Natural Light Solar Attic Fan Accessories and Additional Parts
Thermal Snap Switch Automatically Shuts Off Fan
The thermal snap switch is a small device which attaches to the attic fan motor designed to turn on the Natural Light Solar Attic Fan when the temperature in the attic reaches approximately 80°F. The thermal switch will turn off the motor when the temperature in the attic reaches 70°F.
NEW! Fire Safety Cutoff Switch
The optional Fire Safety Cutoff Switch is specially designed to help stop the spread of house attic fires during daytime fan operation by shutting down the fan. The switch features a fusible link that will melt at 228 degrees Fahrenheit to limit the introduction of fresh air that would otherwise help feed the fire. It is easily installed alone or in conjunction with the Natural Light Thermal Switch.
The attic fan assembly is installed on the shady side of the roof and connected to the remote solar panel installed on the sunny side. How remote solar panel works diagram
Remote Solar Panel For Shady Roofs
A remote solar panel is used in applications where there is limited sunshine available to the location where the solar attic fan needs to been installed. The remote panel is installed away from the attic fan assembly in a sunny area, capturing the maximum amount of sunlight and therefore achieving optimal attic fan performance.
Tile Roof Flashing Skirt
Most solar attic fan installations on tile roofs need an additional flashing skirt. The custom designed flashing skirt is installed over the solar attic fan flashing to ensure a weather-tight installation. The steps to install a solar attic fan on tile roofs are slightly different than a standard installation.