|Assembled Depth (in.)||54.00 in||Assembled Height (in.)||15.90 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||54.00 in||Downrod Length (in.)||6|
|Fan Blade Length (In.)||23.9||Fan Blade Span (in.)||54|
|Fan Blade Width (In.)||5.9|
|Airflow (CFM)||6050||Blade Color||Graywashed Oak/Dark Oak|
|Blade Color Family||Dark Brown, Light Brown||Ceiling Fan Size||Medium|
|Ceiling Fan Type||Basic||Color Family||Nickel|
|Color Temperature||Bright White, Daylight, Daylight Deluxe, Neutral White, Soft White, Warm White||Commercial/Residential||Residential|
|Compatible Bulb Type||Integrated LED||Control Type||Smart Remote Control Included|
|Damp/Wet Rating||Dry Rated||Fan Blade Material||Plywood|
|Features||AC Motor, Color Changing Technology, Dimmable, Easy Install, Reversible Blades, Reversible Motor||Fixture Color Family||Nickel|
|Fixture Color/Finish||Brushed Nickel||Included||Angle Mount Hardware, Downrod Included, Hardware Included, Light Bulb(s) Included, Light Kit Included, Mounting Hardware Included, Shade(s) Included|
|Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor||Light Bulb Type Included||Integrated LED|
|Light Type||Integrated||Motor Speed (RPM)||160|
|Mounting Type||Angled Mount, Downrod Mount||Number of Blades||5 Blades|
|Number of Lights||1 Light||Number of Speeds||4|
|Power Options||Hardwired||Product Weight (lb.)||19.18 lb|
|Recommended Room Size||Large Room||Remote Access||Remote Access|
|Requires Hub?||No Hub Required||Returnable||90-Day|
|Smart Home||Smart Home Enabled||Smart Home Protocol||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi|
|Style||Modern||Voice Control Hub Required||No Hub Required for Voice Control|
|Watt Equivalence||120||Works With||Alexa, Alexa, Google, Google Assistant, Hubspace, Proprietary App|
|Certifications and Listings||FCC Listed, FCC Listed, UL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||Lifetime Motor Warranty|
A: Thank you for your question. No, this fan is designed for indoor use only. For installation in an outdoor patio area, you would need a damp rated fan.
A: We had similar issue. Turned out next door neighbor has same code on her fan so when she turns on hers mine also went on.
A: We are sorry to hear that you are having this issue. The light does not have a motion sensor. It sounds like the remote is receiving an interfering signal from another device in the area. This can be easily resolved by changing the dip switch settings in the remote and receiver. The dip switches are located in the battery compartment of the remote and on the receiver. The dip switches can be set to any unique setting as long as the settings in the remote and receiver match. Changing the dip switch settings will change the frequency of the remote to avoid the interfering signal. This is covered in detail in the complete installation video located with the alternate images on the product page online (fast forward to the 8:01 mark). If the issue persists, please call Hampton Bay customer service at 1-855-HD-HAMPTON (1-855-434-2678) and one of the team members will be able to get more information to help troubleshoot and resolve the issue.
A: It does not. The remote control all fan and the light settings. You can sync with Google Home if you want to add some smart home features.
A: Thank you for your question. Technically, yes, one remote can control 2 fans if the dip switches are set to the same settings in the remote and on both receivers. We do not recommend using one remote to control multiple fans was it can lead cooperation issues if the fans get out of sync. For example, if one fan receives the remote signal and the other does not, the fans will be out of sync and there is not way to reset the fans to the same settings without disconnecting power to the fans. For optimal operation, each remote and receiver pair should be set to a unique dip switch setting so that each remote only controls the intended fan.
A: Thank you for your question. No, this fan does not have a thermostatic remote.
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