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Rand 30 W Solar Battery Powered Attic Fan- Roof Top-Runs at Night!!- 30 Watt
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- This high quality Rand Solar Attic Fan will cut your cooling costs dramatically! Always runs on free solar power.
- Now Includes Lithium Battery So Fan Will Run After the Sun Goes Down!! Also includes built-in Thermostat.
- Includes 20 Year Parts Warranty. No wiring to perform. Unit is self-contained. Just mount it to the roof and it works automatically.
- Cools up to 3000 square feet of attic space with its 1900 CFM capacity.
- High Efficiency long life brushless motor starts up even in lower light and overcast conditions.
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This innovative Rand Solar Attic Fan has a built-in Lithium Battery pack that allows the fan to continue to run even after sunset.
This fan will run when the temperature in the attic is above 86 degrees, and there is sunlight on the panel or charge left in the battery.
The features of this Rand Solar Attic Fan are as follows:
•Always runs on free solar power.
•Drastically cuts your cooling bill. Pays for itself in a VERY short time, all while being good for the environment.
•High quality and high efficiency Polycrystaline Silicon Solar Panel.
•Includes Lithium battery so after sunset, the fan will continue to run off the built-in lithium battery to dissipate any residual heat left in your attic space if the attic is hot.
•When fan switch is set to "On", the built-in thermostat will run the fan when the there is sunlight on the panel or the battery is charged, AND the temperature is above 86F.
•Heavy-duty powder-coated steel construction will hold up to just about anything mother nature could throw at it.
•Cools up to 3000 square feet of attic space with its 1900 CFM capacity.
•High Efficiency long life brushless motor starts in lower light and overcast conditions.
•Whisper quiet operation. You won't even know its running.
•Easy roof-top installation will work with almost any roof.
•Great for Homes, barns, garages, workshops, etc.
•No wiring to perform. Unit is self-contained. Just mount it to the roof and it works automatically.
•Entry screen keeps birds, bugs etc. out of your attic.
•Approximate overall dimensions are: 24" L X 24" W X 9" H
•Approximate dimensions of just the ventilator that sits above the roof line are: 19-1/4" L X 19-1/4" W X 9" H
•Hole diameter that needs to be cut for installation is approximately 17".
•Fan blade diameter is 11-3/4".
•Includes 20 year parts warranty.
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So, like others this one came with it's fan very off center, it is an aluminium fan, btw (no longer plastic as others mentioned), I was able to move it around by pushing (glove your hand) and it was less off center, but still would hit 2 of the retaining screws. I used a hacksaw to hack off the ends of the screws that it was hitting, so then the fan could move.
It doesn't move near the air the 12 W one does, but it does move air. What I do like, and why this is getting 3 stars instead of 1 or 2 or just returning it, the battery does work well, and it will keep pulling air out of your attic 2-4 hours after the sun moves off your roof, nice. However, it doesn't necessarily do that according to the directions and the switch label. Before you install it, lay it out in the sun and see what settings it works on. Give it a good 30 min of sun, then bring it in and see which settings (OFF, SOLAR, RUN) it runs on. Note that you may have to move the switch further than you think, everything is cheaply made, but the saving grace is the battery.
The fan does make a difference, though perhaps not quite as much as it should. I used Gorilla Duct tape to tape on ribbons on 3 sides of the unit so I could see how well it's working from the ground. Installation is not bad, and I used this clear roof sealant in a tube from Amazon to seal; no leak problems with the other one, and I doubt with this one. You do need to supply your own screws, outdoor deck screws work well.
True, it doesn't come with a template, but it's about 18" in diameter, so just sketch that out on a piece of cardboard, cut and use it on the roof. A large piece of sidewalk chalk is a great roof marker to show you where to cut :-). If this was helpful, please give it a like. Thanks!
The reason I bought this one is for its capacity - 1900 CFM. But after installation, I can hardly feel any air movement except observing the fan running. 1900 CFM is about 6.4 feet of air moving speed per second through 16" diameter hole. Today I bought a powered fan with 1250 SCFM rating, and this new fan is running like a regular house fan ....
Not sure if this is a failure of the motor, or just falsified sales information. My roof is pretty steep, and now I have to get up to the roof 3 times - install this one, remove this one then install the new one. Very, very upset, not to mention the time and energy lost because of this.
June 19, 2017 - I installed this fan over the weekend, and so far, I don't like what I observed. I can't feel much of air movement. Is this normal?
Wonder how does the manufacturer came up with the 1900 CFM capacity?
In Customer Review, no one mentioned that this did not come with a cut-off template. It also did not have any indication about roof cut-off diameter so I had to turn the unit upside down to measure the diameter then made a paper template. All little things that can be very convenient to customer if provided at factory. Will continue monitoring its performance for another week for decision to return or not.
After reading the reviews...this happens a lot apparently.
Frame was also bent up. Not good when you are trying to prevent roof leaks.