Kubu granted patent for clip-in sensor tech

Kubu has announced the granting of another patent – this time for its smart window sensors.

The patent specifically covers the method that Kubu has developed to allow window sensors to be clipped onto a mounting bracket within the air gap of a window frame, providing an easy to use and concealed fitment.

This new patent joins Kubu’s growing portfolio of intellectual property, including the previously patented mechanism that allows a sensor to be integrated within a multi-point door lock, through the use of micro-switches on the gearbox and a custom sensor housing, accessed through a slot in the faceplate of the lock.

“Kubu’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of smart security technology is evident in our continuous pursuit of patents that protect and validate our innovations,” said Ryan Bromley, co-founder of Kubu.

“This latest patent not only reinforces our position at the forefront of the fenestration industry but also sends a clear message about the authenticity and originality of our products.”

The announcement comes at a time when the market is seeing an increase in fenestration products that are designed to work with smart technology.

Marc Henson, head of marketing at Kubu, added: “Our team has worked tirelessly to develop technologies that truly make a difference. This patent is a testament to our dedication and another fantastic addition to our already extensive intellectual property portfolio.”