WhisperGreen™ 80 CFM Premium Ventilation Fan with SmartAction® Motion Sensor and Light
WhisperGreen™ 80 CFM Premium Ceiling Mounted Continuous and Spot Ventilation Fan with SmartAction® Motion Sensor and Light
- Static Pressure (in inches w.g.) 0.10,.25
- Air Volume (CFM) 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 at 0.1" static pressure 27, 38, 50, 61, 70, 78 at 0.25" static pressure
- Noise (sones) 0.3 @ 80 CFM<0.3 @ 70, 60, 50, 40, 30 CFM
- Power Consumption (Watts) 13.7 @ 80 CFM 18.7 @ 78 CFM 10.4, 16.5 @ 70 CFM 8.5 @ 60 CFM14.1 @ 61 CFM7.5, 12.5 @ 50 CFM7.4 @ 40 CFM10.0 @ 38 CFM 5.3 @ 30 CFM 9.0 @ 27 CFM
- Energy Efficiency (CFM's/Watt) 5.8 @ 80 CFM 4.2 @ 78 CFM 6.7, 4.2 @ 70 CFM 7.1 @ 60 CFM 4.3 @ 61 CFM 6.7, 4.0 @ 50 CFM 6.3 @ 40 CFM 3.8 @ 38 CFM 5.7 @ 30 CFM 3.0 @ 27 CFM
- Speed (RPM) 780 @ 80 CFM 975 @ 78 CFM 730, 952 @ 70 CFM 692 @ 60 CFM 938 @ 61 CFM 673, 923 @ 50 CFM 646 @ 40 CFM 902 @ 38 CFM 631 @ 30 CFM 893 @ 27 CFM
- Current (Amps) 0.09 @ 80 CFM 0.13 @ 78 CFM 0.07, 0.12 @ 70 CFM 0.06 @ 60 CFM 0.10 @ 61 CFM 0.05, 0.09 @ 50 CFM 0.04 @ 40 CFM 0.07 @ 38 CFM 0.04 @ 30 CFM 0.06 @ 27 CFM
- Power Rating (V/Hz) 120/60
- Motor Type DC
- Type of Motor Bearing Ball
- Thermal Fuse Protection Yes
- Blower Wheel Type Sirocco
- Duct Diameter (inches) 4"
- Mounting Opening (inches sq.) 10 7/8"
- Grille Size (inches sq.) 13"
- SmartAction™ Motion Sensor Yes
- High/Low Delay Timer Yes
- CustomVent™ Variable Speed Control Yes
- SmartFlow™ Optimum CFM Technology Yes
- Lamp Watts 2 x 18 watts *
- Lamp Color Rendering Index 84
- Lamp Color Temp. (Kelvin) 3500
- Lamp Rated Average Life (hrs) 10,000
Lamp Model #
- Night Light Yes
- Night Light Lamp Watts 4
- UL Listed for Tub/ Shower Enclosure Yes
- Washington State VIAQ Code Yes
- California Title 24 Compliant Yes
- Mfg in ISO 9001 Certified Facility Yes
- Energy Star Qualified Yes
- Gross Weight (lbs.) 16.3 pounds
- UPC 037988870547
FAQsFrequently asked questions about your product
Where can I order parts for my product?
You can order parts and accessories for your machine from our Parts & Accessories Department at 1-800-833-9626.
My fan doesn't seem to be as quiet as the one I saw in the show room. How can this be corrected, or is mine defective?
There are several factors that can attribute to the noise created from the ventilation fan. The best way to test your fan is to run it without the duct attached. This would isolate the fan from any possible problems in the installation. There is also a back draft damper in the adapter assembly. Also, check to ensure this is not blocked and is free moving. Keep in mind that there is usually no ducting attached to the fan in the show room. Although the fan is designed to operate very quietly, higher static pressures will increase fan noise.
I am having a problem with my Panasonic bath fan. When I turn the power off at the switch, the GFCI outlet is tripped. What can I do to fix this?
The problem you are experiencing is not likely caused by the ventilation unit. It is probably caused by the GFCI outlet itself. Try replacing the GFCI outlet either with another brand or with one that is designed for installation with a ventilation fan. Some GFCI outlets will not work with ventilation fans. We recommend contacting the manufacturer of the GFCI outlet for more information.
How do I select the right fan for a specific room size and duct length?
Please go to the URL listed below, which will display specs for Panasonic fans to help you select the right system that suits your needs. http://www.panasonic.com/business/building-products/ventilation-systems/pdf/Catalog.PDF
How can I register for the warranty of my product?
You may register your products online by clicking here. It is not necessary to submit this form in order to effectuate the limited warranty. As long as there is a copy of the receipt, your product warranty begins from the date of purchase.
Can a Panasonic fan be used over a bathtub or shower?
Yes, provided it is protected by a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI). Keep in mind, however, that any ventilation device located in a damp environment may have a reduced life due to high humidity and a potential for corrosion. Fans used in high-humidity areas should be operated for longer periods of time, to ensure the removal of moisture and to reduce the potential for condensation in the fan body or ducting.