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Electronic Variable Speed Control, White, 3 amp capacity. 120V
 

Bypassing with a 70TW?

Can the 57W be wired in parallel with a 70TW for an L300KMG?
This would allow manual on/off and speed control via the 57W, but if the 70TW decided it was too warm, it would turn the fan on full-speed.

This application would require that the 57W be able to accept having full 120v appearing at "both ends".
8 months ago
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Multi-Port In-Line,Ventilator, 110 CFM, 1.0 Sone
 

How do I control the MP100 in multiple bathrooms?

I would like to use the MP100 to ventilate two bathrooms, each 50 SF. What is the recommended method of controlling from from two locations? The installation guide only gives the scenario where one ON/OFF switch is used but there should be one in each bathroom for point-of-use control.
I must respectfully disagree with customer service.
For the proposed installation (multiple bathrooms, each able to turn on the fan), simply wiring standard SPST (typical on/off, or timers) switches in *parallel* will do what you want:
(a) if *anyone* turns it on, the fan starts
(b) it won't turn off until the *last* switch has been turned off.

You will still have to educate your family, since each user will need to turn their switch "on", even if the fan is already running (otherwise it may magically turn off in the midst of their shower).
8 months ago
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