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Delta Co Breez VFB25AEH Exhaust Fan


Delta Co Breez VFB25AEH Exhaust Fan

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Delta Co Breez VFB25 H Exhaust Fan

Go green with the new Breez Ventilation Systems from Delta Co - the world's largest supply of DC brushless fans. The highly efficient DC brushless motor is part of the fan's innovative design, which consumes up to 65% less power and operates more quietly than other leading brands.

Delta Co Breez VFB25 H Exhaust Fan Features:
• Blue and amber LED indicator lights to show humidity sensor and full speed modes.
• EnergyStar certified with DC motor technology
• DC motor allows fan to operate in full speed mode or humidity control mode by cycling ON/OFF switch
• Noise level is a quiet 1.3 sones
• Best price/peformance bathroom fan on the market
• Detachable 4" diameter duct connector
• Lightweight design for easy installation and lower vibration
• Impeller includes 67 fins to reduce noise output
• Soft start control reduces current impulse and start-up noise
• Consumes only 19.1 watts
• Ceiling mount only
• Annual energy cost for 24/7 operation is approximately $18.29
• Self adjusting motor to humidity levels
• Blue and amber LED indicator lights to show humidity sensor mode and full speed mode

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1/5 StarsRuns constantly | The humidity sensor is set at 40% relative humidity which seems way too low. Mine runs constantly 24/7. Check your weather before you buy. The majority of the US is greater than 40% RH year round. Unless you live in the high desert, or run your A/C year round, this fan is going to severely hurt your heating bill.

The mounting bracket is designed to be installed in bare framing, with no drywall. If you want to install in existing drywall, or simply replace an existing fan, you're either going to have to cut out a huge hole, then patch the drywall, or cut the metal mounting bracket slots. Because I chose the latter, I'm stuck with this thing.
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