RFTH95 in by Broan in Denver, CO - Powered Attic Ventilator Automatic, Adjustable Thermostat
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Powered Attic Ventilator Automatic, Adjustable Thermostat

Broan RFTH95

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  • Type: Hood Accessories
  • Energy Star Rated: No
 
Automatic, adjustable thermostat replacement part for Broan-NuTone powered attic ventilators. Once the attic fan is installed in the attic the automatic thermostat turns the unit on and off to exhaust heat buildup. Thermostat comes preset to activate the fan at 110 degrees, start temperature can be reset within range of 60 - 120 degrees to suit your individual needs.
Amperage 15 Amps
Voltage (volts) 120 Volts

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Hood Accessories

  • Features

  • Energy Star Rated: No

Installation Guide RFTH

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