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Remington Solar 30-Watt 1550 CFM Black Solar Powered Attic Fan
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Remington Solar

30-Watt 1550 CFM Black Solar Powered Attic Fan

$400.00 /each

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The Remington Solar Ventilation Attic Fan is completely powered by free solar energy. This American-designed fan is designed to reduce attic temperatures and remove destructive moisture, thus making your home more comfortable and reducing the load on your HVAC system and lowering your electricity bills. In the winter, this fan reduces the risk of ice-damming. Our stylish, powder coated steel, 30-Watt fan will effectively ventilate up to 2500 sq. per ft. of attic space at up to 1550 CFM. This is the least expensive high-quality fan, feature-for-feature, available. Each fan comes with a built-in humidistat and thermostat. Life-time non-transferable limited warranty on parts and manufacturer's defects. Parts only.

  • Ready to install, one-hour installation
  • Humidistat and thermostat pre-installed in each fan ($40 value included free)
  • High quality polycrystalline solar panel with powerful, yet quiet brushless 24-Volt DC motor
  • Sleek hail- and weather-resistant design
  • Powder coated steel housing with tiltable (or lay it flat) solar panel, steel mesh and poly-vinyl (quiet) blades
  • Unbeatable lifetime warranty
  • Up to 1550 CFM for 2500 sq. / ft. attics
  • Compare watts and price to other fans
  • Outsells competitors because we use expensive brushless DC motors
  • Solar panel is tiltable up to 45 degrees to optimize the sun angle

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Does it require any maintenance+

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can the top shroud rotate to point the solar array

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My roof has east west slope and I want to rotate top to point array more south
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Hey Rod, the solar panel does raise up and down but only on one axis (up/down). I also have a east/west roof and I mounted mine on the west side and it's running very well.
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When using the a/c adapter, does it run on solor power primarily, when sunny?

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Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
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Can I fix a 52 degree attic to outside temperature difference with 1 or more of your fans?

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(By mistake, I just posted this question with your AC adapter. Please ignore that one.)
In Pittsburgh, PA, my upper attic is only 870 SQFT with a 5/12 slope, facing East/West, and is without overhead trees. This simple roof without valleys, etc, has no overhang and therefore no soffit. Rafters are not open at the eaves. My 1 month old Owens Corning (OC) Tru Definition Duration shingled roof has an OC ridge long vent with 20 SQIN per linear foot (NFA) net free area. It has on-the-roof Air Vent Inc. Edge intake vents (roofer’s choice) with only 9 SQIN per linear foot of NFA, rake to rake, along both front and back eaves. I am still awaiting registration papers for my OC Platinum life-time warranty (labor and parts from OC).
The roofer closed the two existing gable vents and required that I close the lower attic's opening to the upper attic to fulfill warranty requirements. Unfortunately, attic/outside temperatures have since reached 142/90, a 52 degree difference, in spite of the roofer’s claimed Balanced Ventilation System. I’m especially concerned OC could later blame any OC product failure on the high attic to outside temperature difference, likely caused by the roofer’s Air Vent Edge intake vents. So, I removed the insulation blocking every single intake vents (the installer said none were blocked). I also installed Duravent insulation air channels everywhere. When, this made no change to the temperature difference I determined, by hand feel and camera photos, that the intake vent slot placement was generally OK. The ridge vent opening was also visibly open.
From your prior answers, if I needed only 1 fan, I would place it 5’ down (opening outer edge to outer edge) from the ridge vent in the North/South center of the West (windward) roof face, avoiding closing the ridge vent.
If this is a reasonable & achievable goal, which and how many of your solar roof fans do I need to reduce the attic temperature differential to a more typical 110/90, a 20 degree difference, (according to numerous Internet sources)? Should I leave the gable vents and opening to the lower roof’s attic closed? What and how many, if any, intake vents should I add above the existing Edge intake vents?
Thanks.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Every house should have one of these Installation took less than two hours, but be aware of one oversight. The installation guide has "10 easy steps," but it leaves out any mention of the included humidistat and thermostat. The two are pre-wired and tied to the fan assembly, but need to be untied so they hang 18" into the attic open space. The thermostat enables operation above 80 degrees (so you don't exhaust warm air in the winter) and the humidistat turns on the fan when humidity is above 60% (to dry out a damp attic). Once the fan is installed near the crest of your roof, the top solar panel can be set at multiple angles to optimize solar capture. There is also a screen to keep out critters. It pumps out a lot of heat for such a quiet and automatic fan. June 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solar attic fan. Excellent product.Easy to install. It works great and is quite. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product works great and does help cool the house down.. cools the attic down great plus is quit you do not hear at all.. might be a little high in price but it works October 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very easy to install This fan is a breeze to install, pun intended. It is extremely quiet, as a matter of fact, I have to look up in the attic to make sure it is working. It does everything it says. I'm very happy with the purchase, the install and I highly recommend it to anyone who is on the fence about purchasing one. I am a really big fan of this product, pun intended again. April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Helps to Lower Attic Temperature Delivered fast and all parts were intact. I installed it on my high pitch roof by myself. I wouldn't say it's easy but a person with some carpenter experience can do it. I have noticed it is doing what I wanted which was to cool my attic temperature which was too hot. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product home depot pro desk gave names of local contractors to install. Not a one returned our e-mails. Had installed by a local roofer who was done in app 2hours. One of my biggest complaints was no veterans discount because of being ordered on line. Our roofer said it was the best product he has installed. It dropped the temperature in our vaulted living room by app 15 degrees immediately. Made the wife happy and you know what thats worth. August 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad Do not buy from Remington solar. My unit lasted five months. When I called Remington solar they told me their 20 year warranty is only on the motor. I asked them to send me a new unit ,so I could have a roofer go up on my roof pull out the broken one And put in a new one. They offered to send me a new motor but that does me no good because. After trying to explain to Remington solar that my attic was very high. Another words when I stood up in my attic I still had 6 feet to go to reach the unit. Again I tried to explain that I have to hire a roofer, you come back To my house remove the old one from the roof and put a new one. They would not work with me. Home Depot has a 90 day return which they could not take it back. So I had to play that game. And that was to order another one online. Install it with the roofer as I mentioned above. Put the broker one back in the box and returned it within 30 days. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just installed Im excited I just had the fan installed for $200. This happens when your not a handyman, oh well! I went in to the attic and the fan is super quiet and I can see the solar barrier film move as the fan sucks all the hot air out!! Highly recommend this fan, In Vegas its always Hot, this time up in the attic I could feel the difference 45 minutes after install. July 8, 2016
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