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52" (1320mm) DC Ceiling Fan in Bamboo, Teak or Aged Elm

52" (1320mm) DC Ceiling Fan in Bamboo, Teak or Aged Elm

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Product Description

Product Type: Ceiling Fan

Dimensions:
Article Diameter (in mm) 1320
Article Height (in mm) 300
Canopy Height (in mm) 55
Canopy Diameter (in mm) 145
Net Weight 4.8 Kilogram
Gross Weight 5.1 Kilogram

Fan:
Motor Type DC with Sensorless Driver
Motor dimension in MM (Ø x H) 90X16
Motor Wattage 45
Adjustable Canopy 14°
Blade pitch in degree 14°
Blade Quantity 3
Protection Degree IPX0
Mains Voltage 220-240V, 50Hz

Function remote control incl.
Timer
Reversible
5 speeds
Material & Colour
Blade Material ABS
Blade Colour (1) dark natural timber
Canopy Material steel
Canopy Colour black matt
Enclosure Material steel
Enclosure Colour black matt

Performance:
Wattage by air movement (1) 4
RPM (1) 77
Air Movement m3/Hr (1) 4273
Wattage by air movement (2) 10
RPM (2) 105
Air Movement m3/Hr (2) 5828
Wattage by air movement (3) 15.5
RPM (3) 121
Air Movement m3/Hr (3) 6716
Wattage by air movement (4) 20.5
RPM (4) 132
Air Movement m3/Hr (4) 7326
Wattage by air movement (5) 30.5
RPM (5) 150
Air Movement m3/Hr (5) 8325

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