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56″ (1400mm) Liberty Outdoor Ceiling Fan w/ ABS Blades in Black or White

Martec Lighting

56″ (1400mm) Liberty Outdoor Ceiling Fan w/ ABS Blades in Black or White

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Product Description

The Liberty outdoor ceiling fan is the perfect addition to your decor with its simplistic and chic design and powerful yet efficient 65W motor.  Liberty features 4 ABS blades and is IP55 rated, making the ceiling fan suitable for coastal locations as well as undercover/outdoor use.


  • 7 year warranty*
  • IP55 rated
  • Polycarbonate ABS composite construction
  • Fully reversible for summer & winter


  • Rotational Diameter: 56" (1400mm)
  • Blade Material: Polycarbonate ABS Composite Construction
  • Motor Wattage: 65w
  • IP Rating: IP55
  • Motor Type: AC Motor
  • Controller Type: 3 speed wall control
  • Summer / Winter Reverse: Yes
  • Installation Location: Suitable for coastal locations and undercover outdoor areas
  • Speed: 1 Speed | 2 Speed | 3 Speed
  • Current: 0.25A | 0.19A | 0.15A
  • Power: 60w | 44w | 20w

Order Code:

  • MLF144MIP - Matt Black
  • MLF144WIP - White


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