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Remote Ceiling Fans
Remote controlled ceiling fans often provide significant benfits to their owners. Using a remote control, a person can start the ceiling fan without even getting up of moving acress the room. Moreover, the remote is also protable and can be moved from one location to the other. This is especially helpful if the on off button on the ceiling fan is out of reach or if teh ceiling fan is placed in a very high location. If the remote control is lost, however, most ceiling fans allow the owner to still turn it on and off using the manual switches located on the ceiling fan.

Most remote controls come with several bare minimum features allowing the user to turn the fan on and off so that they can stop it when they want to. Most remote controls also have an option for the user to reduce the spped of the fan in case it is too loud. They also often have a reverse direction feature to allow a fan to switch directions and to change the flow of the air around the room or dwelling.

Remote contols can control a lot of features on ceiling fans. Many ceiling fans have a lot of other features besides the fan speed control. Some ceiling fans come with lights on the bottom that provide lighting for a table or an area of the room. These lights can usually be turned on off, or dimmed depending on the user's preferences. The following chart summarizes some of the ceiling fan features available:

  • Start fan --- Starts the fan
  • Stop fan --- Stops the fan's roation
  • Reduce speed --- Lower the speed of the fan to the next level
  • Increase speed --- Increases the fan speed to the next level
  • Direction change --- Changes the direction of the fan's rotation
  • Dim lights --- Dims the lights associated with the fan or on the fan
  • Lights on --- Turns the lights on
  • Lights off --- Turns the lights off
  • Temp controls --- Reduces the fan speed as the temperature drops

    More advanced fan remote controls have features that allow the user to adjust the speed of the fan based on factors like time or temperature. The temperature adjustment features let the user adjust the speed of the fan so that when it cools off at night, the fan rotates more slowly, while when it becomes hot during the day, the fan speeds up to produce a flow of more cool air.




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