteners for the tension device included

If the tension device is not installed properly, or becomes unattached from the mounting surface, the shade will be rendered partially inoperable. If installed properly, the tension device will prevent the creation of a hazardous loop and will maintain tension on the bead chain. The tension device and label require tools to be removed.


The testing required by the WCMA for products to comply with safety standard A100.1 includes:

  • UV stability testing - AATCC Test Method 16 for UV Stability
  • Impact testing - ASTM D5420
  • Bead chain durability testing
  • Operation cycle testing - 3,000 cycles per the standard

Our spring loaded tension device passed the requirements of these tests.

WCMA compliant hangtag warning label

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