Plants need acclimation when they are moved from indoors to the out of doors in the sun as well as acclimation from out of doors back into the indoor environment.
Christmas trees sold live for example. Usually Balled and Burlapped put in a pot with soil over the burlapped root ball to sell. That root ball is also not very moist and if one tries to water a B&B Christmas tree plunked in a pot the water goes around not into the root ball.
People drag a newly purchased live Christmas tree into a very dry living room, a warm living room when they were used to cold nights and worse...when Christmas is over they drag it out of doors and 8 out of 10 live Christmas trees die. That is some unofficial data but in my experience, lots of live Christmas trees die because of non acclimation. Too little moisture for a living tree in a warm, dry environment.
Do you have a covered porch out of doors? That is where I would put those plants. A covered porch is a great transition zone. I pull all of my indoor plants out onto a covered patio/porch where there is no direct sun and there is no acclimation necessary. No acclimation necessary going back indoors for the winter either.
Your plants used to the sun should be okay if you took them indoors and watered less than what they were watered in the sun out of doors. They will be okay in full sun through the skylight or kitchen window. But your plants will be very stressed needlessly.
This is all about the thickness of epidermis of the leaves. Thin is necessary for indoor plants and thick is necessary for out of doors in the full sun.
How big are your pots, btw? What soil medium have you used? Fertilizer?
Better would be on the patio under a cover using the same amount of water. Indoors there is no breeze to increase transpiration. Indoors has very dry air. Bringing them indoors for 10 days is iffy. They might make it. I have a hard time imagining your watering system not being able to keep up. Guess I'll go look up Blumat watering stuff. How often do you have to add extra water to these plants on this Blumat system?
I am thinking the best place for your plants is right where they are. Moving plants to a new environment is sometimes worse than too little or too much water during a 10 day period.
Send us pictures of your plants, pots, what type of soil did you use in these pots, anything at all. Do you have someone who could check up on your plants out of doors? Changing the environment is tougher on plants than changes of other elements.