Temecula, CA, May 30, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Invisco LLC in Temecula California is a leader in whole house fans with infinitely variable speeds. In addition all Invisco systems use high performance ultra efficient EC motors (electronically commutated brushless DC motors).
Since the EC motor is easy to control Invisco was able to create an automatic speed control SmartSpeed(tm) that operates much like a thermostat. The difference is that whole house fans are not expected to be turned on automatically, but are expected to be energized by the homeowner manually so that windows can be opened before starting the whole house fan.
The SmartSpeed(tm) uses a temperature sensor similar to those in hvac thermostats. It can be programmed by the homeowner to turn off at any temperature between 65 and 80 degrees. The circuit incorporates an AC power control that disconnects the fan from power at the temperature that is preset. This prevents the fan from starting again until the homeowner has turned off the main power to reset the SmartSpeed(tm)
Wiring of the Invisco whole house fan is very easy. It comes with an AC power cord to be plugged into a switched outlet in the attic. It is equipped with a 24 VAC power source needed to supply the SmartSpeed(tm). Two wires connect the 24 VAC to the SmartSpeed(tm) which is likely to be mounted in a room or hallway. Two more wires are connected from the SmartSpeed(tm) back to the motor for the speed control. They are low voltage and low current wires.
For more information call, text or write Kurt Shafer at 951 296 3611 or kurt at invisco dot com.