Model # SIG110L

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Delta Breez Signature G2 Series 110 CFM Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Night-Light
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Delta Breez

Signature G2 Series 110 CFM Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Night-Light

  • DC brushless motor consumes less power for energy conservation
  • 110 CFM airflow with 0.4 sones of ultra-quiet operation
  • Long-lasting E12 4 Watt Nightlight included
$17176 /each
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  • DC brushless motor consumes less power for energy conservation
  • 110 CFM airflow with 0.4 sones of ultra-quiet operation
  • Long-lasting E12 4 Watt Nightlight included
Innovative design for long life, low noise and low power consumption, the Delta Breez signature SIG110L has an air flow of 110 CFM and loudness rating of 0.4 sones. Power consumption of 12.7-Watt with an efficiency rating of 8.8 CFM per Watt. This quiet energy efficient exhaust fan includes a GU24 26-Watt CFL main light and E12 4-Watt nightlight. Bulbs are included. The fan combines several design innovations, including a switching power supply that converts AC 120-Volt power source to DC power to drive a DC brushless motor for extended reliability and low power consumption. This design provides a quieter solution with energy savings up to 74% compared to traditional AC motor products. The Delta Breez exhaust fan is easy to install in new construction or an existing bathroom. The product is HVI certified and ENERGY STAR qualified.
  • Quiet operation at 0.4 sones
  • An indicator light underneath the grille assures you that this quiet fan is running
  • Energy star qualified for efficient cost-saving operation
  • Precision engineered with DC brushless motor for extended reliability, this fan will outlast many household appliances
  • Galvanized steel construction resists corrosion, equipped with metal duct adapter
  • CFL light bulb included
  • Fan impeller stops if obstructed, for safe worry-free operation
  • Peace of mind quality, performance and reliability from the world's largest DC brushless fan manufacturer
  • 3-year warranty

Product Overview

  • DC brushless motor consumes less power for energy conservation
  • 110 CFM airflow with 0.4 sones of ultra-quiet operation
  • Long-lasting E12 4 Watt Nightlight included
Model #: SIG110L
Internet #: 205088914

Innovative design for long life, low noise and low power consumption, the Delta Breez signature SIG110L has an air flow of 110 CFM and loudness rating of 0.4 sones. Power consumption of 12.7-Watt with an efficiency rating of 8.8 CFM per Watt. This quiet energy efficient exhaust fan includes a GU24 26-Watt CFL main light and E12 4-Watt nightlight. Bulbs are included. The fan combines several design innovations, including a switching power supply that converts AC 120-Volt power source to DC power to drive a DC brushless motor for extended reliability and low power consumption. This design provides a quieter solution with energy savings up to 74% compared to traditional AC motor products. The Delta Breez exhaust fan is easy to install in new construction or an existing bathroom. The product is HVI certified and ENERGY STAR qualified.

  • Quiet operation at 0.4 sones
  • An indicator light underneath the grille assures you that this quiet fan is running
  • Energy star qualified for efficient cost-saving operation
  • Precision engineered with DC brushless motor for extended reliability, this fan will outlast many household appliances
  • Galvanized steel construction resists corrosion, equipped with metal duct adapter
  • CFL light bulb included
  • Fan impeller stops if obstructed, for safe worry-free operation
  • Peace of mind quality, performance and reliability from the world's largest DC brushless fan manufacturer
  • 3-year warranty

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Name Signature G2 Series 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Adjustable Humidity Sensor and Night-Light Signature G2 Series 110 CFM Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Night-Light Signature Series 110 CFM Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Dimmable LED Light, Night Light and Adjustable CFM LunAura Square Panel Decorative White 110 CFM Exhaust Bath Fan with Light and Blue LED Night Light, ENERGY STAR
Brand Delta Breez Delta Breez Delta Breez NuTone
Ratings (170) (170) (170) (36)
Housing Length (in.) 9.68 9.68 9.625 10.5
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.) 110 110 110 100
Housing Width (in.) 9.68 9.68 9.625 11.325
Features Humidity Sensing,Light,Nightlight,Timer Light,Nightlight,Roomside Installation Light,Nightlight Decorative,Light,Nightlight
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Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.)
9.68
Housing Width (in.)
9.68
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)
110
Product Height (in.)
10.12
Product Length (in.)
14
Product Width (in.)
14

Details

Air Volume (CFM)
110
Amperage (amps)
0.82
Color Family
White
Duct Compatible Sizes
4 in
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
0.4
Features
Light,Nightlight,Roomside Installation
Grill Shape
Square
Housing Material
Galvanized Steel
Included
Light Bulb
Installation Type
Ceiling
Light Bulb Base Code
GU24
Light Bulb Type Allowed
CFL
Light Bulb Type Included
CFL
Maximum Light Bulb Wattage (watts)
26
Mount Type
Semi-Flush Mount
Number of Bulbs Required
1
Product Weight (lb.)
12.2lb
Returnable
90-Day
Room Size
Large Room Fan
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
12.7

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
HVI Certified,cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Three year limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.)
9.68
Housing Width (in.)
9.68
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)
110
Product Height (in.)
10.12
Product Length (in.)
14
Product Width (in.)
14

Details

Air Volume (CFM)
110
Amperage (amps)
0.82
Color Family
White
Duct Compatible Sizes
4 in
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
0.4
Features
Light,Nightlight,Roomside Installation
Grill Shape
Square
Housing Material
Galvanized Steel
Included
Light Bulb
Installation Type
Ceiling
Light Bulb Base Code
GU24
Light Bulb Type Allowed
CFL
Light Bulb Type Included
CFL
Maximum Light Bulb Wattage (watts)
26
Mount Type
Semi-Flush Mount
Number of Bulbs Required
1
Product Weight (lb.)
12.2lb
Returnable
90-Day
Room Size
Large Room Fan
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
12.7

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
HVI Certified,cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Three year limited

Questions & Answers

Can the 4" exhaust line be connected to another 4" exhaust line to avoid installing a 2nd outside...

Can the 4" exhaust line be connected to another 4" exhaust line to avoid installing a 2nd outside vent? Would this unit be best to install in the tray ceiling over the shower our 130 squar foot bathroom. Also, while I would prefer an exhaust fan with lower sones and an adjustable humidity setting, it looks like the only product that meets that requirement has a 6" exhaust line. I suspect that probably would not be a good idea to connect that line using a Y connection to the existing 4" exhaust line from the bathroom closet.
Asked by: Wayne
Yes, you connect it to an existing 4" exhaust line.. but would not connect a 6" to a 4"... also you have a very large bathroom. I would go with a fan with a 6" exhaust line..
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2018-04-12

When in "auto" mode does the fan run 24/7 or turn off when the humidity is below limits

Asked by: Thetruck454
Yes, it will turn off in auto mode when the desired humidity level is reached.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2018-04-05

Is this bath fan IC rated? That is, can it be installed in contact and/or underneath insulation?

Is this bath fan IC rated? That is, can it be installed in contact and/or underneath insulation?
Asked by: John
Yes. See install guide.
Answered by: DIY
Date published: 2018-03-11

Where is the green/amber LED indicator located? Is it possible to connect a remote LED indicator ...

Where is the green/amber LED indicator located? Is it possible to connect a remote LED indicator near a wall switch?
Asked by: Dave
mine has blue/amber light. it is located inside the grille in the corner near the exhaust pipe.
Answered by: Iceboy415
Date published: 2018-04-03
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Customer Reviews

Signature G2 Series 110 CFM Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Night-Light is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 170.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Delta 130 cfm with humidity sensor. I rate the device as a product a 4 star. Well made. BUT... th... Delta 130 cfm with humidity sensor. I rate the device as a product a 4 star. Well made. BUT... the way it's made presents a problem in that the design is such it is meant to fit into the hole cut in drywall (metal frame to rest against the underside of the drywall). If you don't have the drywall on yet as in new construction or a total reno, mounting to the joists the way it is designed to be, you have to lower the main body 1/2 inch below joints. But if you do the drywall has to be slid into place sideways (two pieces)... or you do as I did... mount it so it is flush to the joists so you can hang the drywall, make the cutout and push the grill against the drywall. Also, there are only three sliding attachment arms to secure the device to the joists. So, I framed all around the box inside the joist framing so that the box is solidly encased such that it will not bounce or vibrate which helps to reduce noise and operate better. The very thin plastic damper in the slide in duct connector pinched closed when I tightened the aluminum ducting onto the connector and I had to crawl into the ceiling attic to remove it so the air would flow. Not an easy install. But the unit itself seems to be made well. Lastly... notice Home Depot posts reviews for multiple product lines onto reviews for products the reviews were not meant to be written for.
Date published: 2018-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works and runs quiet. Much better than what I... Works and runs quiet. Much better than what I had. Turn it on once and it goes into automatic mode (which means it turns on when the humidity goes high and off once cleared), turn it off and then back on a gain and it turns on continuously. Pretty clever mode switching using the standard on/off switch at the wall.
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sooooooooo quiet. Replaced a 10 yr old fan with this one, really pleased with the upgrade. Instal... Sooooooooo quiet. Replaced a 10 yr old fan with this one, really pleased with the upgrade. Install was a bit tricky because of roof line but not too difficult. Leaving it on humidity setting, the phase indicator light doubles as a nightlight. Very happy with this choice.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I am disappointed with the performance. Our bathroom is 10 x 5 so a smaller CFM fan would have b... I am disappointed with the performance. Our bathroom is 10 x 5 so a smaller CFM fan would have been fine. However I decided to get 110 CFM fan hoping that the mirror would not be fogged out during shower. Unfortunately this fan is of no use. I spent $ 400 for installation on top of the cost of the fan plus $ 180 for drywall repair. Total $ 750.00 and didn't do what I expected. Utter waste of money.
Date published: 2018-02-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from You would need 4 light switches, Yes 4. one for the light one for the night light one for the pow... You would need 4 light switches, Yes 4. one for the light one for the night light one for the power and one for mode, and one for the toilet and one for the door and one for the mirror, and one for your toothbrush,,,wait what? geeeeee,,, unless u team the light with the fan then you would have the fan on when the lights are on. i only had 2 switches so i am going to use combination switches of 2 on each side, then run 2 extra set of wires, installing it on the joist if you don't have a ceiling yet is simple, but if you have a ceiling like i do and my ceiling is 1"thick 1/2 drywall and 1/2 plaster then the joist brackets wont work either. they say to just Lay a piece of wood above the ceiling on one side and you screw it thru the drywall to this piece of wood the other side is to the joist , what kinda support is that? if the mounting holes were on the front and back rather left and right you can bridge the joist with 2x4's and screw it to the 2x4's but noooo the fan exhaust is in the way so you cannot do that either, and when you do not use the joist brackets there are 8 1.5" slots that sit in the attic, well guess what those are lower than the fan motor so when you start it, it will suck air from the attic too. so you would have to plug them up and make sure you seal every hole below the fan motor. i was not able to flush it to one side of the joist due to another light already there, i needed it center between the joist and i had 16" joists, so i had to add 2x4's to each side to bring it to 12" and then screw it to those. oh yes it says to cut a 10-1/4" square hole in the ceiling, oh boy don't do that just measure the the fan metal box and add 1/8" on each side. 10-1/4 is too much.
Date published: 2018-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The product once installed works fine. The installation instructions are fair at best and not suf... The product once installed works fine. The installation instructions are fair at best and not sufficient when the application is to replace an existing fan. The advertising hype suggests that this can be accomplished from below without the agony of creeping around your attic. Not so. The flange attachment is from beneath the ceiling but the main show is all up in the attic/ceiling. Was not a fun install and required additional supports (not supplied) to maintain the unit level and fully seated flush to the bathroom ceiling. I am sure the manufacturer would suggest that not all scenarios can be addressed but I disagree. This is not a beginner or novice project unless you are applying to new construction. Also the sequence of using the humidity sensor setting or the constant air flow setting should be reversed as most people want the fan running all the time when in the bathroom. Frankly I don't see the point of the humidity sensor. Since it must be engaged with the lights in the bathroom the sensor is useless unless on a separate switch. Even so I don't think I would want the fan to automatically come on when we are away from home even if the humidity level is high for fear of a short in the circuit. Stuff happens. Once installed it seems to be working fine. I am trusting that the fan will have a relatively long lifespan as I don't want to do this again any time soon.
Date published: 2018-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just had it installed...so cannot comment anything about installation. However, the fan is real... I just had it installed...so cannot comment anything about installation. However, the fan is really...really quiet. The installer thought it was a Panasonic fan, but when I pointed out that it was a Delta, he was very surprised. The light is bright enough; did not wire the nightlight because that would mean cutting into the drywall and doing a lot more than the benefit to be accrued. So it's just the LED light and the fan and like I mentioned the fan is truly super quiet. As of now I am happy with it.
Date published: 2018-04-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fan is quite a removes air pretty good. The installation brackets could of been better designed. ... Fan is quite a removes air pretty good. The installation brackets could of been better designed. they are not made to work where you are removing an old fan and installing a new one. if the fan is not centered in between the rafters perfectly you cannot use the brackets and they suggest just putting the supplied screws into the sheetrock (bad idea). I used a 2X4 on top of the sheet rock to screw into to support it better and then used some sheet metal screws and one of the brackets an made it work.
Date published: 2018-04-10
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