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  • Quantify Technology’s (QFY) blind controller hardware device has passed compliance and been issued certification
  • The blind controller is Quantify’s third device to receive global scheme certification alongside the dimmer and smart powerpoint
  • While the device isn’t available yet, having it available to the market will assist the company in its aim to maximise sales both domestically and internationally
  • Quantify has ended the day 11.1 per cent in the red with shares trading for 0.4 cents apiece

Quantify Technology’s (QFY) blind controller hardware device has passed compliance and been issued certification.

This builds on previous announcements which stated Quantify’s dimmer and GPO devices had received CB Scheme Certification following the success in passing global safety certification testing.

The certification for the blind controller means the product is now available for sale as an additional smart home product in Quantify’s range, alongside the qDimmer and qPower.

The qDimmer enables lights to be dimmed remotely while the qPower powerpoint monitors energy consumption and is easily controllable.

The blind controller, also known as the qBlind, is Quantify’s smart connected blind control device which has the capabilities to automate and control blinds in the home.

It boasts the likes of an integrated design, independent channel control, wi-fi, remote and app control, and is upgradeable.

While it isn’t available to the market as of yet having the qBlind available to the market will assist Quantify in its aim to maximise sales both domestically and internationally.

“As we roll out, we face new demands for products and product variations,” CEO Brett Savill commented.

“The qBlind provides an important new area for us to add value to customer’s homes. This global safety standards certification is therefore another step forward in our commercialisation,” he added.

Quantify has ended the day 11.1 per cent in the red with shares trading for 0.4 cents apiece in a $5.968 million market cap.

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