Extractor fan ECA 100 IPRO SERIES
wall-mountedceilingresidential

extractor fan
extractor fan
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Characteristics

Type
extractor
Installation
wall-mounted, ceiling
Sector
residential
Material
plastic
Location
bathroom
Air flow

78 m³/h, 92 m³/h (2,754.5 ft³/h)

Description

Article number: 0084.0200 Manufacturer: MAICO Application examples: Bathroom, WC, Storage room, Larder, Cellar ECA 100 ipro - short description Two-step small room fan, DN 100, standard model ECA 100 ipro - Product description Standard model On/off with light switch or separate switch. Operation either at level 1 or 2. Can be operated at two levels with standard double reversing switch. Speed controllable. Features Intelligently programmed small room fan for very demanding requirements. 2 performance levels. Designer cover conceals the inlet. For air extraction. VDE-GS symbol, exception: ECA 100 ipro RC / RCH VDE mark: ECA 100 RC/RCH. IP X5 degree of protection for safety in the bathroom. Protection class II. Suitable for continuous operation. Thermal overload protection. Colour: traffic white, similar to RAL 9016. Housing made of impact resistant plastic material. Motor Energy-saving robust motor with ball bearings, maintenance-free. Suitable for continuous operation. Mounting information Simplest installation as the cover can be removed with tools. Wall and ceiling installation is possible. Compatible with ECA predecessor models DN100, because screw holes and cable entry are in the same place. Electrical connection Recessed mounted electrical connection. Safety instructions All ECA 100 ipro units can be used in protection area 1 in accordance with DIN VDE 0100-701. For details, please refer to the planning instructions.

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