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40-Watt Hybrid Solar/Electric Powered Roof Mount Attic Fan with Included Inverter

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  • Heavy-duty steel housing for enhanced strength and durability
  • Features a solar panel that powers the fan and saves the energy
  • Backed by 15-year warranty
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QuietCool Solar Attic Fans are the best in the industry offering the largest panels at an affordable price. This fan features a 40-Watt solar panel, a preset thermostat, an ultra-energy efficient DC motor, a heavy-duty steel housing, and an included AC/DC inverter. Solar attic fans work by using sunlight to power the fans motor to help prevent any heat or moisture build up in your attic. Your attic can reach temperatures of up to 150°F which can destroy the integrity of your home as well as completely destroy your roof because of the humidity and moisture build up. Because of this, solar attic fans can prolong the life of your roof structure and air conditioning while helping you save up to 30% on A/C costs. With a QuietCool Solar Attic Fan, you also get the benefit of an included AC/DC inverter. This allows the fan to run 24/7. When there is sunlight outside, the fan will run only on solar power being powered by the large solar panel on the fan. When there is no sunlight, such as at night, the fan will switch to AC power and continue to run throughout the night. This allows you to take advantage of cooling your attic during the coolest part of the day. Simply mount the fan to your roof and plug in the inverter to enjoy 24/7 cooling and ventilation in your attic.
  • 40-Watt solar panel
  • Ultra-energy efficient DC motor
  • Preset thermostat
  • Included AC/DC inverter for 24/7 runtime
  • Heavy-duty steel housing
  • Fully adjustable solar panel - 180° rotation and 60° tilt


  • California residents

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40-Watt Hybrid Solar/Electric Powered Roof Mount Attic Fan with Included Inverter

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FeaturesAdjustable Solar Panels,Built-in ScreenAdjustable Solar Panels,Built-in Screen,Built-in Thermostat,Corrosion Resistant,Thermostat Controlled,Weather ResistantAdjustable Thermostat,Built-in Humidistat,Built-in Screen,Fixed Solar PanelsAdjustable Thermostat,Built-in Screen,Fixed Solar Panels
Power TypeSolar PoweredHybrid (Solar/Electric) PoweredSolar PoweredHybrid (Solar/Electric) Powered
Rough Opening Width (In.)1501515
Ventilation TypeRoofRoofRoofRoof
Intake/ExhaustExhaustExhaustExhaustExhaust
Wattage (watts)10402525
Rough Opening Height (In.)1501515
Mounting PositionRoof MountRoof MountRoof MountRoof Mount
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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (Sq.Ft)
2000
Cut-Out Diameter (in.)
14
Net-Free Area (Sq. In.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
26 in
Product Height (in.)
14 in
Product Width (in.)
26 in
Rough Opening Height (In.)
0
Rough Opening Width (In.)
0

Details

Airflow (CFM)
1092
Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Color/Finish Family
Black
Features
Adjustable Solar Panels,Built-in Screen,Built-in Thermostat,Corrosion Resistant,Thermostat Controlled,Weather Resistant
Horsepower (hp)
0
Intake/Exhaust
Exhaust
Material
Galvanized Steel
Mounting Position
Roof Mount
Power Type
Hybrid (Solar/Electric) Powered
Product Weight (lb.)
33 lb
Recommended Sq. Ft.
2400
Returnable
90-Day
Ventilation Type
Roof
Voltage (volts)
120
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
40

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
15 Year Warranty

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  • 4.6
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  • 96% recommend this product
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Bought this solar fan based on recommendation from a solar sales rep. They installed it and now it leaks. Do not allow a solar company to install. Hire a roofing company please or deal with my current situation. Fan seems to work as my attic temperature seems to match the outdoor temperature.
by Mike
    • Recommended Product
    4 people found this helpful
    This fan really... Sucks!! ....ALL ....The HEAT out of my attic !! I had fresh R-30 insulation...
    This fan really... Sucks!! ....ALL ....The HEAT out of my attic !! I had fresh R-30 insulation Blown in on a pretty hot day Here in CA and the Guy doing it said he could feel it pulling air past him .. That was On Solar too !
    by DennisTheMenace
    • Verified Purchase
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    6 people found this helpful
    Due to the current COVID situation, this can't be installed at this time. However, I was able to ...
    Due to the current COVID situation, this can't be installed at this time. However, I was able to un-package it and test the fan both on AC adapter power and with the solar panel and it moves lots of air. The unit is well built and well packaged (don't try to move it to the roof without help! It isn't light.) . The solar panel is adjustable both in tilt and which direction it faces. The included AC adapter (to run the fan when solar is lacking) has a nice long cord. With the summer temperatures here in the desert reaching around 110 right now I'm sure this would have made a huge difference in our attic temperatures. I'm anxiously awaiting the opportunity to install it and we'll see next summer how much it helps.
    by northwindone
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    2 people found this helpful
    Good fan, easy enought to install and quiet opperation. Everythying is built in, just need to in...
    Good fan, easy enought to install and quiet opperation. Everythying is built in, just need to install the fan and your set. Replaced an existing squeeky roof vent and this is a much much better solution. Try to install where no trees will shade the panel at any time of the day. The smallest shadow will have a large effect on the functionality of this unit.
    by Maddasher
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    3 people found this helpful
    Amazing solar roof attic fan. Tried it out of the box on a sunny day here in Colorado and the fa...
    Amazing solar roof attic fan. Tried it out of the box on a sunny day here in Colorado and the fan worked immediately once the sun had a couple minutes to ramp up the motor. I will try and add a short video to hear how quiet the fan is along with a couple photos of the system. I still have shake roof so awaiting my new roof to install the fan once the shake is removed. I believe this fan will be very helpful to reduce the attic heat in the summer. Very impressed.
    by Chadwick
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    4 people found this helpful
    This attic fan is a great option for cooling your attic space. Because my house is small with a low roof line, I was concerned that this fan might look bulky and be too noticeable. But it actually blends nicely into the roof and doesn't look too big on my roof. The fan comes with a cutting template and it easy to install on your own or you can hire some one. Because it's solar, it uses minimal power to operate. I believe it only uses the alternate power supply if it's cloudy. I'm also considering getting out for an outbuilding that does not have power. I think the fan can run on its own without being plugged in. It will just stop when the power runs out, like when it's cloudy or rainy.
    by fuscia
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    3 people found this helpful
    I've been in my current home of a little under 2300 square feet for four years. There has always...
    I've been in my current home of a little under 2300 square feet for four years. There has always been an issue with the top floor of the home being hottest during summer months. Other than an attic fan's general purpose, I don't really know much about them, so I decided to take a chance on selecting this particular model... I'm glad I did! I had the fan installed by a roofing contractor, so unfortunately I cannot personally speak on the ease or difficulty of installation; however I can say it didn't take long for the contractor to install the unit. I've now had the unit installed for about 45 days, and it's only been consistently warm within the last week or so, so i'm just now able to write a review as it's certainly noticeable how comfortable the bedroom-level of my home is now during 80+ degree weather, compared to last year.
    by Ra
    • Recommended Product
    3 people found this helpful
    Easy to install. Very quiet almost to the point you do not think it's on. Immediately after insta...
    Easy to install. Very quiet almost to the point you do not think it's on. Immediately after installing the solar roof fan it started pulling the heat out of the attic before finishing the install. Had to contact the manufacturer in California for extension rods that it was missing that allows for positioning the solar panel for better sun exposure. Received those with in 4 days but really not needed due to the pitch and sun exposure it has with out them. Great product, cooler house, happy family.
    by Roofchick
    • Verified Purchase
    • Recommended Product
    4 people found this helpful
    Seems well made and operates as advertised. The 12 volt...
    Seems well made and operates as advertised. The 12 volt post-sun operation is an added bonus for cooling the attic at night with minimal power consumption. I installed the 30-watt on the garage and the 40-watt on the house. The garage is noticeably cooler during the day ( no AC ) but it hasn’t really been hot enough to determine how it affects the house
    by HomeDepotCustomer
    • Verified Purchase
    I'm very impressed with this roof mount attic fan. It's a high-quality product, not skimpy in any...
    I'm very impressed with this roof mount attic fan. It's a high-quality product, not skimpy in any way. The unit itself weighs in at 33 pounds so there is decent heft to it in terms of getting it on to the roof. It's a bit tricky to carry too because of its construction and weight. I decided to hire my favorite carpenter for this installation because of an ankle injury I suffered that prevents me from safely climbing to my roof. The carpenter decided it was best to install a plank with roof jacks as a support for his work area and to be certain the unit was safely by his side while cutting the 14" hole through the shingles and plywood as necessary for the installation. The main house has a 12-pitch roof and this shed dormer is thankfully less but still not all that comfortably safe to work on without the plank in place. As long as you feel comfortable working on a roof and understand how shingles and flashing are to be installed on a vent after cutting into an existing roof, you can do the installation yourself. This fan comes with a built-in inverter so you can plug the fan motor into an outlet in your attic if you want to take full advantage of cooler outside air temperatures once the sun goes down. The unit runs on 120 volts and consumes 30 watts. I also decided to run a circuit from an existing inside receptacle on our second floor. I had access from a storage area on a short wall to run another line off the 120 volt feed to another receptacle box I cut into the wall next to the outlet. I installed a simple on/off switch to power the attic receptacle or cut power to that receptacle. That wire then fed into the new attic receptacle into which I plugged in the fan power plug to allow for operation when the sun is not shining. The fan unit will turn on automatically when the sun is shining or 120 volt power is supplied and the air temperature in the attic hits 75 degrees. On the day this fan was installed, it was in the 60's outside and sunny. The temperature in the attic was already above 75 because as soon as the paper covering was removed from the solar panel, the fan started right up. When this unit is installed, there's a wire hanging from the underside that drops down into the attic. This plugs into the accessory cord and that plugs into the attic outlet. The fan is extremely quiet. You will not hear it running from inside the house even if it's installed over your bedroom ceiling on the roof. Outside, I had to listen very carefully to hear the whisper-quiet sound of it running. You won't notice it running unless you get close enough to it or can focus on the low level of sound it makes. I'm looking forward to both saving on my AC costs and keeping the attic temperatures lower than one would normally see. There is adequate venting with ridge vents and gable end vents. But without an exhaust fan still gets oppressively hot up there. This fan moves a good deal of air and will constantly draw cooler air into the attic while exhausting the hot air. An additional benefit or feature of this fan design is that the solar panel can be both swiveled and tilted to best capture the sunlight exposure. My siting gave excellent results with the solar panel left in the standard position. The angle of the solar panel was perfect for the summer sun and there was no need to swivel the panel as the unit was on a south-facing roof.
    by JAMES
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    4 people found this helpful
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