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WhisperSense DC fan-LED Lights Motion and Humidity Sensors Delay Timer Pick-A-Flow Speed Selector 50, 80 or 110 CFM

  • ECM motor with SmartFlow technology provides efficient CFM output
  • Pick-A-Flow selector to set customized airflow as needed
  • Flex-Z Fast bracket for easy, hassle-free installation
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WhisperSense DC fan with LED light and night light, sensors for motion and humidity, adjustable delay timer, Pick-A-Flow Speed Selector with 50, 80 or 110 CFM airflow. Quiet and powerful, this spot ventilation fan has less than 0.3 sones at 50 and 80 CFM and 0.4 sones at 110 CFM. The brushless ECM Motor is rated for continuous run and has SmartFlow Technology. The fan includes a Flex-Z Fast bracket and a 4 in. or 6 in. duct adapter. It is ideal for use in many rooms: bathroom, laundry room, sun room, media room, basement, mud room or garage.
  • Pick-a-Flow fpeed selector offers flexibility to select the needed airflow - 3 options in 1 fan - 50, 80 or 110 CFM and can be adjusted with the flip of a switch
  • Dual sensor technology provides built in sensors for both humidity and motion plus an adjustable delay time from 30 seconds to 60 minutes for automatic moisture and odor control
  • This fan can function in 3 modes: motion on/motion off, motion on/humidity off, humidity on/humidity off, auto shut off feature helps energy usage and operating costs
  • ECM motor has smartflow technology designed to perform as rated giving optimum CFM output
  • LED lighted fan includes one 10-Watt dimmable LED chip panel with a LED night light less than 1-Watt, both are incorporated into a contemporary flush mounted grill that will compliment any room (LED night light must be wired separately)
  • LED chip panel specifications: 3000 Kelvin warm white, 90 CRI, 700 Lumens and 50,000 hours average rated life
  • Integrated dual 4 in. or 6 in. duct adapter enhances installation options and has a built in damper to reduce back drafts
  • Flex-z fast bracket provides flexible fast and easy installation options, even from below the ceiling
  • Fits in 2 in. x 8 in. construction for ceiling installation with a 7 1/2 in. D housing
  • 6 year warranty on ECM motor; 3 year warranty on all parts and 5 year warranty on LED lighting, all warranty is from original purchase date
  • UL listed for tub/shower enclosure when GFCI protected
  • Energy Star rated and certified by the Home Ventilation Institute (HVI)
  • Can be used to comply with ASHRAE 62.2, LEED, Energy Star IAP, CALGreen, EarthCraft, California Title 24 and Washington Ventilation Code
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency

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Air Volume (CFM)110110,50,80120110,130,150
Fan Sound Level (Sones)0.80.3,0.40.30.3,0.4
Housing Width (in.)1010.2512.7510.25
Housing Length (in.)9.2510.2512.87510.25
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)75110120150
FeaturesHumidity Sensing,LightAdjustable Fan Speed,Humidity Sensing,Light,Motion Sensing,Nightlight,TimerAdjustable Fan Speed,Motion Sensing,TimerAdjustable Fan Speed,Light,Nightlight,Roomside Installation
Installation TypeCeilingCeilingCeilingCeiling
Grill ShapeSquareSquareSquareSquare
IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedLight Bulb,Nightlight BulbHardwareLight Bulb,Nightlight Bulb
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Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.)
10.25
Housing Width (in.)
10.25
Product Height (in.)
9.04 in
Product Length (in.)
13.00 in
Product Width (in.)
13.00 in

Details

Air Volume (CFM)
110,50,80
Amperage (amps)
0.075,0.11,0.18
Color/Finish
White
Duct Compatible Sizes
4 or 6 in
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
0.3,0.4
Features
Adjustable Fan Speed,Humidity Sensing,Light,Motion Sensing,Nightlight,Timer
Grill Shape
Square
Housing Material
Galvanized Steel
Included
Light Bulb,Nightlight Bulb
Installation Type
Ceiling
Light Bulb Base Code
GU24
Light Bulb Type Allowed
LED,LED
Light Bulb Type Included
LED,LED
Maximum Light Bulb Wattage (watts)
10
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)
110
Mount Type
Flush Mount
Number of Bulbs Required
2
Product Weight (lb.)
10.14 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Room Size
Large Room Fan
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
11,3.9,6

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
ECM Motor: 6 years from original purchase dateAll parts: 3 years from original purchase dateLED lighting: 5 years from original purchase date

Questions & Answers

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Can you have this run constantly and then boost to a higher speed if humidity is high?

Asked by alex October 6, 2020
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We have a version of this product. It has the condensation sensor module and the multi-speed mod...

Asked by EP September 12, 2020
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What happens if bulb dies?

Asked by Drasticv August 15, 2020
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Hi there, you will need to only replace the bulb, not the unit.

Given there have been complaints about the brightness of the light and it not being replaceable, ...

Asked by scardig July 14, 2020
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Hi Scardig, thank you for your inquiry. A dimmer switch can be installed with the Panasonic WhisperSense DC fan-LED Lights Motion and Humidity Sensors Delay Timer Pick-A-Flow Speed Selector 50, 80 or 110 CFM, White. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!

where is the motion sensor in the box? I can't seem to find it. And how does the night light func...

Asked by sunroombuyer May 29, 2020
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Three ways the fan can function • Motion on/Motion off • Motion on/Humidity off • Humidity on/Hum...

Asked by function March 8, 2020
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Is there a way to turn off the light and leave rhe fan running? Is the light supposed to turn off from the motion sensor?

Asked by Lottie February 14, 2020
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The lights don't operate by the motion sensor. You could have up to three switches. Light, Nightlight, and Fan. The fan will go on when it senses motion and stay on for a period of time selected by you when it stops sensing motion, or it will go on when the humidity goes above a set threshold and not shut off until it goes below that. I didn't put a switch for the fan, I permanently powered it. I put my two lights on a dual rocker switch, but in hindsight I may want to permanently power the nightlight too.

Product dimensions show fan is 7.5" deep. Description states the fan can be installed directly t...

Asked by Dennis December 7, 2019
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It's designed to be installed after the drywall is on the ceiling. You can mount the brackets before the ceiling goes up, but that's how it fits in the joists. I have floor above mine too.

Light is just too white. Anyway to change this light to be a bit warmer? thanks

Asked by Greg March 18, 2019
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When motion is detected does the fan come on or just the light?

Asked by Tom November 14, 2018
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The light is not triggered by the motion detector, only the fan.

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Fan does an excellent job taking humidity out of the bathroom. However, the instructions are terr...
Fan does an excellent job taking humidity out of the bathroom. However, the instructions are terrible. Took me twice as long to install because of the poor instruction manuel.
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Nice unit – a few things to look out for and/or be aware of. Took me about 4 hours to replace the old upstairs bathroom fan unit that had been installed when the house was built. Luckily, I did have access through the attic, as the original fan had obviously been installed and SECURELY SECURED from the top as the house was being built, with zero thought of how it might be replaced from below the ceiling in future years. If I’d not had that access, I really don’t know how I would have got it out … The installation instructions are not the best – read them carefully once – and then again! Since I had top access, I was able to lay the Flex-Z Fast bracket on top of the ceiling sheet rock, extend it out between two joists, and then attempt to secure it to the joists using the provided tapping screws. The first two screws went in easily – the second two got half way in before the heads stripped – both ways. I should have known better when I looked at the screw heads – the recess to accommodate the screw driver was small and shallow. Basically, cheap soft screws. So – either drill a hole before using these screws, or replace them with some decent screws. I never managed to get those two screws out, but did then drive two more screws through the bracket into the joist. (You can just see one of the “extra” screws to the right of the drain pipe at the bottom right corner of the picture “Attic View”). Because of the direction that my ducting had to run in relation to the Flex-Z Fast bracket, I actually installed the fan at 90 degrees to how is detailed in the instructions (Fig 4 of “New Construction”). I don’t think this is a problem – the flanges on the unit accommodate that option. But what that does mean is that I couldn’t then install and secure the adaptor to the Flex-Z Fast bracket per the instructions (Step 6 of “New Construction”). You can see what I mean about the relative orientation in the picture “Attic View” where the closest side of the Flex-Z Fast bracket is seen running horizontally across the picture between the joists. Having installed the Flex-Z Fast bracket I then used the inside edges of the bracket to enlarge the hole in the ceiling. I actually cut a hole about 10-1/4 ins square. I then fed the adaptor up through the hole, positioning it to one side of the hole. I then had the flange of the adaptor pressed up against the bottom side of the ceiling sheetrock. i.e. adaptor flange – ceiling sheetrock – Flex-Z Fast bracket. Next, I aligned / mated the fan body into the adaptor and pushed the fan body up through the hole until it was fully seated into the adaptor, and installed the machine screw to connect the fan body to the adapter (watch those machine screws …. they soon strip the female mating threads ….). Again, I then had the fan body flange sandwiching the ceiling sheetrock with the Flex-Z Fast bracket on the top side of the ceiling sheet rock. I then used the four provided self-drilling screws. Each screw went through a hole in the fan body flange, up through the sandwiched ceiling sheetrock and secured into the Flex-Z Fast bracket. Once all four screws were secured, the flanges are pressed tightly against the bathroom side ceiling sheetrock. Looks very neat and does not need any caulking! If some-one ever needs to replace the unit in the future they will thank me for not having to remove and clean up caulking! See picture “Bathroom View”. I noted the posted question about the three operation / control modes. I think that’s a poorly written part of the manual. I presume / believe that the described three modes can be accommodated by varying the humidity and timing settings – but it’s not really very clear. How I think the unit is designed to work is as follows; the fan should be hard wired in to the mains supply. The fan will then activate whenever motion is sensed. Once it no longer senses motion then it will run for a further xx minutes as determined by your setting of the timer delay. The fan will also be activated if either the humidity threshold (that you set) is breached or the unit senses a rapid build up of humidity …. even if it is below the threshold that you have set. Now …. I am not sure if the fan run time from this trigger event is determined by the timer setting or if it simply runs until the humidity change and/or level returns to normal? Of course, you can run the power to the fan through a wall switch if you want manual control over the fan – but that would kind of defeat the purpose of the motion sensor? Unless you taped that switch …. see later …. A work of caution. Here in Houston the humidity is standardly very high - 87% as I write this. So, I’m not sure how useful the humidity sensor will be in practice. (Setting can be varied between 30% and 80%). I’d initially thought that the main LED light (which is VERY bright – see picture “Main Light”) would be controlled in parallel with the fan. In other words, you entered the bathroom and the light and the fan would both come on, triggered by the motion sensor. Unfortunately, it isn’t. So, you’ll have to connect the main light separately from the fan through a light switch on the wall. And given its brightness, you might well be advised to use a dimmer switch so that you can adjust the brightness to suit. There is also a night light feature. If you want to use that, then it would be best to wire the night light directly to the mains supply aka the fan above? (see picture “Night Light”). Given that I had only wiring from one standard wall toggle switch, I connected the fan and the Night Light, but left the Main Light unconnected - as the boys felt that the Main Light was too bright. I then used a piece of clear tape to stick the wall switch in the on position. Now, when the boys enter the bathroom the fan initiates, and after they leave, it runs for our setting of 30 minutes. The Night Light gives a nice glow, so they don’t need to use the main room light unless they are going to be showering. And whenever I need to remove the fan grill for cleaning, I can remove the tape and switch the fan off before I start. For a better understanding of the wiring don’t look at Fig 5 of “New Construction” – rather look at the “Wiring Diagram” on page 6. If anyone feels I have erred or misunderstood any of the above – please post and let me know!
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Installed a couple of weeks ago. Very quiet and happy so far. Easy install.
Installed a couple of weeks ago. Very quiet and happy so far. Easy install.
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Very quite. The nightlight is useful. Sensor is useful as it saves energy
Very quite. The nightlight is useful. Sensor is useful as it saves energy
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The fan is quite and works great. The LED built...
The fan is quite and works great. The LED built in light unfortunately, while guaranteed for 20 years, cannot be replaced and is a BRIGHT WHITE LED which distorts the color of your wall paint, towels and trim. I would like to be able to swap out the LED for a warmer color.
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best exhaust fan ever...
best exhaust fan ever
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This is a great fan. It is quiet, it...
This is a great fan. It is quiet, it kicks on when needed, it has a light and has worked as described. I put it in my shower, and like it so much, put one in the laundry room. Would highly recommend.
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Easy install. Super quiet. I thought the light was going to be dim because they said the output w...
Easy install. Super quiet. I thought the light was going to be dim because they said the output would be comparable to a 40w light bulb, but it really lit up the room.
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It's a nice unit, works as advertised. I installed it in first floor bathroom of two story house...
It's a nice unit, works as advertised. I installed it in first floor bathroom of two story house. Description states it can be installed in 2" X 8" construction. Directions show/instruct flange placed against bottom of joist, with drywall covering the flange. However, at 7.5" deep (to the flange), it does not fit in a nominal 2" X 8" joist which is 7.25" deep. I had to mount the unit on top of the 1/2" drywall. Also, the main LED light is fairly bright (which is good) but it is also very white (would much prefer a warmer color) and it cannot be adjusted.
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Love this fan, the led night light is very useful...
Love this fan, the led night light is very useful and the main led light is super bright. The motion sensing for the fan is very sensitive, it's so quiet you won’t notice it is running.
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