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VenTech VT SPD-CTRL VTSPEED Variable Dial Router Fan Speed Controller for Duct and Inline Fans
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|Part Number||VT SPD-CTRL|
|Finish Type||Plastic Finish|
|Model Number||VT SPD-CTRL|
|Number of Items||1|
|Specific Uses For Product||Controls Speed of Fans|
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The VenTech Speed Controller is an electronic circuit with the sole purpose to vary an electric motor's speed, just like those in your duct and Inline fans. This router speed controller works with any universal AC/DC brush-type motor. The controller features a 3 - way rocker switch with high, medium or low options.
Disclaimer- The use of Ventech products should be installed professionally and not in enclosed areas. Buyer represents that by purchasing Ventech products, buyer has special knowledge or has consulted a professional on product’s use. In no event will the Company or any of its subsidiaries or their parent companies be liable to you for any direct, special, indirect, consequential, incidental damages or any damages of any kind even if the Company has been advised of the possibility thereof.
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My only problem with it I don't think it starts the motor off in full speed and THEN slows down to your variable setting. So the user just has to be sure to start their motor off at full speed instead of starting from rest into a slow speed to avoid damage the motor.
If you have a wider fan, this will work great. I've been using it 24/7 for a couple months now with the 8" fan to circulate air from above my woodstove to the rest of the house. This keeps the floor and mid-level space much warmer.