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Solar Powered Exhaust Fans Roof Mounted

Roof Fan 20 watt

Solar Powered Exhaust Fans Install Easily



Solar Powered Exhaust Fans Install Easily
NO WIRING NEEDED!

• Reduces cooling load on AC units

• Operates on free solar energy

• Adjustable solar panel

• Three models available to fit all roof types

• Powder coated aircraft grade aluminum

• Best warranty in the industry



Solar Powered Exhaust Fans - The environmentally sensible solution that can protect your home and save you money!

Solar Powered Exhaust Fan Roof Mounted Assembly Solar Powered Exhaust Fans Save Energy
Solar Exhaust fan

The Solar Powered Exhaust Fans Installation is as easy as 1-2-3
Quality Solar Exhaust Fans are east to install. The unit is shipped fully operational right from the box. No electrical wiring, no expensive electrician or permits are needed. Detailed installation instructions are provided with each unit.

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Roof Mounted Solar Powered Attic Fan Installation Manual

A roof mounted solar powered attic fan will help reduce energy cost for cooling a home.
For more information, here is the detailed Roof Mounted Solar Powered Attic Fan [PDF]

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CUT OPENING ON ROOF
SLIDE UNIT UNDER SHINGLES
ADJUST SOLAR PANEL

Roof Mounted Solar Powered Exhaust Fans Installation Instructions




Roof Fan 10 watt Roof Fan 20 watt Gable Fan 10 watt Gable Fan 20 watt
VENTING CAPACITY
Roof Mount
10 Watt
1200 sq. ft.
VENTING CAPACITY
Roof Mount
20 Watt
1800 sq. ft.
VENTING CAPACITY
Curb Mount
20 Watt
1800 sq. ft.
Optional Control
Thermal Switch
All Units
OPERATING CFMs
up to 850 CFMs
OPERATING CFMs
up to 1200 CFMs
OPERATING CFMs
up to 1200 CFMs
Temp Range
70 to 80 degrees


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Solar Powered Exhaust Fan Thermal Snap Switch Installation Manual

The thermal snap switch is designed to turn on the solar powered attic fan when the temperature in the attic reaches approximately 80˚ F. It will turn off the motor when the temperature in the attic reaches 70˚ F.
Here is more detailed information about the Solar Attic Fan Thermal Switch [PDF]

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snap switch


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Solar Powered Exhaust Fans - Specifications
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