Natural Light Solar Attic Fan Review – Cooling Your Home With Solar Power

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Natural Light Solar Attic Fan Review – Cooling Your Home With Solar Power

If you are planning to use solar power system for your home, you have to figure out how many electrical appliances and lighting fixtures will be drawing power from the system. Obviously, when you have more equipment using solar energy, you will experience a reduction in your home utility bills.

The effectiveness of your residential solar system is limited by the size of the power inverter and the battery bank. If you need more power, you have to get a bigger inverter and add more battery units.

There is another way you can use solar power to reduce your home energy consumption. It is by using a solar powered ventilation fan.

One of the top solar ventilation fans available in the market is from Natural Light. I’ve located one from Amazon.com and decided to do a quick review about it.

The attic fan from Natural Light is made from one piece heavy gauge stamped aluminum body with no seams. This is great because it reduces the chance of water leakage during raining days.

The heart of the entire unit, the DC motor is powered by a 10 watt Photovoltaic (PV) panel from BP Solar. The solar panel can be adjusted from flat up to 45 degree to get the best angle to receive sun light. If needed, it can also be detached and mounted remotely to get the optimum sun expose.

The solar attic fan is capable of moving up to 850 cubic feet of air per minute. For every 1200 square feet of attic space, you will need to install 1 attic fan.

Size wise, the unit is 27.2 x 27.2 x 11.5 inches and weighs 45 pound. Natural Lights also offers 25 years manufacturer warranty on the attic fan housing, solar panel and the fan motor. The system is guaranteed to last a long time!

The entire kit is selling at $337.00 from Amazon.com. To purchase the attic fan, click here.

Homemade Solar Power System

One way of reducing the cost of a home solar power system is to build it via a Do It Yourself (DIY) approach. However, before you begin the project, it is best you acquire some knowledge on electrical wiring and solar technology.

If you are looking for a good home solar system guide, check out Ben Ford’s Homemade Energy Guide e-book. It comes with comprehensive information bundled with step by step High Definition (HD) instructional videos. For more information, read the review of Homemade Energy Guide in this blog.

By | 2012-07-28T09:04:01+00:00 April 30th, 2010|Home Solar Guides|0 Comments

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