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|General||The fan can be operated with a regular light switch.|
|Timer||After the fan is switched off, it will continue to run for the set lag time and turn itself off automatically. This lag time can be set manually to between 2 and 30 minutes. Two power supplies - one continuous and one switched - are required.|
|Ball bearings||An additional ball bearing is particularly recommended for ceiling applications. This extends the fan's service life and reduces the operating noise.|
|Humidity sensor||If the humidity in the room exceeds a set value, the fan will automatically switch on and run until the humidity drops below the set value, at which point it will switch off automatically. The built-in humidity sensor can be adjusted for humidity levels between 60% and 90%.
With integrated lag time, the fan will continue to run for a set time. At least one continuous current is required for this operation. An optional second switched current can be used to switch the fan on/off separately.
|Motion sensor||The integrated motion sensor tracks movement of people (and other large objects) up to a distance of 4 metres. If it ceases to detect motion in the room the fan will automatically turn off, after the remaining runtime.|
|Ø 4" (100mm)||99||158||136||107||26|
|Ø 4" (100mm)|
|Airflow per hour [m³/h]||97|
|Noise level at 3m [dB/3m]||25|
|Maximum static pressure [Pa]||43|
|Power consumption [W]||7,5|
|Supply voltage [V/Hz]||230/50|
|Maximum operating temperature [°C]||45|
|Index of protection [IP]||45|