This should work fine. There is no compatibility table.
If you have a triple gang box I do not think it will fit properly. I doubt you can get a plate to cover the other two switches with this in place. You may be able to cut a cover plate to make it work but it would not likely have a good appearance and may not meet code. I think it needs its own single gang box. You may be able to mount a new single box near the device it is controlling and reroute the wires there and leave the existing switch in the on position at all times. Just my opinion. Mine works well. It is in the garage to exhaust excess moisture primarily when we come home with snow covered cars.
It certainly should. There may be other features on the fan that would not be activated with this, but as to turning the fan on when humidity is high and off when the humidity is lowered it should be just fine.
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We would need to know which fan model you are controlling.
First, remove the dial by gently pulling. Then you will see a screw. Remove the screw and the plate will pull right off. You may want to cut off power to the switch. If you have further questions, contact our Technical Support Department at 888-336-6151. Thank you.
The DH100W is a humidity control, not temperature. It is variable from 20% humidity to 80% humidity. It should be set at a level at which you are comfortable.
I ran into the same problem (running all the time) with my old humidistat (not this model). Maybe I'll try this one from H.D. and see it works.
yes, mine is hooked up to a.c. but you have to figure out wiring ..i.e. in series or parallel .
This unit is basically a switch, green is ground, black is power source (usually black) and red connects to load (whatever needs to be power up, ie fan)