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- Can you use a dimmer switch on an exhaust fan?
- Can you use a light switch for an exhaust fan?
- Do you need a special switch for bathroom exhaust fan?
- What kind of switch do I need for a bathroom exhaust fan?
- Can you run a bathroom fan off a dimmer switch?
- Can bathroom fan and light be on same circuit?
- Can I use smart switch for bathroom fan?
- How many amps does a bathroom exhaust fan draw?
- Where should a bathroom fan switch be installed?
- How do you wire a bathroom fan and light switch on the same switch?
Can you use a dimmer switch on an exhaust fan?
Can a fan be connected to a dimmer switch? A bathroom fan shouldn’t be connected to a dimmer switch. The motor could start a fire even if it works for a short time.
Can you use a light switch for an exhaust fan?
If the switch is rated for the amount of current, then it should be. If you can install a new cable or pull an extra wire, you can use a device that has two switches that fit in a single gang box.
Do you need a special switch for bathroom exhaust fan?
A special type of switch that has multiple switches built into it is what most bathroom fan units need. These switches can only be used for one circuit or source of power.
What kind of switch do I need for a bathroom exhaust fan?
Don’t use a dimmer switch for lights if the fan is a small one speed bathroom fan. If it is a large ceiling fan or a variable speed fan, you need to use built fan switches, which are made by Leviton and GE.
Can you run a bathroom fan off a dimmer switch?
If you want to use a dimmer with a fan, you have to use the switch on the timer fan. The fan takes its power from the permanent live and uses a switch to tell the electronics to start the timer.
Can bathroom fan and light be on same circuit?
This is acceptable to me. Many bathroom fans include lights that will be wired to a single switch. They can be wired separately from the other switches.
Can I use smart switch for bathroom fan?
The SmartExhaust can be used to replace the bathroom fan and light switches with one smart controller and can be programmed to run the exhaust fan as much or as little as you want.
How many amps does a bathroom exhaust fan draw?
36 watt of energy is how much a bathroom fan uses. The average size and power usage of most residential bathroom fans is 120 volts and 0.2 Amp, which equates to thirty six Watts.
Where should a bathroom fan switch be installed?
It makes sense to put the switch above the door as it’s not intended to be used as often as light switches or other light switches.
How do you wire a bathroom fan and light switch on the same switch?
Use wire strippers to remove insulation from the end of the wires. Attach the black wire from the fan, the light, and the black wire from the switch to each other. The ground and white wires need to be connected the same way.