Be hip with differences between AC, DC or EC fan motors!
Alternating Current (AC)
AC motors require a higher voltage input of 240v for Australia. They can be hardwired in an electrical lighting circuit or plug in to a standard 10amp power point.
Unlike a DC motor, they do not require an external power supply, which allows them to be hardwired into existing household electrics.
Direct Current (DC)
DC motors require a DC power supply to covert the mains power 240v to a Lower running voltage required specs.
DC motors have lower energy consumption than AC, sometimes consuming 50% less power, which means more energy savings and lower operating costs. Over the course of their working life, the savings far exceed the price difference between AC and DC fans, making DC fans a much better long-term investment for your household.
Electronically Commutated (EC)
EC motors also use less power than a comparable AC fan. They are a more modern, improved version of DC fans. EC Fans run at much lower temperatures than other motors and will operate in harsh tropical conditions.
EC motors will play a big part in the fan industry. They are already superceding DC motors and will take the place of many conventional AC motors in the future.
White 250mm round premium high performance side ducted exhaust fan designed to maintain high airflow over longer duct runs. Back-draft stopper and plug & lead included.
- Commercial grade Japanese bearings
- Designed for longer duct runs
- Ideal for multi-story applications
- Rated to 80,000 plus continuous running
- Rated to 30,000 plus start cycles
- Super low profile
- Easy to install and clean
- Back-draft stopper included
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|Ball bearing motor
|Side outlet duct size
|Cut out size
|IPX4 (What is this?)
|Min. install depth
|Plug and Lead