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Modern Fan / Period Arts Fan Controls
Our ceiling fans do not use conventional pull chains (with the exception of
the Industry model). When ordering your fan, you should have selected the
control that was most appropriate for your fan and electrical requirements.
Third party controls are generally compatible but must be FAN SPEED
CONTROLS with specific speed settings. Continuous, variable speed
controls or rheostats are not compatible with our fans, are likely to cause
motor noise and will void your ceiling fan warranty.
Control options are as follows:
#001- Fan Speed Control
A basic fan control used to operate a fan only, providing four
speeds. Can be used in combination with a separate light
switch/dimmer in a double-gang wall box to control a fan with
light.
#002/002ND- Three Wire Fan Speed & Light Control
Intended for operation of a fan with light. Requires
two circuits (three wires). #002 provides four speeds
and full range dimming; #002ND (for fluorescent
lights) provides three speeds and on/off switching of
light.
#003- Handheld Remote Control
Designed for independent operation of a fan and light using
only one circuit (two wires). Provides three speeds and full
range dimming (for halogen or incandescent lamps) or “on/off”
switching (for fluorescent lamps) and comes with a wall
hanging bracket.
#004- Two Wire Fan Speed & Light Control
Designed for independent operation of a fan and light using
only one circuit (two wires). Provides three speeds and full
range dimming (for halogen or incandescent lamps) or “on/off”
switching (for fluorescent lamps) and wires into wall box.
#005- Two Wire Wall Control with Remote Handset
A combination control package including our #004 Fan &
Light Control and our #003 Remote Control handset. Provides
three speeds and full range dimming (for halogen or
incandescent lamps) or “on/off” switching (for fluorescent
lamps) from wall control and compatible remote handset.
#009A/009B- Multi-Fan Speed Controls
A three speed fan control designed to control two fans
(#009A) or three to five fans (#009B) on a single circuit.
Separate control/switching of lights must be planned for if this
control is to be used for fans with lights.
Installation Instructions: With power turned off at breaker, make wire
connections from the fan to the power supply at the ceiling and from the
control to power at wall box as shown in the wiring diagrams below. Your fan
may have dedicated neutral wires for the motor (WHITE) and for the light
(ORANGE) or may have a common neutral (WHITE only). Note: For #009A
or #009B, refer to printed instructions included in control box/packaging.
#001 Wiring Diagram
Cap off BLUE wire
(unused load for light)
AC in
WHITE neutral
AC in Neutral
BLACK
to motor
AC in Load
GREEN- connect ground
wire to grounded
hanging bracket or
mounting plate
GREEN
Ground
Fan
#002 / #002ND Wiring Diagram
AC in
Cap off ORANGE*
wire if present
(unused neutral for light)
BLACK motor
ORANGE (neutral light if wire present)*
AC in Neutral
WHITE (neutral/common)
BLUE (light)
Load
BLACK/White
AC in load
BLACK (motor)
BLUE
to light
BLACK
to motor
GREEN
Ground
GREENconnect
ground wire
to grounded
hanging
bracket or
mounting
plate
Fan
#003 / #004 / #005 Wiring Diagram
AC in
AC in
Neutral
AC in
Load
ORANGE (neutral light if wire present)*
WHITE
BLACK
Green
Ground
On/Off Switch (w/ #003) or
Wall Switch (w/ #004/#005 )
WHITE
RU
BLUE
BLACK
WHITE (neutral/common)
BLUE (light)
BLACK (motor)
Receiving
Unit
GREENconnect
ground wire
to grounded
hanging
bracket or
mounting
plate
Fan
* Your fan may have dedicated neutral wires for the motor (WHITE) and for
the light (ORANGE) or may have a common neutral (WHITE only).
#003, #004 and #005 Receiving Unit Wiring Instructions:
With fan suspended from ceiling and with power off at breaker box, make
wire connections as shown below. The receiving unit sits in the ball hanging
bracket of most models as pictured (a), or in the upper portion of the fan
body in Hugger fans, Stratos, Eclipse and Pensi models (b) and (c).
WHITE
BLACK
BLUE
To Neutral(s)- White (& Orange if present)
To Motor- Black
To Light- Blue
Antenna
WHITE
to A/C Power In (Neutral)
BLACK
to A/C Power In (Load)
Receiving Unit Placement:
While there is ample room for the receiving unit as shown here, the wires
can sometimes become difficult to manage in the space available. Trimming
excess wire before making connections can ease wire management.
Tip: Splicing lighter gauge wire to the power supply and positioning the
heavier wires up into the junction box can also ease wire management.
(a)
(a)
(b)
(c)
Reminder: Any fan that uses a fluorescent lamp may not be dimmed or
operated with a dimming control. A non-dimming version of our #002
(designated by the suffix “ND”) is available for use with a fluorescent lamp.
For #003/#004/#005, see “Dimming Selection Setting” on next page.
Instructions for Setting Remote Frequency:
The #003/#004/#005 controls use a two or three component system. The
wall switch and/or handset is preset to the same frequency as the receiving
unit. You may want to change these settings if:
(a) Other RF signals or appliances are
interfering with operation of your ceiling fan.
(b) You are installing more than one fan
in close proximity, and you want to control
these fans separately.
Locate the dip switches as pictured to right, and carefully select a new
combination of “on” and “off” switches. Within 60 seconds of turning the AC
power on, press and hold down the “fan off” button for five seconds. The
receiver will then lock in the the chosen frequency. Test operation to
confirm transmitter and receiver are synced together. If using a handset
and wall switch in combination (#005) the dip switches must match.
Dimming Selection Setting (for #003/#004/#005):
Adjacent to the dip switches on the remote handset (for #003/#005) and
the wall unit (for #004/#005) as pictured above, there is a dimming
selection switch which determines whether your control will dim the light or
simply turn it on and off. Note: any fan that uses a fluorescent lamp may
not be dimmed or operated with a dimming control.
The “D” position enables the dimming function while the ”ON” position
allows for on/off switching only. Do not confuse the “ON” marking for the
dimming selection switch with the “ON” marking for the four dip switches.
When dimming is enabled, the light button on the face of the control can
be pressed and held down to progress through the dimming cycle to the
desired light level.
Other Notes and Tips:
1) Due to the electronic nature of our #003/#004/#005 controls, it is
recommended that power be turned off at the wall location during electrical
storms or during long periods of vacancy. This will limit the possibility of
damage to the electronic components in the receiving unit.
2) All controls are designed for one fan only (except #009A/009B as noted).
To control multiple fans with a single remote handset (#003) or wall switch
(#004), please consult your dealer or The Modern Fan Co. regarding the
purchase of additional receiving units.
3) #001, #002 and #009 controls are NOT compatible with the #003 remote
control.
4) Should you have any questions or difficulty installing your new fan,
please contact Modern Fan Co. customer service immediately:
MODERN FAN CO. / PERIOD ARTS FAN CO.
Customer Service
(ph) 888-588-3267 or 541-482-8545
M-F 8am - 4pm (PST)
www.modernfan.com
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