Model SP-A50-90-VG-L-QD is a lighted, ENERGY STAR® certified bathroom exhaust fan featuring a Vari-Green, EC motor allowing for increased energy savings. This fan is capable of operating at a constant CFM up to 0.875 in. wg, providing continuous or intermittent ventilation while maintaining extremely low sound levels. ENERGY STAR® rated bathroom fans utilize 70% less energy than a stand fan, saving on energy costs. With an LED bulb, this lighted bathroom fan provides ambient lighting while removing excess humidity and moisture from the space all in a single fixture. The fan and light can be operated separately or used together when required.
Greenheck’s fan and light combinations include a frosted lens with LED lamp. The frosted lens option is a traditional design which lets approximately 80% of light through the lens. The lens can be removed easily to replace light bulbs, as needed. Our unique light box is manufactured with a reflective material to increase the light given off by the LED lamp. UL Listed for above bathtub and showers with GFCI branch protected circuit.
Greenheck’s Vari-Green (VG) Electronically Commutated (EC) motor combines motor technology, controllability and energy-efficiency into one single low maintenance unit and is the industry's first fully controllable motor. The EC motor operates on AC power that is converted to DC – providing more efficient motor operation as compared to an AC operation. The controllability of the Vari-Green motor allows communication compatibility with a variable volume system. This allows speed adjustment of the motor to meet the needs of the system to exhaust air as needed and reduce overexhausting conditioned air.
About ENERGY STAR®
ENERGY STAR® is a market-based partnership formed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency and make it easier for consumers to identify energy-efficient products that offer savings, performance, features, and comfort.
To earn the ENERGY STAR label, products must meet strict energyefficient standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for energy consumption, air and sound performance.