Model # 88803

Internet #204153925

TroposAir ProSeries Deluxe Builder 52 in. Oil Rubbed Bronze Outdoor Ceiling Fan


ProSeries Deluxe Builder 52 in. Oil Rubbed Bronze Outdoor Ceiling Fan

$157.56 /each

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Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Pure White

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Product Overview

The ProSeries Deluxe Builder 52 in. Outdoor Oil Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan is an economical, damp-rated ceiling fan with a transitional design between the traditional ceiling fan and a contemporary motor. Perfect for that basic indoor/outdoor fan at an great price, making it popular with contractors/builders. The energy efficient motor draws just over 1/2 amp on high to provide suitable air movement to any room or outdoor space.

  • 5 year outdoor/25 year indoor limited warranty
  • 5-matching ABS outdoor blades with surface grain
  • 3-speed pull chain, switch reversible operation
  • Energy Star listed
  • 5 in. downrod, 1/2 in. nominal diameter, suitable for 8 ft. ceilings and up, its longer downrods also available
  • 153 x 18 mm energy efficient motor, quiet operation
  • Airflow 6372 CF/M, energy used 62.7-Watt, airflow efficiency 107 CF/M/W
  • Appropriate for room size up to 20 x 20 ft.
  • Light kit adaptable (accepts 3/8 in. Dia central threaded rod)
  • 3-way mounting system for multiple types of installations (flat ceiling on downrod, slope ceiling on downrod or flat ceiling flush mount with no downrod)
  • Flushmount option allows for use on ceilings lower than 8 ft.
  • UL listed for damp locations (porch and patios)
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you get a 12" downrod in the rubbed bronze finish?

Asked by: LP
Yes you can, just make sure it's the smaller diameter rod (1/2" nominal - ~7/8 O.D.). The "standard" downrods (3/4" nominal - ~1-1/8 O.D.) don't fit this fan. Unfortunately, I found that out the hard way. It would've been nice had that been in the fan description. This omission-of-fact cost me an extra week of installation because I had to order a new (narrower) downrod. It appears that Home Depot sells 12" 24" and 36" downrods for this fan. The 12" downrod you are looking for is Item # 204317626 at
Answered by: Parrothead
Date published: 2017-03-20

Is there a remote that can be used with this fan?

Asked by: janderson
This is a basic fan that does not come with a remote control. This fan is controlled with a pull-chain. However, it CAN be hard-wired to a multi-position wall switch (or remote-control wall switch) designed for ceiling fans. I installed it outdoors, on my covered deck at Lake of the Ozarks, and it moves a LOT of air. Much more so than the fan it replaced. A perfect fan to create a nice breeze on warm, summer days.
Answered by: Parrothead
Date published: 2017-03-21

The connection between the down road and the fan is a clip or a screw thread?

The connection between the down road and the fan is a clip or a screw thread?
Asked by: Malu
The down-rod is attached to the fan motor with a cross-pin/cotter-pin combination. In addition, there are 2, separate "down-rod jam screws" that need to be tightened to further secure the down-rod.
Answered by: Parrothead
Date published: 2017-03-21
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Customer Reviews

ProSeries Deluxe Builder 52 in. Oil Rubbed Bronze Outdoor Ceiling Fan is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Fan! This fan moves a LOT more air than the one it replaced. Really great out on my covered deck at Lake Of The Ozarks.....especially with the heat of this summer!
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from TroposAirProSeries Deluxe Builder 52 in. Outdoor Ceiling Fan & TroposAir 463 Spotlight Fan Light Kit This review pertains to two products purchased and used together. 1) TroposAirProSeries Deluxe Builder 52 in. Oil Rubbed Bronze Outdoor Ceiling Fan (Model # 88803; Internet # 204153925) 2) TroposAir463 Spotlight Oil Rubbed Bronze Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan Light (Model # 651; Internet # 204320510) Since these two items both carry the TroposAir brand, naturally I assumed they were compatible and could be used together (not quite right). The fan light kit (advertised as TroposAir463 brand) came to me branded as a Gulf Coast Fans product (Oldsmar, Florida). The good news is that the Oiled Bronze color on each item (fan and light kit) matched perfectly. The bad news is that the light kit did not include the necessary mating connector to attach to the quick-disconnect plug on the bottom of the fan unit. I had to cut off the quick-disconnect plug and hard wire the light kit to the fan using crimp-style butt connectors. I did this on the work bench before hanging the fan so the job was not very diffcult. All the other ceiling fans I've installed allow you to install the fan blades as the last step (after the fan unit is hung on its ceiling bracket and wired into the ceiling box; this allows you to hang the fan without the nuisance of working around 5 long blades). But NOT THIS FAN. After I made the necessary custom wiring connections to mate the Gulf Coast Fans light kit to the bottom of the TroposAir Fan unit, I hung the fan/light assembly and made all the ceiling electrical connections. THEN I find out that the blades on this fan CANNOT be attached to the motor with the light kit installed. The light kit obscures the access hole used for the fan attachment screws. So with the fan attached to the ceiling, I had to unscrew and lower the light kit (which had to be held by another person since the light kit was hard wired to the fan at this time). This step was required to gain access to a sheet metal cutout to insert a screwdriver in the right place to install the fan blade screws to the motor assembly. The only other way to do this would be to install the fan blades before the fan is hung on the ceiling bracket and try to work around the five long blades as you wired up the fan to the ceiling box. Then the light kit would have to be installed with the fan hanging from the ceiling (which would not be a bad job IF THE QUICK DISCONNECT mating connector was attached to the light kit wiring, which it was not). It would then be a 2-person job to install this light kit with the fan already on the ceiling since there was no mating connector attached to the light kit wiring. Either way, the installation was harder than it should have been (no connector on the light kit wiring and the fan design requires the blades to be attached BEFORE the light kit).
Date published: 2015-10-03
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