minkaAire MAGELLAN Instruction manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
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Minka-Aire® warrants to the original owner that this fan will be free from defects in material and workmanship for one
year from the date of purchase, excluding the motor. Minka-Aire® warrants to the original owner that the motor in this fan
shall be free from defects in material and workmanship for as long as the original purchaser owns the fan, and it remains in
the original installation.
This is a limited warranty. Minka-Aire's® only obligation under this limited warranty is to replace or repair, or refund the purchase price, in
Minka-Aire's® sole discretion without charge to the original owner, of the fan once Minka-Aire® confirms that the fan has a defect covered by this
limited warranty.
Call our customer service department at 1-800-307-3267 to obtain the name of the Minka-Aire®authorized dealer closest to your location, or
contact us through our web site, www.minkagroup.net and write to: Ask Mr. Minka if you have any questions or require further assistance.
To obtain warranty service, the owner should return the fan along with proof of purchase to a Minka-Aire® authorized dealer. The Minka-Aire®
authorized dealer shall then, at its sole discretion: repair the fan, replace the fan, refund the purchase price less the amount directly attributable to
the consumer's prior usage of the fan, or if necessary instruct the consumer to contact Minka-Aire® directly for warranty service. Minka-Aire® will be
responsible for the cost of any repair, or replacement for any warranty service provided by a Minka-Aire® authorized dealer for product under
warranty.
You may also at your preference obtain warranty service by returning the fan directly to Minka-Aire® along with proof of purchase, your name
and return address, and a description of the claimed product defect. Pack carefully; damage sustained in return transit to Minka-Aire® will be the
original owner's responsibility. Original owner shall be responsible to pay all shipping charges. To obtain warranty service, you may return a fan that
proves to be defective during the warranty period to the following address:
Minka-Aire® - Warranty Service, 1151 W. Bradford Court, Corona, CA 92882
This warranty shall not apply to fans which have been damaged in any way, including improper installation, damage as a result of the removal
of the fan from the origial installation, or damage in shipping. This warranty shall not apply to fans which have been subjected to use for which the
fan was not designed. The purchaser of the fan shall be responsible for any cost of removing the old fan, installing a new fan, or any other costs.
This limited warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties. This limited warranty excludes all incidental and consequential damages, and
Minka-Aire® shall not under any circumstances be liable for incidental or consequential damages. Some States do not allow the exclusion of or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the foregoing limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from State to State. We encourage you to promptly
complete and return the enclosed warranty registration card. However, return of the warranty registration card is not a condition of this warranty.
Date Purchased
Store Purchased
Model Number
F579-L
Serial Number
SAFETY RULES.................................................................................... 1
BLADE INSTALLATION........................................................................... 8
PACKAGE CONTENTS..................................................................... 2
INSTALLING THE LIGHT KIT................................................................ 9
INSTALLING THE FAN.....................................................................3
OPERATING THE REMOTE CONTROL/WALL CONTROL.......10
HANGING THE FAN......................................................................... 4
CARE OF YOUR FAN...............................................................................11
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS....................................................... 5
TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................ 12
INSTALLING THE WALL TRANSMITTER.................................6
SPECIFICATIONS.....................................................................................13
FINISHING THE INSTALLATION................................................ 7
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CONTENTS
1
SAFETY RULES
1. Before you begin installing the fan, shut power off at the circuit breaker of the fuse box.
2. Be cautious! Read all instructions and safety information before installing your new fan. Review accompanying assembly diagrams.
3. Make sure that all electrical connections comply with local codes, ordinances, or National Electrical Codes. Hire a qualified electrician or consult a
do-it-yourself wiring handbook if you are unfamiliar with installing electrical wiring.
4. Make sure the installation site you choose allows the fan blades to rotate without any obstructions. Allow a minimum clearance of 7 feet from the
floor and 18 inches from the tip of the blades to the wall.
5. If you are mounting the fan to a ceiling fan outlet box, use a U.L. Listed metal octagonal outlet box marked "Acceptable for Fan Support". Secure the
box directly to the building structure. The outlet box and its support must be able to support the moving weight of the fan (at least 50 pounds) Do
not use a plastic box.
6. Caution: To reduce the risk of injury use only the screws provided with the outlet box in conjunction with the lock washers provided with the fan.
7. If you are mounting the fan to a joist, make sure it is able to support the moving weight of the fan (at least 50 pounds).
8. After you install the fan, make sure that all mounting components are secured to prevent the fan from falling.
9. Do not insert anything into the fan blades while the fan is operating.
SUITABLE FOR USE IN
10. Turn the fan off and wait for the blades to stop completely before performing any maintenance or cleaning.
WET LOCATIONS
11. Suitable for use in Wet Locations when installed in a GFCI Protected Branch Circuit.
ATTENTION: The Energy Policy Act of 2005 requires this fan to be equipped with a 190 watt limiting device. If lamping exceeds 190 watts, the
ceiling fan's light kit will shut off automatically.
NOTE: The important safeguards and instructions appearing in this manual are not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may
occur. It must be understood that common sense, caution and care are factors which can not be built into this product. These factors must be
supplied by the person (s) installing, caring for and operating the unit.
NOTE: READ AND SAVE ALL INSTRUCTIONS!
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR OTHER PERSONAL INJURY, MOUNT FAN ONLY TO A U.L. LISTED OUTLET BOX OR SUPPORTING SYSTEM MARKED
ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT AND USE MOUNTING SCREWS PROVIDED WITH THE OUTLET BOX IN CONJUCTION WITH THE LOCK WASHERS PROVIDED WITH THE
FAN. MOST OUTLET BOXES COMMONLY USED FOR FAN SUPPORT OF LIGHTING FIXTURES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT AND NEED TO BE REPLACED.
CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IF IN DOUBT.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, DO NOT BEND THE BLADE HOLDERS WHILE INSTALLING, BALANCING THE BLADES OR CLEANING THE FAN. DO NOT
INSERT FOREIGN OBJECTS BETWEEN ROTATING FAN BLADES.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS WITH ANY SOLID-STATE SPEED CONTROL DEVICE.
2
PACKAGE CONTENTS
2
8
Unpack your fan and check the contents.
You should have the following items:
1.
2.
3.
4a.
4b.
Fan blades (5)
Hanger bracket
Canopy
Standard downrod assembly
Minimum-length downrod (for close
to ceiling mounting only)
5. Coupling cover
6. Fan motor/housing assembly
7. Blade holders (5)
8. Light kit assembly
9. Optional Switch Cup Cover
10a. Wall transmitter Incl. 2 mounting
screws and 3 wire nuts
10b. Wall plate w/2 mounting screws
11.
12.
13.
14.
3
Receiver with 6 wire nuts
100 Watt halogen bulb
Extra Wall Plate w/2 Mounting screws
Balancing kit
A. Mounting hardware:
#10 x 2.5" Wood screws (2 PCs.)
#8 x 3/4" Machine screws (2 PCs.)
Lock washers (2 PCs.)
4mm Star washers (2 PCs.)
Wire nuts (3 PCs. )
Washers (2 PCs.)
B. 3-16" x 11mm screws with washers (21
pcs.)
C. Downrod Rubber Cover
1
9
4a
4b
5
10a
10b
11
6
A
12
B
13
7
14
C
Tools Required: Phillips screw driver; slotted screw driver; step-ladder; wire cutters; electrical tape.
MOUNTING OPTIONS
If there isn't an existing mounting box, then read the following instructions. Disconnect the
power by removing fuses or turning off circuit breakers.
Secure the outlet box directly to the building structure. Use appropriate fasteners and building
materials. The outlet box and its support must be able to fully support the moving weight of
the fan (at least 50 lbs.). Use a UL Listed metal outlet box. Do not use a plastic outlet box.
Figure 1, 2 and 3 are examples of different ways to mount the outlet box.
INSTALLING THE FAN
OUTLET
BOX
CROSS BRACE
OUTLET BOX
CEILING JOIST OR
CROSS BRACE
CEILING
jOIST
FIG. 2
FIG. 1
ANGLED CEILING
MAXIMUM 29 ANGLE
Note: You may need a longer downrod to maintain proper blade clearance when installing on a
steep, sloped ceiling. Longer downrods are available from your Minka-Aire® dealer.
To hang your fan where there is an existing fixture but no ceiling joist, you may need to install
a hanger bar as shown in Fig. 4 (available at your Minka-Aire® dealer).
PARALLEL WOOD BRACE
(MIN. 2" THICK)
CEILING
JOIST
RECESSED
OUTLET BOX
FIG. 3
PROVIDE
STRONG
SUPPORT
HANGER
OPENING
must be
FACING
UPSIDE
HANGER BAR
(OPTIONAL)
OUTLET BOX
FIG. 4
CEILING
JOIST
HANGER
BRACKET
3
4
HANGING THE FAN
WARNING: All of the parts, hardware and components such as the
hanger bracket and hanger ball have been provided for your safety and
the proper installation of your new ceiling fan. The use of other parts,
hardware or components not supplied by Minka Aire® with the fan will
void the Minka Aire® Warranty.
REMEMBER to turn off the power. Follow the steps below to hang your
fan properly:
Step 1. Secure the Hanger Bracket to the ceiling outlet box using the
screws provided with your outlet box in conjunction with the
lock-washers provided with the fan. (Fig. 5)
Step 2. Loosen the two Set Screws and remove the Hitch Pin and Lock Pin
from the coupling located on the top of the Motor Assembly. (Fig. 6)
Step 3. Remove the Hanger Ball from the Downrod Assembly by
loosening the Set Screw and removing the Cross Pin. (Fig. 7)
Step 4. Carefully feed fan wires up through the downrod. (Fig. 8) Thread
Downrod into the Coupling until the holes are lined up and secure with
the Lock Pin and Hitch Pin previously removed, tighten Set Screws. (Fig. 9)
Step 5. Slip the Coupling Cover overb the Downrod, carefully align the
Coupling Cover access window to the slide Reverse Switch button. Next
slip the Canopy over the Downrod and allow it to rest over the Coupling
Cover. (Fig. 9) NOTE: When installing the coupling cover onto motor collar,
be sure the arrow markings on the collar cover and revise swith are
aligned. Then connect the ground wires from coupling cover and motor.
Step 6. Place downrod rubber cover onto the hanger ball. (Fig. 9)
Step 7. Now lift motor assembly into position and place hanger ball into
hanger bracket. Rotate until the check groove has dropped into the
registration slot and seats firmly. (Fig. 10) Rod should not rotate if this is
done correctly.
DOWNROD
RUBBER COVER
OUTLET BOX
DOWNROD
CROSS PIN
DOWNROD
SET SCREWS
HITCH
PIN
LOCK
PIN
HANGER
BALL
SET SCREW
SUPPLY
WIRES
*OMIT COUPLING
COVER WHEN USING
THE MINIMUM-LENGTH
DOWNROD
CANOPY
REGISTRATION
SLOT
REVERSE SWITCH
SET SCREWS
DOWNROD
GROUND WIRES
HANGER BRACKET
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Fig. 10
Fig. 8
LOCK PIN
Fig. 9
HITCH PIN
5
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
WARNING: To avoid possible electrical shock be sure electricity is
turned off at the main fuse or breaker box before wiring.
NOTE: The Aire Control® System is equipped with a learning frequency
function which has 256 code combinations to prevent potential
interference from other remote units. The frequency on your Receiver
and Transmitter units have been preset at the factory. (Fig. 11) No
frequency change is necessary, should you desire to install another fan
within the same home or area with a seperate frequency code please
see the "frequency interference" troubleshooting section of this
instruction manual to learn how to change the frequency.
Step 1. Insert Receiver into Hanger Bracket with the flat side of the
Receiver facing the ceiling. (Fig. 12)
Step 2. Motor to Receiver Electrical Connections: Connect the WHITE
wire from the fan to the WHITE wire marked "TO MOTOR N" from the
Receiver. Connect the BLACK wire from the fan to the BLACK wire
marked "TO MOTOR L" from the Receiver. Connect the BLUE wire from
the fan to the BLUE wire marked "For Light" from the Receiver.
NOTE: If your ceiling fan features an UP Light: Connect the ORANGE wire
from the fan to the ORANGE wire marked "For Up Light" from the
Receiver. Otherwise disregard this step and proceed to secure all wire
connections with the plastic wire nuts provided. (Fig. 13 & 14)
Note: Fan must be installed at a maximum distance of 40 feet from the
transmitting unit for proper signal transmission between the
transmitting unit and the fan's receiving unit.
Step 3. Receiver to House Supply Wires Electrical Connections:
Connect the WHITE wire (Neutral) from the outlet box to the WHITE
wire marked "AC in N" from the receiver. Connect the BLACK wire
(Hot) from the outlet box to the BLACK wire marked "AC in L" from the
receiver. Secure all wire connections with the plastic wire nuts
provided. (Fig. 13 & 14)
Step 4. If your outlet box has a GROUND wire (Green or Bare Copper)
connect this wire to the Hanger Ball and Hanger Bracket Ground
wires. If your outlet box does not have a Ground Wire, then connect
the Hanger Ball and Hanger Bracket Ground Wires together. Secure
wire connection with the plastic wire nut provided. (Fig. 13 & 14)
After all splices are made, check to make sure there are no loose
strands. As an additional precaution we suggest to secure the plastic
wire connectors to the wires with electrical tape.
RECEIVER
HANGER BRACKET
Fig. 11
Fig. 12
WHITE
AC SUPPLY
BLACK
BLUE (FOR LIGHT)
BLACK (MOTOR)
ORANGE
(FOR UPPER LIGHT)
BLACK
BLACK
BLUE
BLACK
WHITE
ORANGE
Fig. 13
GROUND
Fig. 14
GREEN
WHITE
GROUND
ORANGE
BLUE
BLACK
WHITE ("TO MOTOR N")
GROUND- (CONNECT TO
(GREEN) GROUND WIRE ON
HANGER BRACKE
IF NO HOUSE
GROUND WIRE
EXISTS.)
WHITE (NEUTRAL)
BLACK
ORANGE
(FOR UPPER LIGHT)
GREEN
BLUE (FOR LIGHT)
WALL
CONTROL
BLACK ("TO MOTOR L")
BLACK
RECEIVER
WHITE
BLACK ("AC IN L")
WHITE (NEUTRAL)
GREEN OR BARE
COPPER (GROUND)
WHITE ("AC IN N")
BLACK
BLACK (HOT)
INPUT
AC120V
OUTLET BOX
INSTALLING THE WALL TRANSMITTER
WARNING! HOOK UP "IN SERIES" ONLY. DO NOT CONNECT NEUTRAL SUPPLY WIRE OF
ELECTRIC CIRCUIT TO THE TRANSMITTER WALL SWITCH, DAMAGE TO THE
TRANSMITTER WALL SWITCH AND POSSIBLE FIRE COULD OCCUR.
Step 1. Remove the existing wall plate and switch from the wall outlet box.
Step 2. Make the electrical connections as shown in Fig.14. If your outlet box has a ground
wire (Green or Bare Copper) connect the Transmitter's ground wire directly to one of the
screws from the outlet box . Secure all wire connections with the plastic wire nuts
provided.
Step 3. Carefully tuck the wire connections inside the outlet box. Use the screws provided
to secure the wall transmitter and wall plate to the outlet box. (Fig. 15)
NOTE: Your Aire Control™ System includes two sets of face and decorative plate color
options. The wall control comes with standard white faceplate attached. If you desire to
replace it with the Ivory color faceplate included, use a small flat screw driver and gently
pry it apart from the top or bottom of the plate.
Fig. 15
6
7
FINISHING THE INSTALLATION
Step 1. Slide the canopy up to the ceiling and over the two screws on hanger bracket. Rotate
canopy clockwise until it stop, tighten screws. (Fig.16)
OUTLET BOX
HANGER
BRACKET
HANGER
BALL
CANOPY
Fig. 16
BLADE INSTALLATION
Step 1. (Fig. 17) Insert the Blade into the Blade Bracket,
the side shank of the Blade Bracket should be
positioned parallel to the edge under the curvature of
the Blade. Align all three holes and secure with the three
screws previously removed. CAUTION: Tighten Screws
with a Screw Driver by Hand, Over- tightening with an
Electric Screw Driver Could Damage the Blades.
Step 2. (Fig. 17) Slide the Blade Bracket / Blade assembly
into the shank and align the hole, securely tighten with
the screw previously removed. Repeat process from
steps 1 and 2 with the other Blade Bracket/Blades.
MOTOR HOUSING
BLADE HOLDER
SCREWS
BLADE
SCREWS
MOTOR HOUSING SHANK
Fig 17
8
9
INSTALLING THE LIGHT KIT
WARNING: Shut off the power supply before removing or replacing lamp. In handling of halogen bulb, care should be taken not to touch it with
your bare hands. Oil residue will shorten the life of the halogen bulb. If you accidentally come into contact, wipe thoroughly with a clean, lint-free,
cotton cloth. Allow the bulb to cool for 10 minutes before changing the bulb. Use light bulb in accordance with the fan's specification. DO NOT
EXCEED THE MAXIMUM WATTAGE RATING.
ATTENTION: The Energy Policy Act of 2005 requires this fan to be equipped with a 190 watt limiting device. If lamping exceeds 190 watts, the
ceiling fan's light kit will shut off automatically.
Step 1. Install halogen bulb by screwing it clockwise into bulb socket. (Fig 18)
Step 2. (Fig. 18) Place the Light Kit over the bulb and against the bottom of the Motor Assembly. Be careful not to damage the bulb as you place the
bulb diffuser over it. Align the three alignment nuts from the Light Kit to the three keyed openings from the Motor Assembly, press the Light Kit
upwards at the same time you turn it clockwise until it locks in place.
NOTE; Follow the steps below if you decide to use the Switch Cup Cover instead of the Light Kit.
Step 3. (Fig. 19) Remove the two screws from the bulb socket, unplug the two wires from the bulb socket and remove it from the Motor Assembly.
Save bulb socket, screws and Light Kit for later use if desired.
Step 4. (Fig. 19) Place the Switch Cup cover against the Motor Assembly. Align the three alignment nuts from the Switch Cup Cover to the three
keyed openings from the Motor Assembly, press the Switch Cup Cover upwards at the same time you turn it clockwise until it locks in place.
BULB SOCKET
HALOGEN BULB
SCREWS
LIGHT KIT
SWITCH HOUSING
COVER
BULB DIFFUSER
Fig. 18
Fig. 19
10
OPERATING THE REMOTE CONTROL/WALL CONTROL
Remote Control only: Install a A23 12 volt battery (included). To prevent damage to transmitter remove the battery if not used for long periods of time.
instructions apply to ceiling fans that feature a DOWN D. OFF-ON Slide Button (Wall Control Fans Only)
light ( button) only or ceiling fans that feature an UP This button turns the power Off and On to the Fan and
A.
Buttons:
light ( button) and a DOWN light ( button) that are Light(s).
These buttons are used to set the fan speeds as follows; controlled independent of each other;
E.
Button: (Full Function Remote Control Units Only)
= Low Speed
This button is used to change the direction of the
= Medium Speed
Press and release the button for the desired light to turn rotation of the blades; forward for warm weather or
= High Speed
the light ON or OFF. Press and hold the button to set the reverse for warm weather.
desired light brightness. The light will cycle between
B. Button:
bright and dim settings as long as the button is pressed. NOTE: If your Remote Control or Wall Control does not
This button turns the fan off.
The light key has an automatic auto-resume feature that have a "
" button, Please look for a slide reverse
C.
Button:
allows the light to remain at the same brightness as the switch on the motor housing.
These buttons turn the light ON or OFF and also control last time it was turned off.
the brightness settings of the light. The following
Restore Power to Ceiling Fan.
Speed settings for warm or cold weather
depend on factors such as room size, ceiling
height and number of fans.
NOTE: to change the direction of the rotation of
the blades the fan must be in operation mode.
Warm Weather (forward)
A DOWNWARD airflow creates a cooling effect
as shown in Figure 20. This allows you to set
your air conditioner on a warmer setting
without affecting your comfort.
Cool Weather (Reverse)
An UPWARD airflow moves warmer air off the
ceiling area as shown in Figure 21. This allows
you to set your heating unit on a cooler setting
without affecting your comfort.
WINTER OPERATION
SUMMER OPERATION
Fig 20
Fig 21
11
CARE OF YOUR FAN
Here are some suggestions to help maintain your fan.
1. Because of the fan's natural movement some connections may become
loose. Check the support connections, brackets and blade attachments
twice a year. Make sure they are secure. (It is not necessary to remove
fan from the ceiling).
2. Clean your fan periodically to help maintain its new appearance over
the years. Use only a soft brush or lint free cloth to avoid scratching the
finish. Plated finishes are sealed with lacquer to minimize discoloration
or tarnishing. Do not use water when cleaning, this could damage the
motor, wood blades or possibly cause an electrical shock.
3. If your fan is provided with wood veneer blades; you can apply a light
coat of furniture polish for additional protection and enhanced beauty.
Cover small scratches with a light application of shoe polish.
4. Use a lint free lightly damp cloth or duster to remove dust from
the blades.
5. There is no need to oil your fan. The motor has permanently lubricated
bearings.
6. If your fan is provided with glass shades, clean with lukewarm soapy water
and a soft cloth or sponge. DO NOT IMMERSE GLASS SHADES IN HOT WATER.
DO NOT PUT GLASS SHADES INTO AN AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER.
WARNING!
MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF AT THE
ELECTRICAL PANEL BOX BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT
ANY REPAIRS. REFER TO THE SECTION,
"ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS".
TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
Fan will not start
SYMPTOM
Fan Sounds Noisy
SOLUTION
Check to make sure the wall switch is turned on.
SOLUTION
Allow a 24-hour "break in" period. Most noises associated with a new
fan will go away during this time.
Check circuit fuses or breakers.
Caution! Make sure the power is turned off before performing the
following steps.
Make sure the screws that attach the fan blade holder to the motor
hub is tight.
Remove canopy and check wire connections.
Make sure outlet box is secured to building structure, if necessary
use the wood screws provided to further secure outlet box to joist.
Check wall control transmitter connections (if applicable).
Make sure hanger bracket is secure to the outlet box, screws are
tight.
Note: Fan must be installed at a maximum distance of 40 feet from
the transmitting unit for proper signal transmission between the
transmitting unit and the fan's receiving unit.
12
SYMPTOM
Fan Wobble
SOLUTION
NOTE: All blade sets are grouped by weight. Because wood and
plastic blades vary in density, the fan may wobble even though
blades are matched.
Make sure outlet box is secured to building structure, if necessary
use the wood screws provided to further secure outlet box to joist.
Make sure hanger bracket is secure to the outlet box, screws are
tight.
Use the balancing kit provided if the wobble is excessive (follow
instructions included with balancing kit)
SYMPTOM
Lights shut off and will not come back on.
SOLUTION
This unit is equipped with a wattage limiting device. Lamping in
excess of 190 watts will disable your ceiling fan’s light kit. To reset
your light kit you must turn the power off and re lamp, keeping the
wattage under 190 watts. Restore power to your ceiling fan and
continue normal operation.
SYMPTOM
Fans/Light Turn On and Off Unexpectedly
SOLUTION
This is caused by interference, Please see "Frequency interference" for
steps to change the frequency.
SYMPTOM
Frequency Interference
SOLUTION
1. Turn the power off to your ceiling fan.
2. Please use a small size tool to change the frequency settings on the control system.
3. Return power to the unit.
Note: After the AC power is on, do not press any other button on the transmitter before pressing the "Stop" button, doing so will cause the
procedure to fail.
4. Within 60 seconds of turning the Fan's AC power ON. Press the transmitter's "Stop" button and hold the "Stop¡" button for 10 seconds.
5. Once the receiver has detected the set frequency, the down light of your fan if applicable will blink twice. (there is no indication if your fan is not
equipped with a light).
6. The receiver has now learn the frequency which has been selected on the transmitter. After completing the steps above, you should be able to
operate the ceiling fan and light. If the fan is not responding to the transmitter, please turn the power off to the receiver, and repeat the process.
13
SPECIFICATIONS
These are typical readings. Your actual fan may vary.
They do not include amps and wattage used by the
light(s).
Fan Size
60"
Speed Volts Amps Watts RPM CFM
120
Low
Medium 120
120
High
0.35
0.48
0.54
17
41
68
62
110
135
1400
4800
6200
For any additional information about your
Minka Aire Ceiling fan, please write to;
R
1151 W. Bradford Court, Corona, CA 92882
For Customer Assistance Call: 1-800-307-3267
N.W.
G.W.
C.F.
13.15
kgs
15.4
kgs
3.45'