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Delta Breez Signature 130 CFM Exhaust Fan with Humidity Sensor

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130 CFM
  • Noise level of 1.3 sones
  • Precision engineered with DC brushless motor for extended reliability
  • Easily switch in and out of humidity sensing mode by toggling wall switch
  • ENERGY STAR qualified for efficient cost-saving operation
  • Precision engineered with DC brushless motor for extended reliability, this fan will outlast many household appliances
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Size: 130 CFM
Technical Details
Part Number VFB25AEH
Item Weight9.8 pounds
Product Dimensions9.7 x 9.7 x 8 inches
Item model numberVFB25AEH
Size130 CFM
ColorWhite
FinishWhite Or Cream
Item Package Quantity1
CertificationENERGY STAR qualified. HVI certified
Warranty Description3 Year Limited Warranty
  
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ASINB003O0MNHG
Best Sellers Rank #91,258 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableNovember 24, 2009
  
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Product Description

Size: 130 CFM

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Built to make controlling bathroom humidity effortless, the Delta Electronics VFB25AEH Breez 130 CFM Humidity Sensor Exhaust Fan is quiet, efficient, and rated for continuous use. Its low-noise, ceiling-mount design is unobtrusive, and with its Energy Star-certification, the Breez Humidity Sensor Fan is easy on your energy bill and the environment. This ventilation fan conforms to UL and cUL safety standards.

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130 CFM Humidity Sensor Exhaust Fan
At a Glance:

  • Ceiling-mount design rated for continuous operation

  • Cycling switch offers full-power and humidity-sensor modes

  • In humidity-sensor mode, automatically switches on when humidity is above 60 percent

  • Energy Star-certified

  • Noise level of less than 1.3 sones

  • DC brushless motor with soft start for long life

  • UL, cUL, and HVI certified

  • Backed by a limited three-year warranty
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Delta Electronics VFB25AEH Breez 130 CFM Humidity Sensor Exhaust Fan
Galvanized steel construction provides durability. View larger.
Delta Electronics VFB25AEH Breez 130 CFM Humidity Sensor Exhaust Fan
DC brushless motor with built-in soft-start function is designed to increase product life. View larger.
Smart Humidity Control Protects Your Home
The Delta Electronics VFB25AEH Breez 130 CFM Humidity Sensor Exhaust Fan can be set to operate in either of two modes--humidity sensor or full speed. A pair of blue and amber LED lights indicate which mode is active. In humidity-sensor mode, the unit's motor automatically adjusts fan speed based on humidity levels--you never have to manually turn the fan on before a shower or remember to turn it off after one. This mode keeps towels and curtains from staying damp, prevents damaging mold, and keeps your home comfortable.

The fan's default settings include a 60 percent humidity threshold. The fan will start when the humidity level reaches 60 percent, and will remain on as long as the humidity remains above the threshold. And it will turn off automatically after the humidity level comes back down to less than 60 percent.

Quiet, Energy Star-Certified Fan for Cost-Effective Ventilation
Ideal for bathroom spaces, the ceiling-mount Breez exhaust fan delivers an air flow rate of 130 CFM for improved indoor air quality--which offers the potential of improved comfort and health for your family in the home. In addition, it operates at a noise level of less than 1.3 sones, so the fan is impressively quiet.

The Breez's smart design is Energy Star-certified, so you are assured it's a good choice for keeping your utility bills manageable and running a green household. Its 19.1-watt power-consumption rating translates to an impressive efficiency rating of approximately 7.07 CFM per watt at 0.1-inch of static pressure.

DC Motor Technology Ensures Consistent Performance
One innovation that allows the Breez to be so efficient is a switching power supply that converts your home's standard AC 110~220-volt power source to DC power, which allows the fan to utilize an efficient DC motor.

This DC, brushless motor is engineered to run continuously and offers a life expectancy of 70,000 hours--about eight years of nonstop ventilation. The Breez's DC motor includes a built-in soft-start function to increase the lifespan of its bearings, and it's designed to automatically power off the fan if the impeller ever locks abnormally. In addition, the motor and blower assembly is equipped with a thermal cutoff fuse for added safety.

Durable, Easy-to-Install Body with a Clean Look
The Breez's body features galvanized steel construction for durability. It also has a detachable 4-inch duct adapter and a built-in back-draft damper.

Also, the face of the fan unit is a sleek, unobtrusive grille that blends in seamlessly with any decor--whether you're installing the exhaust fan to update an existing bath, or placing it in a newly constructed home. And the grille is constructed with sturdy ABS material. It attaches securely and directly to the housing with torsion springs, and the entire unit is built for easy installation.

UL and HVI Certified for Safety and Reliability
Built for use with ducts that measure at least 4 inches in diameter, the Breez has been evaluated by the Underwriter Laboratories and conforms to both UL and cUL safety standards. It is also UL and cUL listed for use in a tub or shower enclosure when used with GFCI branch-circuit wiring. And it's HVI (Home Ventilation Institute) certified.

The Delta Electronics VFB25AEH Breez 130 CFM Humidity Sensor Exhaust Fan is backed by a limited three-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Delta Electronics VFB25AEH Breez 130 CFM Humidity Sensor Exhaust Fan body, grille, installation hardware, and instructions.


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80 CFM 110 CFM 80 CFM 110 CFM 130 CFM 80/110 CFM
Noise Level
Less than 0.3 sones Less than 1.1 sones Less than 0.3 sones Less than 1.1 sones Less than 1.3 sones Less than 0.5 sones
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From the Manufacturer

Innovative design for long life, low noise and low power consumption, the Delta Breez Signature VFB25AEH has an air flow of 130 CFM and loudness rating of 1.3 sones. This quiet energy efficient exhaust fan features humidity sensing functionality. Power consumption of 19.1 Watts with an efficiency rating of 7.1 CFM per Watt. ENERGY STAR qualifed and HVI certified.

Customer Reviews

The fan works great easy installation andf it operates very quietly.
woody stokes
The fan is really quiet and can only really be heard when it is running at full speed like during a shower or shortly after a shower.
M. Janssen
The humidity control feature works well and if you need it to run full blast it's just a flick of the switch.
Tim Collins

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Mike S. on January 26, 2011
Size Name: 110 CFM Verified Purchase
I searched and researched many humidity sensing fans as it eliminates the forgetfulness of either not turning the fan on, or not leaving it on long enough to remove the moisture. This unit has great sone rating, had a variable DC motor - a lot of features that the extremely expensive units offered but for the best cost. Shipping was great, began my install and upon completing it, I was excited to take my first shower to see how it does. I liked how the install could be done on one switch. Turn it on and the LED is blue for humidity sensing mode. Flip the switch off then back on and it is in full power, orange LED. Back off for a second and back on to get back to humidity sensing. I also like the subtle blue glow from the LED at night with no lights on. Almost like a night light feature.

Heres the bad - after showering and leaving the room for some time, I came back to find the fan still running at low speed. I left it overnight and realized after a full day or more the fan never shut off. I then verified with a digital humidity meter that the humidity was 35-37%. I figured that could be the discrepancy between the two sensors. A day later I turned off my whole house humidifier, we had very low temperatures near zero and the entire house dropped into the 20% RH range. I placed my digital meter on top of the vanity within a foot of the fan - reading 23% for an entire day and the fan was still running. The 40% humidity set point as documented was not right, and even at 40% it is too low. They say for comfort the average home should be anywhere from 30-50% humidity?? Why set a fan at 40?, let alone 20 something although it didnt even go off for that so maybe it is et at 10%, 0%? Who knows. It doesn;t work and is sucking out my heat 24/7 in "Humidity Mode".
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Sugishop on December 15, 2010
Size Name: 130 CFM Verified Purchase
I installed this bathroom fan in an afternoon. The instructions were adequate, but I had to figure out for myself that the humidity sensor was not pre-installed and I had to do it myself after noticing there was no light. Also, there is no clamp connector where the wires come out of the unit. If you're installing this yourself you're going to want to use one (3/4" IIRC). This fan has two settings; humidity sensing and full power. We usually leave it on humidity sensing and it does a good job of getting rid of all the moisture (no more steamy bathroom mirrors). At it's lowest RPM the fan is VERY QUIET. As the humidity increases so does the fan speed, but even when it maxes out, it's easy to carry on a normal conversation and the noise the fan makes is not intrusive. The full power mode seems to be faster than the highest "humidity mode". It's louder still but tolerable. We've been using this fan for about a month and have no complaints.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By T. Jones on January 18, 2013
Size Name: 130 CFM Verified Purchase
I was very excited when the fans arrived. They were well packed, looked like a good design. The fan body spun smoothly, and the fan shroud inside the body was smooth and had nice radiused edges. I was tempted to climb in the attic and install right away... Then the engineer in me decided to read the installation instructions. The installation instructions had a large WARNING section that had a list of things not to do. Most were expected, such as using gfci if installed over a tub/shower. However 2 items stood out :

#7 - Do not install this ventilating fan where air temp may exceed 40C (104F)
#13 - Not to be installed in a ceiling thermally insulated to a value greater than R40

So I called the manufacturer. Got a recording, but the nice lady on the recording did return my call the next day and I talked to a live person...

I live in NC, where last summer we had a week of 107F temps, which means that my attic temp was probably greater than 140F. The customer service rep confirmed that the 104F temp in the manual was attic temp and not house temp. It is very easy for your attic to exceed 104F. The customer service rep said that they had tested to temps much higher than 104F. However as a responsible homeowner, I must go by what the product literature clearly says is a fire hazard.

Next, It says don't install if insulation is greater than R40. The government recommendations for energy efficiency in my area is to insulate the attic to a level of R49. Adding insulation to the attic is one of the best things you can do to lower heating/cooling bills. So I've already done this.

Those are just the fire hazard issues.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sticky on September 2, 2012
Size Name: 80 CFM Verified Purchase
This is one impressive fan. It puts out plenty of air volume and is quiet even when on full blast. It's not so quiet that you don't know its on, but the sound you hear is the air movement and not the motor. I like the dual mode switch via on/off switch. The blue mode (automatic based on humidity) works well, but you can still turn the switch on/off to get to yellow mode (full on) and back.

My one complaint echoes others- the instructions need to be a little more descriptive at step 4, installation. My major mistake was the assumption you should cut the hole in the ceiling then push the fan up from below so the bottom flange is visible from the bathroom - nope! You cut the hole then go up to the attic and place the fan on top of the drywall. If you insert from below, you'll never have enough room to extend the support brackets, which have to be inserted into the fan before insertion into the hole, which is too small to accomodate the brackets (chicken and the egg). Had I realized the fan was meant to sit on top of the drywall, I wouldn't have wasted 2 hours, nor needed a second person to hold the fan from below while I figured out the install. The only problem to the fan sitting on top of the drywall is its possible to suck air (and attic insulation) under the fan flange - You didn't buy this thing to evacuate the attic. To remedy, I would cut the hole, put the fan on top, extend the brackets and lock with screws in position, then put duct tape on all 4 sides/flanges to seal any gaps between the fan and drywall.

I hope this saves someone else a late night...
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