FSP1244WR

PRIMO / AC / 120CM

El ventilador de techo PRIMO tiene un diámetro de 1220mm, adecuado para lugares con un tamaño 15/20m2. Muy silencioso, lo que lo hace ideal para dormitorios. Excelente flujo de aire (8,400m3/hora) y enfriamiento natural. Referente al motor, consta de 3 velocidades (55w | 30w | 16w).

149.00 €

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Precio total: 150€

Ahorro de energia

Ahorro de energia

Reversible verano/invierno

Reversible verano/invierno

Anclaje seguro

Anclaje seguro

Plywood

Plywood

Motor AC

Motor AC

Silencioso

Silencioso

Bombilla aparte

Bombilla aparte

Características

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  • Muy silencioso, ideal para dormitorios
  • Motor AC con rodamiento de bolas de larga duración
  • La última tecnología y diseño de ventiladores de techo
  • Anclaje seguro para techos inclinados
  • Totalmente reversible para uso en verano e invierno.
  • Garantía de 2 años

Dimensiones

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Incluye

NADA

Instalación

Debe ser instalado por un profesional

Envío

Especificaciones

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NOMBRE PRIMO
REFERENCIA FSP1244WR
POTENCIA 55w | 30w | 16w
VELOCIDADES 3
MOTOR Ac
MATERIAL Plywood
CAUDAL DE AIRE 8.900m3/hr
CONTROLADOR Mando a distancia
CONEXIÓN FÁCIL
MEDIDAS 1220mm
NÚMERO DE ASPAS 4
REVERSIBLE VERANO/INVIERNO
ANCLAJE SEGURO
LOCALIZACIÓN Interiores
VOLTAJE 220-240V~AC
FREQUENCIA 50Hz
GARANTÍA 2 años
ILUNMINACION E27
How Does Ripple Control Affect LED Lights?

A flickering LED light is the most common complaint arising from ripple control, which is generated when usually but not only when the light is dimmed and the ripple control frequency is in the line, usually between 300Hz and 1300Hz. The Flickr is often, but not always, intermittent depending on when the ripple control signals are being transmitted. It is normally at certain times i.e. 6 pm and then again at 8:30 pm and will only last for 30 seconds to 2 minutes, and when the power company stops sending the signal the flicker stops. People often notice it most acutely in the night when off-peak hot water systems are turned on. ALL brands of LED drivers are affected by these ripple control signals.

Why Doesn’t Martec have Ripple Control Filters in their LED Drivers?

Ripple control is not the norm and in many environments. While Martec does sympathise with the few customers who do experience a problem, it is not cost effective to build an Electronic Driver that rejects all ripple control frequencies given the small proportion of people affected, a cost that would have to ultimately be borne by all customers.

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