Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Humidity Sensor - 100 CFM - 1.4 Sones - 4 in. Duct

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$134.85

Fan Airflow (CFM):

80 CFM
100 CFM


Product Features:

Fan
With Light
With Humidity
With Light & Humidity
Decorative
SKU: GBR100H
Brand: Delta
MPN: GBR100H
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The Delta BreezGreenBuilder GBR100H bathroom exhaust fan with humidity sensor features 100 CFM fan airflow and 1.4 sones for us in the bathrooms.This bathroom vent fan has 4 inch duct size and can be installed in the ceiling. The Delta bathroom fan is made of galvanized steel for the housing and the ABS material for the grille.

  • Energy star qualified
  • Perfectly quiet operation at less than 1.4 Sones
  • For humidity control mode, when humidity is above the user-adjustable set-point, fan runs at full speed (100 CFM). When humidity is below the set-point, the fan runs continuously at a pre-set lower level (0 or 60 CFM)
  • Adjustable humidity set points between ~50% to ~80% RH
  • Allows fan to operate in full speed mode or humidity control mode by manual switch
  • Blue and amber LED indicator lights to show humidity control and full speed modes
  • Annual energy cost for 24/7 full speed operation is approximately $13.15*
  • Hanger bars included
  • Detachable 4” diameter metal duct adapter
  • Housing is made of galvanized steel
  • HVI, UL and CUL certified and can be used to comply with ASHRAE 62.2, CA Title 24, and CALGreen requirements
  • Three year warranty

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10/2/2018 12:00:00 am

A good fan, but could be better

by Stephen B. -

Bottom line: the LED is too bright to leave the fan in auto mode all the time, the controller makes a quiet, but noticeable noise when powered up -- a note in the instructions tells you not to wire in line with a digital controller or this will occur. But my fan is not on the same series as a controller. I intended to wire the fan and leave it in standby all the time, but the status light is simply too bright to install in a connected master bath-- at night, light will enter the bedroom. The fan is quiet, but not quiet like a ceiling fan. It is much quieter than a traditional bathroom fan though. Be careful is installing in a wall, the transition from fan to ducting is close enough that you will need to modify your top plate or lower the fan to get a duct installed--less ideal for a bathroom fan that should be close to the ceiling to get the rising air. If the manufacturer made a 90 degree adapter, it would be perfect! Overall a good fan for the money. The automatic feature is nice.